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Vod Rated

As I'm on the mood to make lists and rate bands, here you have. Vision of Disorder from Long Island NYC.
4Vision of Disorder
From Bliss to Devastation


An album which doesn't even deserve to be considered a VOD album. This is as alt-metal as it gets, with occasional screaming and ridiculous slow riffs. It's a shock that this was made by the same band that less than 10 years before appeared in the New York's Hardest compilation, and it earns them a Fallout Award. The only songs I actually like are "Southbound" and "Pretty Hate", but that isn't VOD.
3Vision of Disorder
For the Bleeders


This album was a bit disappointing. The sound is cool, but the production is below average. It also suffers from repetitive songs and VOD's attempt at old-school hardcore ("Watch Out").
2Vision of Disorder
Vision of Disorder


Before complaining about why this isn't at #1, let me just say how much I love this record. It marked me in high school, and I truly love to hear "Through My Eyes" or "D.T.O.". A metallic, aggressive, obnoxious experience, and a 90s classic.
1Vision of Disorder
Imprint


VOD's sophomore album is indeed their most brutal and technical. Tim Williams's voice is at its best (although I have a feeling that their next album is gonna be better) and the overall sound reaches impressive levels. Try checking out "By the River" (with Phil Anselmo), "Colorblind" and "Locust of the Dead Earth". Another classic of the late 90s.
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