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|3.5 great||Hanusko | March 9th 17|
Decent 3.5 - Heavy, Focused and Energetic....The more you know. Often overshadowed by its predecessor, but this is easily equally enjoyable piece of music. I don't want to go too deep into description of the sound on this album. If you haven't heard anything by these guys: they are early metalcore band with huge alt.metallish influence and very melodic and colourful approach to vocals for 90s metalcore. If you've liked their debut and your looking for something faster, heavier, punchier and much more instrumentally advanced check this out.
|5.0 classic||jamonmi | November 29th 12|
I cannot explain why, but this album gets into my veins, giving my ears an amazing pleasure. It is just one of the best things I have found out about this year: Vision of Disorder (and this album in particular). Could play the whole album again and again in its entirety endless times. Awesome.
|5.0 classic||happyfunball | October 29th 12|
Vision of Disorder's second album is 100% pure violence that pummels you into submission. Tim William's screams and the raw analog production of this brutal assault on the senses will leave you in a bloody mess only letting up once or twice just to spit in your face.
|4.0 excellent||AnvilJ | August 27th 10|
This album seems to have got lost in the sandwich, and easily the best of the bunch. A crisp production by D'Sardy makes this pack a real punch. May not please the entire hardcore crowd. Unlike their other albums this has consistency all the way through.
|4.5 superb||Regulator | October 16th 08|
This album is just amazing. Bought er in 1998 and it still gets a crapload of plays in the car and at home. one of th best albums i ever bought.
|5.0 classic||endtime | November 25th 15|
|5.0 classic||celta | December 1st 12|
|3.5 great||MudIdol | November 20th 12|
|3.5 great||DMEmery | February 22nd 12|
|3.5 great||Pirrus | November 7th 10|
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