It's fast. It's brutal. It's straight to the point.
I dig the mix of riot grrrl infused punk on speed. But it's not without some elegance and with confidence. The opening track "She Kills" has the sound of Bikini Kill and Sex Pistols at the same time and is a manifest of intent that lets you know that Night Terror is in the house. They then rush straight into "Glamour" which picks up in speed and viciousness. Third track "Stab Me". Now I'm all excited and worked up as the howl of singer Pink Punk pierces my ears with it's aggressive chorus. And then "Terror In The Night" moves in for the kill as the perfect punk rock anthem it is.
I like the rawness of this demo. It got that exact feeling of rehearsal room and live atmosphere that maintains the punk ethos but with obvious quality that the group has a big promising future if they want it.
Elfsten Perry Terror