Terror “Live By The Code” Album Review

 Terror, a hardcore punk band hailing from Los Angeles, isn’t like any ordinary hardcore band. They have a unique sound that could draw in a new fan who never listened to them before without a problem. This talented quintet work well together and have made numerous records prior to their newest album, Live By The Code, which are awesome and I highly suggest you give them a listen. This album starts off with a track called “The Most High” which has heavy riffs in the intro that lead into powerful vocals with meaningful lyrics; “from the broken home I was thrown straight into this world, the times were hard I felt lost without a lot of hope.” Terror features killer riffs throughout the album that sound so clean and yet rough. With the next track, “Not Impressed,” you will be in fact impressed by the fast paced beats from the drums followed by the fast strums of the guitars that flow together perfectly. There are so many kids who will definitely dance their butts off in the pit for sure, not only to “Not Impressed,” but this whole album. Terror have captured the ability to write and record material that is quality and sounds great. “Live By The Code,” the title track from the album, starts off powerful and moving. This song will be one of the songs off the album, along with “I’m Only Stronger,” and “Hard Lessons,” that will make you want to dance. It might even make you want to get in the pit, be rowdy, get all sweaty and just have the time of your life. With heavy guitar riffs and fast paced beats from the drum, the whole crowd goes crazy while Terror plays their hearts out. Live By The Code has potential to be a great album just like one of my favorites, Keepers Of The Faith, but both albums are equally amazing.

Be sure to pick up Live By The Code and catch Terror on tour with Lamb of God!

-Frankie V.


5/16- Asheville, NC @ the Orange Peel

5/17- Chattanooga, TN @ Track 29

5/18- Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works

5/20- Columbia, MO @ the Blue Note

5/22- Boulder, CO @ Boulder Theater

5/23- Salt Lake City, UT @ In the Venue

5/24- Garden City, ID @ Revolution Center

5/25- Reno, NV @ Knitting Factory

5/26- Ventura, CA @ Majestic Ventura Theater

5/28- Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theatre

5/29- Anaheim, CA @ City National Grove of Anaheim

5/31- Chico, CA @ Senator Theatre

6/01- Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater

6/02- Kennewick, WA @ Toyota Ice Arena

6/03- Missoula, MT @ Wilma Theater

6/04- Billings, MT @ Shrine Auditorium

6/06- Fargo, ND @ Concert Hall at the Venue

6/07- Madison, WI @ Orpheum Theatre

6/08- Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre

6/09- Wichita, KS @ the Cotillion

6/10- Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom




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