Terror news and notesTuesday, January 13, 2004 4:26 PM PT / 7,455 views
Following a handful of overseas dates (including shows in Japan and Australia), Terror is now back in Los Angeles writing material for their debut full-length. The group will enter Sound City Studios (where Nirvana's "Nevermind" was recorded) studios with Paul Miner on February 9th to record the effort, which is currently untitled. Meanwhile, on January 23rd the group will play their first show of the new year in Pomona, CA, followed by a weekend of California dates with Madball (1/29 - 1/31). In early March, the group will embark on a West Coast tour with The Promise, Shattered Realm, and Born From Pain. In related news, the January 23rd show will mark founding member Todd Jones' final live appearance with Terror. Jones will continue to be involved with the group for writing and recording, but can no longer commit to their touring schedule. Taking his place will be Cleveland's Frank Novinec, of Ringworm notoriety. Finally, longtime roadie Charlie Mark has left the fold to focus on a "real job," leaving the band in search of a permanent replacement. If this sounds like something you can handle (lifting, touring, etc.), email the band here.