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Album Review

Vision of Disorder's third release is an aggressive collection of angst-filled lyrics facilitated by a wall of blazing staccato riffing guitars, wailing vocals, and a pounding rhythm section. With producer Machine at the helm, the band occasionally reaches for a melody, as in the chorus of "Southbound" or the opening verse of "Pretty Hate." Most, if not all, of the cuts are based on sped-up pentatonic themes that recall primal Black Sabbath and the gloom and doom of Alice in Chains. An occasional slide or arpeggio guitar phrase creeps in here and there, along with a few haunting tempo changes, but it's the swampy groove on "Overrun" that gives evidence that the ensemble has more in its arsenal than the overt hardcore trappings that are constantly repeated throughout. Though spirited and played from the heart, this disc is strictly for headbangers and genre fans only.

Customer Reviews

a good cd

its nowhere as good as imprint different style almost but still really good get it if youve never heard it it'll grow on u

bad...from 1 of my faves

the 1st 2 were awesome-then roadrunner threw them away like Type the band is industrial/rock n roll? from "Element" to "southbound"-sounds like 2 different bands.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Long Island, NY's Vision of Disorder built a large local following with its intense, socially aware blend of hardcore and thrash metal, leading to a contract with the Roadrunner Records-distributed Supersoul label. Guitarists Matt Baumbach and Mike Kennedy formed the band in 1992 with vocalist/lyricist Tim Williams, drummer Brendon Cohen, and bassist Mike Fleischmann. Fleischmann quickly left the band, which performed without a bass player and achieved a measure of local success due to their energetic...
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