Official press release:
This amazing footage has been sitting in a vault at Bridge Nine for the last nine years and is finally assembled to see the light of day. With stagedives, sing-a-longs, and unparalleled energy from the band, No Regrets No Shame: The Bridge Nine Days captures TERROR in their most raw and nascent form. Bonus features like the “Push It Away” music video and a full set from TERROR’s Headline Records in-store performance from the same timeframe are also included, and this CD/DVD/LP (with all remastered Showcase Theater audio tracks) release hits stores on April 24th, 2012.
Stay tuned for more information regarding including a trailer to surface soon, and pre-order details and record release shows to be announced.
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