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Long standing members of the Terror army include super-sized guitarist Doug Weber and fully inked drummer Nick Jett, both of whom served time in First Blood. The band have just experienced a royal re-shuffling with second guitarist Frank Novinec joining Hatebreed and bassist Carl Schwartz devoting his full energies to First Blood. Joining the band in their stead is Martin Stewart of Donnybrook on second guitar and Jonathan Buske who has played with Another Victim, The Promise and Rag Men.
Trustkill Records, indie label powerhouse who had actually released albums by Vogels previous band Despair came calling and in fall 2004, Terror released its debut full-length "One With The Underdogs" on the label. Well exceeding the promise hinted on Lowest Of The Low, the full-length was well-paced but unrelenting half hour of powerful anthems and secured with guest appearances from such friends as Freddy Cricien of Madball, Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed and Lord Ezac of Skarhead. Media outlets everywhere proclaimed the bands merits and featured them from MTV Headbangers Ball and FUSE TVs Uranium to print outlets such as Alt Press, Revolver, Decibel, Metal Maniacs and more. High profile tours kept the band busy such as with groups like Bury Your Dead, Comeback Kid, Sick Of It All, Madball, Hatebreed, Converge, and Remembering Never. 40,000+ albums of One With The Underdogs reached stereos across the country and it seems like Terror has joined the ranks of its heroes when mentioned as essential hardcore bands. In 2005 the group reissued Lowest Of The Low with additional b-sides, cover songs and an entire live show from Tokyo that was released on Trustkill.