Vision of Disorder The Cursed Remain Cursed

Vision of Disorder The Cursed Remain Cursed
The first taste of new Vision of Disorder in over ten years came via Lambgoat. Although the infamous website's comments section is usually full of venomous vitriol, the stream of "Loveless" was met with near unanimous support. The praise heaped upon the song is indicative of the quality of the remainder of The Cursed Remain Cursed, even if it differs musically. A metallic crossover band in the purest sense, the album pairs hardcore with thrash metal, all while drawing influences from across the spectrum of heavy music, keeping every song fresh. For the uninitiated, some tracks ("The Seventh Circle," "Blood Red Sun") sound like a more hardcore take on old Lamb of God, while the singing occasionally recalls Nirvana ("The Enemy," "Heart and Soul") and almost every part demands headbanging and circle pits. While this sound has since been popularized by others, it's time Vision of Disorder received their due and The Cursed Remain Cursed is just the album to ensure that happens. (Candlelight)