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The only one?

Must be a mistake; these guys are way too good for one reviewer. Outer Isolation is just a bit lacking compared to Black Future, but it is still an AWESOME album, top-to-bottom.


I just wrote a small review on their first album titled Black Future. That album was amazing! But THIS album is even more so, they have found their groove on this album, Outer Isolation is as near perfect to an 80's style thrash as you can get, from the killer solos, vocals, bass & drumming, I can not say anything negative about these guys at all.
I am just in awe at the sound from these guys, and from Arizona originally, I would have thoughht they would have picked up some influence from flotsam & jetsam or sacred reich, but thats NOT the case with these guys. Every song is great, solos are mind bending, lyrically as you would expect from an 80's thrash band. The longer songs are amazing, the technicality these guys have is beyond impressive. blast beats, solos, everything just meshes together perfectly to form a 12 minute barrage of face ripping metal.They have several long songs, ALL of which are just amazing. These 2 albums are a MUST BUY !

Crazyyy good

These guys deserve more ratings than this, this albums does no wrong.


Genre: Rock

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A punishing progressive thrash metal unit based out Philadelphia, the seeds for Vektor were sewn in Tempe, Arizona in 2002 by frontman/guitarist David DiSanto. Initially operating under the moniker Locrian, the band officially morphed into Vektor in 2004, and quickly became one of the leading lights in the region's fertile metal scene, sharing the stage with notable national acts like Testament, Iced Earth, and Municipal Waste. The band issued their self-released demo, Demolition, in 2006, and began...
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