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Much like their more metallic brethren in Hatebreed, if you’ve heard one Terror album you’ve pretty much heard them all and the difference between them mainly comes down to your personal preferences re: production, and which variation on the HC themes of self-empowerment and unity you fancy having yelled at you today. Live By The Code has a bit of a heavier touch to the production than Keepers Of The Faith‘s more ‘live’ feel, and there’s a bit less melody than that record contained, but otherwise you’re getting pretty much exactly what you expect.

Rob McAuslan ponders whether Terror really need to do anything new with their latest album, Live By The Code. Click here to check out his full review.

Much like their more metallic brethren in Hatebreed, if you’ve heard one Terror album you’ve pretty much heard them all and the difference between them mainly comes down to your personal preferences re: production, and which variation on the HC themes of self-empowerment and unity you fancy having yelled at you today. Live By The Code has a bit of a heavier touch to the production than Keepers Of The Faith‘s more ‘live’ feel, and there’s a bit less melody than that record contained, but otherwise you’re getting pretty much exactly what you expect.

Rob McAuslan ponders whether Terror really need to do anything new with their latest album, Live By The Code. Click here to check out his full review.

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