TERROR To Release 'Rhythm Amongst The Chaos' In October
"Rhythm Amongst the Chaos", the new TERROR EP, is set for release October 30 through Reaper Records. This EP will include four new songs and one definitive cover song with a guest vocal appearance from Vinnie Paz of JEDI MIND TRICKS. Reaper Records will also exclusively release an impressive gatefold layout for the 7" vinyl. The album was recorded at drummer Nick Jett's studio, Blood Tracks, in between two major tours.
TERROR has always been a band known for holding true to their grassroots hardcore ethics. So when indie-hardcore label owner Patrick Kitzel approached the band about releasing a one-off EP through Reaper Records, TERROR jumped at the idea. "Scott and I have been friends for fifteen years and worked together with all of his prior bands," says Kitzel. "When the idea presented itself to do an EP for the love of the cause, it was a quick decision on who would be putting it out!"
Following the release of their new EP, TERROR will be hitting the road with metal heavyweights CHIMAIRA, KATAKLYSM and DIVINE HERESY.
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