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The Cursed Remain Cursed

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Editorial Reviews

Eleven energetic new anthems, culminating influence
from all eras of Vision of Disorder s infamous discography,
The Cursed Remain Cursed has been under construction
for nearly four years. We did what we did because WE
loved it, not because we thought others might, says the
members of VOD. Twenty years later we are, once
again, at work with the same approach.
Innovative and widely-admired, Vision of Disorder pioneered the
collision between hardcore and metal. Since their formation in
1992, Vision of Disorder has sold over 250,000 albums in the
United States.
"We feel we accomplished a very unique, vicious and exciting
record without compromising the VOD brand of hardcore yet,
says guitarist Mike Kennedy. "The Cursed Remain Cursed sounds
like nothing we've ever done." Vocalist Tim Williams adds, the
songs are raw, real and from the heart."


1. Loveless
2. Set To Fail
3. Blood Red Sun
4. Hard Times
5. Annihilator
6. Skullz Out (Rot in Pieces)
7. The Enemy
8. The Seventh Circle
9. New Order of Ages
10. Be Up On It
11. Heart And Soul

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 18, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Candlelight
  • ASIN: B008U6Q956
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,044 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Will Luedtke on January 1, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Any concern I had that this would be phoned in was destroyed by the third song. Seeing this band in a small club in Madison over ten years ago, I thought VOD would be lost to the swallowing of bands occurring as new metal was phased out. Representative of bands like Deftones, Glassjaw and others whose time to shine occurred during but not because of a movement, Vision of Disorder was never properly marketed. Their aggressive music was and is genuine and the band consists of musicians that don't fit a profile easily marketed. If you enjoy early or post hardcore or feel that most modern releases lack passion, this is not to be missed.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Insert Pen Name Here on September 29, 2012
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It took 4 years for VOD to release this record after announcing reformation in 2008, and in the interim I was becoming skeptical it would be released at all. Fortunately, VOD took the 4 years and honed their craft and songwriting skills rather than work up an album so they could tour.

Taken as a whole, this record feels like a more focused Imprint. A little less unhinged and raw as Imprint, but still crafted meticulously and inflected with a brutatily which rewards careful listening.

What I find wonderful about this record is the dynamics involved in the song structure. Not only is the traditional verse/chorus/verse/bridge/chorus/chorus forumula eschewed for a more erratic structure, but the way the band empolys each members skills during the song is ingenuitive and impressive.

In "The Seventh Circle" for instance, the guitar incorporates a down tuned, down picked passage during Tim William's vocals during the first measure, only to fall out and give the drum patterns a moment to carry the second measure, and then come back in w/ disturbing ear candy throughout the rest of the verse. During the opening vocal delivery of "Blood Red Sun," a guttural, otherworldy miasma bursts forth over and under the vocals to give the listener a feeling of hell bursting forth.

While trying to describe these dynamics is difficult, the above mentioned examples are just the tip of the iceberg for a band who is at the top of their craft. The overall feel of this record is one of despair, but oddly enough, has a maturity that I don't think would have been possible for this band in the late 1990's. It is almost like VOD had to create "From Bliss to Devastation" to come back around to this record.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jason Grafe on January 20, 2013
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VOD sound today like they did in their prime days, this is a must have album for hardcore fans of old as well as the new crowd.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By americanmisfit on December 21, 2012
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I have been waiting for this album for like 12 years and V.O.D. did not disappoint. It's finally here and they hold true to form. In my opinion it's a cross between Imprint and From Bliss to Devastation. Glad they are back!!! \m/
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rexxx on December 14, 2012
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a bit different..it took a few listens but a solid return for tghe mighty VOD love the last track on this album
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steve on September 20, 2012
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Vision of Disorder has been one of my favorite bands ever since I was in high school (graduated 2000). I was excited when I learned they were working on a new album after so many years away from the scene. If you are a fan of the early stuff (self titled and Imprint) you will love this record. It sounds like they never stopped playing together, nothing has changed!!! Its every bit as heavy and aggressive as all their previous records but with an added catchyness that only VOD can pull off. If this album reaches the masses it is going to be the catalyst that hurdles this band to the top. With all the current metal band clones playing the same type of material, using the same drum sounds, the same guitar tones and rewriting virtually the same album (I blame Adam D), this is a breath of fresh air. This is what fans of heavy music need, to get back to the basics where "modern metal" began. Get this album, you wont be sorry. If you are looking for a challenging technical album thats going to make you think......this is not for you. This is old school VOD.
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By Ran on June 3, 2014
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With no Bloodsimple on the horizon and hearing a few clips of this CD, I bought it hoping that I might hear enough of what once was Bloodsimple and maybe find some sense of satisfaction. All through out this CD, that is exactly what I hear. There are so many things that were staples of what was Bloodsimple. I'm sure VOD people would say I have it backwards and yes, I'm sure I do. With as many things that ARE Bloodsimple on this disc, there are as many things I hear that are NOT. I can tell that this is a different band coming from a different place with these songs. Yet, at the core, are the two people responsible for Bloodsimple and it shows. Having not been a VOD fan previously, this CD has most likely changed that. That and just really wanting more Bloodsimple. I now have a lot of older VOD to start listening to. I can't see why a Bloodsimple fan wouldn't get some enjoyment out of this.
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By angga on March 21, 2014
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one the album that i've been waiting for decades
old time hardcore still, hard scream with blues god damn core..
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