TERROR: Video Interview With NICK JETT Posted Online

A video interview with drummer Nick Jett of the Los Angeles hardcore/metal act TERROR conducted by AngryNY.com can be viewed below.

TERROR recently inked a deal with Century Media Records. The group's third full-length album, "The Damned, The Shamed", is scheduled for release on June 10. The CD was produced by Zeuss (HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL) and is "sure to please the band's diehard fanbase, while garnering a new legion of young maniacal supporters," according to a press release.

As synonymous as the band has become with stellar live shows, records like "Lowest of the Low", "One with the Underdogs" and "Always the Hard Way" have earned TERROR a reputation for consistency. No matter what the circumstances, Vogel has surrounded himself with talent rich in passion. A DIY attitude has often been a common bond between band members, and the current line-up is no exception. New guitarist Martin Stewart made invaluable contributions to the purist, no-B.S. approach heard on DONNYBROOK's "Lions In This Game", Doug Weber (guitar) and Nick Jett (drums) have been with the band from the start, and Jonathan Buske (bass) gave "Always the Hard Way" an effective lumbering beat.

TERROR's latest EP, "Rhythm Amongst The Chaos", was released on October 30, 2007 through Reaper Records. This EP includes four new songs and one definitive cover song with a guest vocal appearance from Vinnie Paz of JEDI MIND TRICKS.


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