VISION OF DISORDER ‘Imprint’ To Receive Colored Vinyl Release

Article By: Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker ‡ Edited By: Leanne Ridgeway

We recently reported [HERE] that several classic Roadrunner Records titles were getting the vinyl LP release treatment, including Vision Of Disorder‘s 1996 self-titled album.

Music On Vinyl made good, too, as that hit retailers last week on solid yellow and transparent green mixed vinyl. It is limited to 1,000 numbered copies and you can pick it up at Amazon.

Now Music On Vinyl has announced they will be doing the same with Vision Of Disorder‘s 1998 sophomore landmark, ‘Imprint‘. It will receive a new colored vinyl pressing as well with variants on yellow, solid red, & black mixed vinyl limited to 1,000 individually numbered copies.



At the time it was originally released, ‘Imprint‘ was a groundbreaking amalgamation of genre-blurring. V.O.D.’s NYHC roots were still there but the band itself was evolving and ‘Imprint‘ is a standing testament to that reality.

Working with producer D. Sardy (Red Hot Chili Peppers, System Of A Down, Hank Williams III), the album is a scathing salvo of metallic aggression. The multifaceted vocals of Tim Williams, alternating between clean singing and screaming, matched the music being discharged. With thrash-like guitars and dizzying rhythms, there are ample moments of melodic intensity as well.

These vinyl records will be in stock on May 18, 2018, with pre-orders soon available at THIS LOCATION.

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