Published Mar 13, 2012L.A.-based hardcore crew Terror have been thuggin' it up since the early 2000s, and one of the troupe's early concerts is now being unearthed for a new live set called No Regrets No Shame: The Bridge Nine Days.
True to its title, the collection was captured back in January of 2003, around the time the outfit delivered their debut LP Lowest of the Low, and the record will arrive via Bridge Nine on CD/DVD and LP on April 24.
This is Terror's first record for the label in almost a decade. Since Lowest of the Low, the act have spent time on imprints like Trustkill and Century Media, the latter having released Terror's last full-length, 2010's Keepers of the Faith. A tracklisting has yet to pop up, but the retrospective package is reported to have lots of behind-the-scenes footage and stage-dive-heavy concert clips shot at the Showcase Theatre in Corona, CA by filmmaker Ian McFarland. Audiophiles take note, the CD and LP contain remastered versions of the concert.
Aside from the Showcase Theatre set, No Regrets No Shame: The Bridge Nine Days also features a video for Lowest of the Low track "Push It Away," as well as a full concert shot at Headline Records in L.A.