VISION OF DISORDER: Record Release Show To Be Filmed For LIHC Documentary

This weekend, VISION OF DISORDER‘s hometown release show for their commended new record The Cursed Remain Cursed will be filmed for inclusion in a video documentary on the Long Island hardcore community!

Currently being constructed by director Chris Lilli, Long Island Hardcore Documentary will showcase artists from the founding acts of the movement to today’s modern icons from the expansive Long Island scene, including Indecision, Silent Majority, Milhouse, Kill Your Idols, Backtrack, Neglect, Mind Over Matter and tons more. VOD frontman Tim Williams stated this week: “We will be shooting live from the Ollie’s point show and we want strong island to represent in all forms!” Anybody in the NYC area should not miss the disorder this show will surely provide.

10/19/2012 Club Revolution – Long Island, NY
11/24/2012 Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY w/ Primitive Weapons, Yuppicide

The first album from the band in over a decade, The Cursed Remain Cursed was released September 18th via Candlelight Records. One of the most dynamic and cleverly destructive releases in VOD‘s twenty year history, the album surges with over forty minutes of brand new material, produced by Will Putney (Shadows Fall, Suicide Silence) and mixed by Cameron Webb (Motörhead, Social Distortion), and is already an instant classic with longtime fans of the band.

“…they still do it so fucking well… they’ve now figured how to meld hulking hooks with their blistering, angular riffs. And Tim Williams’ long-revered vocal innovations are as impressive as ever.” – Decibel

“…a welcome return… 4/5” – Revolver

“…with some proper attention, the effort more than lives up to the high bar the band have previously set. Truly Vision Of Disorder’s long-awaited return sees them emerging even more fearsome. 4/5” – The PRP

“Vision of Disorder has a lot to answer for – sparking modern metalcore as a genre for starters. Now a decade since their last album, From Bliss To Devastation, VOD sound more ornery than where they left off.” – Noisecreep

“…a criminally undervalued band… their first studio album since 2001, is the latest evidence of how great the band is. They are a vitally powerful group today and not merely a metalhead memory of a gauzy Clintonian past. 4.5/5” –

“…these guys are truly one of a kind and easily one of the most unique ‘core’ based bands in the universe. From their high-energy, razor-sharp sound to their brazen, callous, and lung-shredding frontman, VOD completely embody what metalcore is all about, yet totally redefine it as well. 4.5/5” – The New Review