VISION OF DISORDER: DVD Title, Release Date Announced
Long Island, New York, hardcore legends VISION OF DISORDER have set "Dead in NY" as the title of their forthcoming DVD, due on November 11 through Koch. The concert footage for the disc was shot in August 2006 in Levittown, New York.
A two-and-a-half-minute promotional clip for "Dead in NY" can be viewed below.
VISION OF DISORDER has scheduled an August 16 appearance (see poster below) at Club Loaded at the Crazy Donkey in Farmingdale, New York.
VISION OF DISORDER's last studio effort was the southern rock-influenced album, "From Bliss to Devastation", released on TVT Records in 2001. Apparently frustrated by a lack of record company support from both Roadrunner (the band's former label) and TVT Records, VISION OF DISORDER went on an extended hiatus in 2002, and eventually disbanded, as singer Tim Williams and guitarist Mike Kennedy formed the currently active project BLOODSIMPLE.
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