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Terror Announce Fall Tour With Code Orange, Take Offense, Malfunction

Later this fall, hardcore veterans Terror will hit the road in support of their latest album, The 25th Hour, which dropped back in August through Century Media. The Los Angeles quartet will be joined by Code Orange, Take Offense, and Malfunction, in addition to a slew of other like-minded acts throughout the month-long outing.

“Terror is really happy with how this tour shaped up,” said vocalist Scott Vogel. “A bunch of our favorite current hardcore bands are on this run, and this is the type of bill that has been long overdue for us to put together.”…


Bane Announce North American Tour

Bane has been a staple of the hardcore scene for 19 years, but the band will soon say farewell as they have announced their upcoming LP Don’t Wait Up will be their last.

A string of tour dates has been announced to accompany the album’s release, with support coming from Turnstile and Take Offense. If you’re a fan of the band, you aren’t going to want to miss these shows because, well — you don’t know how many more chances you’re going to get. Don’t Wait Up officially hits stores on May 13, while pre-order packages are currently up at …


Hundredth Release New Music Video

Hundredth have released their new music video for their single “Remain & Sustain” that can be seen by simply heading through the link. This song comes off of their upcoming September 27 album, Let Go, via Mediaskare Records.

The video is a tribute to the baseball flick The Sandlot so you have to check this out.

Be sure to catch the band when they come to a town near you with Trapped Under Ice, Backtrack, Betrayal and Take Offense.