One With The Underdogs [Explicit]

June 26, 2007 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: June 26, 2007
  • Release Date: June 26, 2007
  • Label: Trustkill
  • Copyright: (C) 2004 Trustkill Records
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  • Total Length: 32:30
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001OB0QYE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,972 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

It is a great hardcore cd that anyone who likes real hardcore is sure to appreciate.
P. Cotten
Terror is actually pretty typical...signed to trustkill along with 90 percent of the metal/hardcore act worth listening to.
punklover
Terror is my favorite band in the world...........and this is the best CD in the world.
Tyler Bloom

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By merchkid on March 27, 2005
Format: Audio CD
this album is sick. thats all you need to know
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joseph St Germain Jr. on March 2, 2006
Format: Audio CD
(...)Every so called "hardcore" band you listed is nothing but metal, or metal-core (...). Anyway, this is real hardcore, even if you don't like the whole tough guy attitude these guys carry, the songs have a very positive feel( as do the lyrics, read between the lines people). It has the sing alongs, the breakdowns( for all you mosher kids) and the hooks to make up a very real hardcore release. If you get the chance, see them live, awsome show. Really nice guys too. A great album from a great bunch of guys who try( and succeed) to pay tribute to the bands before them, while paving a path for the new generation of hardcore.
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Terror, along with Ringworm, is making some of the angriest hardcore out these days but their

paths are starting to stray a bit. While the latest Ringworm "Justice Replaced By Revenge" is

faster and deadlier than anything they've even done, Terror has decided to shed a bit of their non-

stop attack in favor of bigger breakdowns and a slower, more menacing metallic growl. That's

not to say this isn't first and foremost a hardcore record. There are still plenty of fast paced cuts

here that would leave ordinary hardcore bands gasping for air but nothing that approaches the

sheer ferocity of their debut.

Instead they've managed to steer the focus of the songs into the breakdowns. While not as

complex or intricately timed as a lot of the metalcore acts out today, they never the less manage

to pulverize you with their simple brutality. My only gripe is they are a bit too simple, like they were

purposely going for a more stripped down sound. The songs here, while punishing in their own

right, are almost devoid of the double bass drums which frequented their last album. Seems like

a bit of a contradiction to go in a more metallic route but ditch one of the mainstays of the genre.

Personally I think a little more double bass would have made these songs even angrier but they

probably drew the ire of hardcore purists on their last record so they decided to tone it down this

record. Of course they probably still managed to disappoint them by busting out straight up metal

riffs like the centerpiece on "Spit My Rage" which would be comfortable on any Slayer record.
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As the sticker on the front of this album implies, Terror take pride in the fact that they're making straight up, no holds barred, trend proof hardcore for the kids that love it. And I'd be lying if I said this album wasn't no holds barred.

From the very first track to the end of the album, you're gonna get pummeled by straight forward, no bulls*it hardcore tunes sounding like a cross between old school Hatebreed and Madball. Vocalist Scott Vogel's shout actually brings to mind Jamey Jasta, who does guest vocals on a track on this album, as does Madball's singer and Danny Diablo.

The songs are for the most part fast, but occasionally Terror switch it up and go into a breakdown. If you're a fan of hardcore just for the breakdowns, you could probably skip this album, as Terror are more a fast paced-hardcore band than a band with heavy emphasis on breakdowns.

The lyrics are about being strong, taking no s*it and standing up for what you believe in. The guitars are grinding, downtuned and heavy as hell. The drums are just powerful. So if you're a fan of good ol' hardcore, pick this album up, as it satisfies for the most part, but near the end of the album it gets a bit tiring and starts to all sound alike, which is why I brought the rating down to 4. But other than that, Terror have made an album worthy of the hype and I'll be in the pit for 'em at Sounds of the Underground this year!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By king beagley on February 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
terror far surpasses anything that pro-pain has put out. as a matter of fact, when terror is on at their hardest, pro-pain is just a dot in their rear-view mirror. i give this 5 thumbs up!
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terror was the direct support act on the heavyweights of hardcore tour w/hatebreed so i thought i had heard enough screaming with the three previous bands.terror took the stage and i thought i was going to die.if the other bands were heavy, terror was colossal.man the lead singer scott was so intense i thought he was gonna bust a blood vessel or something on stage.they played a really intense set withs oem amazing musicianship so i picked up the cd.better than expected, even better than their llive show."keep your mouth shut" is so freakin good i just dont know what to say.the whole album blends into itself, nearly 35 minutes of in your face blowing up and throwing things across the room.the guitar work is really choppy and reminds me alot of what sevendust could sound like if they went screamcore.terror has alot of potential to be the next princes of the genre and i suggest you pick this one up before you too become "one with the underdogs."
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By punklover on August 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Terror is actually pretty typical...signed to trustkill along with 90 percent of the metal/hardcore act worth listening to. But what makes Terror such an enjoyable band is that they take their "tough guy hardcore" and do it well, very well i might add. The breakdowns are plenty and raw and the screaming is confident. To give names, it kinda sounds like the new Donnybrook album and somewhat like Madball. I was pleased.
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