Their album One with the Underdogs sold over 40,000 copies. They have also been on tours throughout Europe, Australia, Brazil and Japan. Their newest album, Always the Hard Way reached #10 on Billboard's Heatseekers and #19 on Top Independent Records. 2) Terror was a project band formed in 1994. Fulfilling some kind of Gothenburg headbanger fantasy, this was basically Erlandsson, the Björler twins from At The Gates, and dearly-departed Dissection frontman Jon Nödtveidt doing a tight-as-hell take on catchy Terrorizer-style death metal/grind. Nödtveidt’s vocals are especially cool, with occasional effects and a lower-range delivery of his trademark ghastly approach.
With a total running time of exactly five minutes, the songs are called 'Radiation', 'Destruction', and 'Terror'–what more do you need to know? The songs are available for downloading OFFICIALLY on the Internet ;). 3) Follow-up to thrash band EVILDEAD, with ONLY Spanish lyrics. One album in 1997. It Featured Juan Garcia - guitar (Agent Steel, Abattoir, Karlos Medina - bass & vocals (Agent Steel), Eddie Livingston - drums (Armored Saint, Tactics, 2minutehate, Play Chaos, Defenders, Cowboys From Hell, Veruca Salt, Jimmy Bain), and Danny Flores Guitars. 4) Another thrash metal band, from Cleveland, which was formed in 1987, but the band didn't release anything but a bunch of demos. 5) '80s Norwegian Hardcore band with tracks on the Ingenting for Norge comp. 6) Terror was also a hardcore band from Kristiansund, Norway. They released one EP "Dies Ire" in 1995.
They later changed name and released an album "Strong Weakness" as Semper Fi. There has been quite a few other bands who have went under the name Terror but these are the most 'well' known bands. Terror is also a Memphis underground gangsta rapper, his only tape being 'It's Whateva' produced by Blackout in 94-95. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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