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VISION OF DISORDER reissue their “Still” album

VOD’s “Still” is available now on 12″ limited edition colored vinyl (choose from 6 colors!). Get you copy via Amazon, eBay, Coretex Records, and Dignified Bastard.

“Still” was the first EP by VISION OF DISORDER, released in 1995.

What was the catalyst behind re-releasing your original EP Still?

Bassist Mike Fleischmann commented: Still has never been available “legally” online, so obviously we wanted it out on iTunes etc.Still was originally released on 7″ vinyl only. There seems to be a demand once again for vinyl. Kevin Gill (who originally released Still on SFT records) approached us about putting it out on his new label, Dignified Bastard, and with the 20th anniversary approaching; it was a no-brainer.

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VOD

Before the release of their 1996 self-titled full-length debut, New York heavies Vision of Disorder released a four-track single (originally only on vinyl, later on CD). Although it’s not up to the high standards set by their later releases, it’s still an interesting recording that will appeal to serious fans of the band. Basically a demo, the early V.O.D. crowd favorites “Choke,” “Beneath the Green,” and “Watch Out” are all included (unavailable anywhere else), along with an early version of the track “Through My Eyes,” which would later appear on their debut. When a CD version of the single appeared a year later, two other tracks were added on — “D.T.O.” and “No Regrets,” both in demo-form as well. Serious fans of the band will definitely want a copy.

VOD reissue

20 years after the stunning 1995 debut record release by Long Island’s Vision Of Disorder (VOD), this beautiful re-issue is coming straight for your face! A classic moment in time from the NYHC scene that went on to inspire a generation in the metal world. Every non test pressing record includes a lyric sheet,  an MP3 download card for the complete 7 song EP, and is shrink-wrapped. We kept all the packaging, liner notes, and everything the way it was to preserve the moment in time.  Brief liner notes by Kevin Gill.

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