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The Week in Hardcore: Terror, Enabler, Extinction A.D. and More

All the latest tunes, music videos, and news from the hxc scene

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Terror (June 15)

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Terror vocalist Scott Vogel has been forced to sit out the band's upcoming European dates due to an injury he suffered on tour last week. The singer's MRI results have revealed that he's done damage to the discs in his lower back. "Feels kinda scary to be honest," revealed Vogel in a statement. While the frontman works through his health setback through physical therapy, Terror bassist David Wood will fill in for Vogel during the band's European tour. Wood shouldn't have any problems handling the task as he's also the singer in the hardcore band Down to Nothing.

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Runaway Kids (June 16)

Formerly functioning under the name Betrayal, Runaway Kids have released a new track called “Take Deep Breaths.“ The neck-snapping tune comes off the Los Angeles band's debut EP, Better Days. Signed to Mediaskare Records, Runaway Kids' release will mosh its way to record stores on June 23.

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All Out War (June 16)

Upstate New York hardcore stalwarts All Out War released their cover of Amebix‘s “Arise." The song will be included on the group's forthcoming Dying Gods EP, which hits stores on June 23. Dying Gods will also feature a cover of Carnivore's "God Is Dead." The EP was tracked with producer Steve Evetts (Hatebreed, American Angel) behind the board.

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Refused (June 17)

That's “Dawkins Christ” above, the new music video from Refused. “The title refers to the famous biologist whose atheist theology has inspired a semi-cult who in turn sees him as a messianic figure, an irony that partly inspired the lyrics," explained drummer David Sandström. "Dawkins Christ" comes off Freedom, Refused's first studio album in over 18 years, which is scheduled to be released on June 30.

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Enabler (June 17)

Earlier this week, Enabler announced they'll be dropping their fourth album, Fail to Feel Safe, on August 7. The album was recorded at Silver Bullet Studios with engineer Chris Teti (The World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die) and producer Greg Thomas (Shai Hulud), who also produced the band's critically acclaimed album, All Hail the Void (2012).

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Extinction A.D. (June 18)

Extinction A.D. have provided full details for their debut full-length album, Faithkiller, coming August 21 on Good Fight Music. Comprised of former members of This Is Hell, Faithkiller was recorded and mixed by Brett Romnes (I Am the Avalanche), and mastered by Brad Boatright (Nails). The Long Island crew have also released a video for a track called "Instruments of Death," which can be seen above. Extinction A.D. is currently out on a North American tour with From Autumn to Ashes, Hawthorne Heights and Sleepwave.

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