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Vision Of Disorder
Vision Of Disorder is a metalcore band. Starting out in 1992 as a band from Long Island, NY that covered music from The Doors, Vision of Disorder were way ahead of their time. In 1993, Vision of Disorder (VOD to fans) toured around New York and released several demos, at times, without a bassist. Fast-forward to 1996, VOD signed with Roadrunner Records where they released two full-length albums. After problems with the label, they continued to tour and released For The Bleeders on Go Kart Records Read more on Last.fm
Vision Of Disorder on Thrash Hits
June 19th, 2013
January 16th, 2013
Opinions? Too early in the morning for that. Just a list of bands after the jump.
September 6th, 2012
Vision of Disorder
The Cursed Remain Cursed
17 September 2012
by Tom Dare
Oh look. Another reunited band from the 1990s. The difference with this one is that Vision of Disorder have been back for a few years now, their popularity hasn’t had a mysterious retrospective inflation (they’re playing the 500-capacity Underworld in London, Refused played the 2500-capacity Forum) and aren’t one of those bands all of their successors in the hardcore scene name-check in every interview, despite how influential they’ve actually been. Which is daft, because VoD were fucking great first time around, and they’ve come back with an arse-booting record.
June 1st, 2009
Festival season has officially begun – but that’s not the only business going on this month. Once gain, Thrash Hits is casting our eyes over the next four weeks to highlight what you should be paying attention to.
Apparently there’s some festival or another called ‘Download’ or something happening this month. Who knew?