EP REVIEW: Terror – Sink To The Hell

Release Date: December 2nd 2020
Label: Good Fight Music
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Angry? Frustrated? Need a quick ten minute breather soundtrack to deal with it? Well, you’ve come to the right EP, ‘Sink To The Hell’.

This collection of four Terror rarities from sessions been and gone clocks in at just about nine minutes, and can assist as the perfect daily gateway to let go of some pent-up aggressions. You know, to clean the slate.

Each of the four songs showcases a different side of the hardcore legends, whether it be heavy in lyrics and groove as found in the opening title-track, or a ferocious punk whirlwind like the following ‘Don’t Need Your Time’, which is given an additional present day twist by featuring newly recorded vocals from Stick To Your Guns/Trade Wind frontman, Jesse Barnett.

‘Sink To The Hell’ can suffice as a decent introduction for Terror newcomers just as much as it will perfectly satisfy existing fans of the band. A proper release of some songs that never got the attention they deserved, as well as a run-through of the band’s spectrum of variety for new arrivals, squeezed into an easily digestible 9 minutes. It’s the least someone should be able to spare to dive into one of hardcore’s most influential bands who can clearly still deliver this far into their career.