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Terror, Code Orange, Incendiary, Take Offense, Malfunction 

When: Mon., Dec. 7, 7 p.m. 2015
Price: $16
In an August interview with the metal news site Blabbermouth.net, Terror guitarist Martin Stewart explained the name of his band’s sixth album, The 25th Hour. “When it comes to the amount of work and dedication we put into this band, into hardcore music in general, we go beyond the normal 24 hours in a day,” he said. “Hardcore music is still DIY, so it’s up to everyone involved to keep it moving.” The band is, indeed, tenacious. After 13 years and six albums, Terror hasn’t changed much. The hardcore band volleys consistently between sprint-paced verses and half-time breakdowns. Frontman Scott Vogel’s tough-guy platitudes about self-reliance echo Youth Crew sloganeering. At this point, though, Terror’s strict purism feels less like moving forward than treading water, no matter the time it takes.—Bryan C. Reed
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