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Vision of Disorder
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Vision of Disorder
Title: Imprint
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Label: Roadrunner Records
Original Release Date: 7/14/1998
Release Date: 7/14/1998
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 016861879327


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12 Steps to Hardcore Metal
Sunshine the Werewolf | Canada | 06/14/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The second full length album by these hardcore maniacs... And surprisingly it is even heavier then their self-titled debut.
IMPRINT is one vicious, raw, album, more metal on this and more insanity... The album begins with "What you Are" and doesn't begin to let up until after track #5 "Imprint" (Also has some Phil Anselmo on "By the River") #6 is "Colorblind" is the highlight of this album... Amazing Lyrics - so much emotion - And it ends with Jada Bloom an epic Metal Romance. Again Tim Williams is truly a poet.

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Hardcore + Metal = The Perfect Combination
Bill Lumbergh | Initech | 04/09/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Vision of Disorder did it again. They released another masterpiece. It doesn't sound like the first, but it still sounds extremely wicked. "By The River" is a great track, featuring Pantera/Down/Superjoint Ritual voc box Phil Anselmo. "Imprint", the single, will always remain a classic for me, and so will "What You Are" and "12 Steps Towards Nothing". This is some great stuff here. Great, classic stuff from the vaults of Roadrunner records. Check out Tim William's and Tim Kennedy's new band, Bloodsimple. They bring back the brutality in rock."
Underlying Genius
James Naylor | Birmingham, England | 02/15/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is truly incredible. It has an unrelenting power, and I don't just mean it's loud and noisy - which is how a lot of metal/hardcore fans define 'power'. This isn't just noise. This is orchestrated rawness - a contradiction in terms? - not if you can get to grips with this album. It's not just a collection of disjointed tracks, which I fear many similar bands tend to release. It's an intelligent mix of tracks that come together to create a near perfect hardcore album, in my opinion. I grew up on this kinda stuff, it was my staple genre. But recently, a good 6 years after purchasing this album, I dug it back out from the depth of my collection. With a wide grin I put it into the player and that grin remained for the duration of "Imprint". I fear that there is an underlying genius to this album that the majority of people can not appreciate. I wasn't really a huge fan of the first album, but "For the Bleeders" and the new album "From Bliss to Devastation" are both brilliant albums. "Imprint" however is a level above. It's not brilliant, its genius and it's VOD at their best. I hope you enjoy this album as much and for as long as I have."