Terrorvision's third album, Regular Urban Survivors, demonstrates substantial growth from their engagingly eclectic but unfocused sophomore effort, How to Win Friends and Influence People. Working with producer Gil Norton, the band has developed an irreverent, catchy amalgam of metal, punk, and pop. Though their guitars clank away, they have bright, fizzy hooks that keep the band from sinking into a mass of loud, grinding grunge. Terrorvision may have gotten their sound together, but they still have a hard time coming up with consistently entertaining material. Nevertheless, their humor pulls them through the moments when their hooks don't catch hold.
AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine