Reviews Terror No Regrets, No Shame: The Bridge Nine Days


No Regrets, No Shame: The Bridge Nine Days

Terror is a band that needs no introduction. Hardcore legends in their current age, Terror hails from Los Angeles, California and has brought a more metallic sounding hardcore into the foreground of the scene. This is a live CD/DVD of a show in 2003 at the Showcase Theater in Corona, California and the entire thing is interconnected with interview clips and sound bites from frontman, Scott Vogel. It also includes an in-store appearance at Headline Records.

Nine years after a recorded performance in Corona, Bridge Nine have released this treasured live set from within their vaults. It should come as no surprise that something like this would come out eventually and the joint effort between Bridge Nine and the iconic band Nine makes a great package for any real fan. All the best tracks from Life & Death and Lowest of the Low are recorded live with fairly good quality. Classic “Vogelisms” and translatable energy are running through the veins of this album. If you haven’t seen them live, you will have to after watching this. As far as these CD/DVD packages go, this is pretty near the top of the list. That being said, there is only so many times I want to listen to or watch the same live set on a disc. In concert, I’ll be there every night but this is not something that you’ll be able to listen to every single day without getting a little nauseous.

This is a great purchase for any collector and will be a great addition to a Terror fan’s library but, overall, it’s worth a single watch, with little to no replay value.

7.8 / 10Keenan Harrison
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