Live By The Code - Terror (3) - Live By The Code (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Mezill
    Carl Schwartz, Chris Linkovich, David Wood (3), Doug Weber, Erick Pressman, Frank "3 Gun" Novinec, Jonathan Buske, Jordan Posner, Martin Stewart (3), Matt Smith (20), Nick Jett, Rich Thurston, Scott Vogel, Todd Jones.
  2. Mesar
    Favs of the s pt. 3 My Top 5 Favorite Hardcore Records Down to the Core {Vol. 1} Bangin Metalcore Worst Top 50 List Ever My Top 20 A Fight Riff Retrospective Best Hardcore Albums of the s 's Albums and EPs, Part 3. Bands I've Seen Live Pure Noise Records: Who to Watch Ou Gas station drink/food combos Jaffa Cakes Digs.
  3. Tygogal
    Terror: Type: Album: Released: 24 April RYM Rating: / from 17 ratings Live by the Code. Track listing. 1 Another Face. 2 What Have We Done. 3 Keep Your Distance. 4 Better Off Without You. 5 Nothing to Me. 6 Don.
  4. Zolobar
    Jan 19,  · TERROR “Live By The Code” LP Due Out April 2nd on Reaper Records- Art/Details Unveiled By Reaper Records on January 19, in news Their upcoming fifth studio full-length titled “Live By The Code” is recorded by NEW FOUND GLORY’s Chad Gilbert (TRAPPED UNDER ICE, A DAY TO REMEMBER) and the vinyl version will hit streets April 2nd.
  5. Yom
    Many bands with the same name: 1) Terror, is a metalcore/crossover band from Los Angeles, California. The band formed in early The original lineup, was a hardcore all-star lineup, consisting of - vocalist Scott Vogel (ex: Slugfest, Despair, & Buried Alive) - guitarist Todd Jones (ex: Stand Your Ground, Carry On, Internal Affairs, Betrayed, Snake Eyes, Nails & Fireburn) - drummer Nick.
  6. Shakagar
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  7. Bakasa
    Live by the Code, originally due out in , was pushed back to April , released by Victory Records on CD and by Reaper Records on vinyl. It was the band's first time charting on the Billboard , peaking at #, selling 3, copies in its first week.

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