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Label: Roadrunner Records - RR 8291-2 • Series: Two From The Vault • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Heavy Metal
Vision of Disorder is an American metalcore band from Long Island, New York that initially released three albums before disbanding in Suffer - Vision Of Disorder - Vision Of Disorder / Imprint band garnered attention for blending melody and groove into a traditional hardcore framework,  but its attempts to pursue an alternative metal direction on its third album were met with limited commercial success.
Vision of Disorder released a series of demos and contributed to several compilations before releasing the Still EP in on Striving for Togetherness Records. The band appeared in the N. Vision of Disorder gained attention for incorporating different styles into its hardcore framework. The band signed with Roadrunner Records ' subsidiary, Supersoul, and released its eponymous full-length debut in The band was later praised for its impact upon the popularization of hardcore music: the debut album was "metallic hardcore that no one had heard, released for a mass audience on a big label.
It had its merits; powerful, screamed vocals often layered over depressing clean vocals combined with fresh 'un-hardcore' guitar sections and unfamiliar drum patterns. For anyone into hardcore at the time, this was the album to have. Vision of Disorder also took issue with the purported lack of tour support by its record label.
Three years ago we were on Roadrunner and Imprint had just come out maybe two, three months ago and they weren't pushing us or doing anything Roadrunner said "We're yanking your tour support, come home and make another record". But we wanted to go out and support Imprint and just felt insulted that they said that.
So we said "Something is going on here, we're getting the fuck off of this label" We want[ed] to go back to being a hardcore band and playing Suffer - Vision Of Disorder - Vision Of Disorder / Imprint and they tried to offer us money and a better deal but we were like "Nope, see you". After Suffer - Vision Of Disorder - Vision Of Disorder / Imprint label strife, Vision of Disorder kept a relatively low profile.
However, they eventually returned in with For the Bleedersa set of nine re-recorded demo songs released on Go-Kart Records. The album marked a shift towards a traditional verse-chorus-verse songwriting structure. Kennedy described the album as "fitting in with the nu-metal scene"  while Williams praised the band's songwriting approach:. The songwriting is much more stuck to the classic boundaries of songwriting as far as a verse and chorus.
Before we had no respect for songwriting and that was our style and we liked that. But now we are getting older and we want to be able to make music that you can just sit back hit play and listen to it. Reportedly frustrated by the lack of support from TVT, Vision of Disorder went on extended hiatus and eventually disbanded.
The band played several one-off shows and shot footage for a DVD before formally reuniting in October From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Vision of Disorder. Retrieved 14 April Koch Records. Archived from the original on 29 June Teufel's Tomb. Archived from the original on Retrieved Retrieved 15 April Retrieved Dec 22, Still Resurrecting Reality.
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