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Vektor

    Vektor is a thrash metal band from Tempe, Arizona. http://vektor.bandcamp.com/ The band strives to employ an array of intricacy, virtuosity and unique sounds in an attempt to set themselves apart from most other thrash bands.Their debut full length album Black Future was released November 17, 2009 on NY’s Heavy Artillery Records. Conceived in 2004 by front man/guitarist David DiSanto and lead guitarist Erik Nelson, Vektor quickly gained popularity amongst the Phoenix metal contingent for their unique mix of technical, speed thrash and progressive influences. Vektor created a wave of ...read more

    Vektor is a thrash metal band from Tempe, Arizona. http://vektor.bandcamp.com/ The band strives to employ an array of intricacy, virtuosity and unique sounds in an attempt to set themselves apart from most other thrash bands.Their debut full length album Black Future was released November 17, 2009 on NY’s Heavy Artillery Records. Conceived in 2004 by front man/guitarist David DiSanto and lead guitarist Erik Nelson, Vektor quickly gained popularity amongst the Phoenix metal contingent for their unique mix of technical, speed thrash and progressive influences. Vektor created a wave of interest with their self released CDDemolition (2006) and their two track demo Hunger for Violence (2007). After four years oflocal and regional performances as the opening act for such national acts as Testament, Hirax, Iced Earth and Municipal Waste,Vektor hit the road for their first national tour alongside label mates Exmortus insupport of Black Future in December 2009through January 2010. They also toured the US in June–August2010 on their own. The band released its second album, Outer Isolation, on November 22, 2011, on the Heavy Artillery label. In 2012, the band signed with Earache Records after the label acquired Heavy Artillery's roster of artists. After several years of touring and the band's relocation to Philadelphia, their third album, Terminal Redux, a conceptual work with a runtime of over 70 minutes, was released on May 6, 2016. « hide

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    LPs
    Terminal Redux
    2016

    4.3
    1,170 Votes
    Outer Isolation
    2011

    4.1
    654 Votes
    Black Future
    2009

    4.3
    683 Votes
    EPs
    Demolition (Demo)
    2006

    3.6
    29 Votes

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