When Vision of Disorder returned in 2012 with their first album in 11 years, The Cursed Remain Cursed, they made an unexpectedly great comeback album. Thankfully, we won’t have to wait until 2023 to hear its follow-up. The Long Island metalcore band will be hitting the studio right after the 4th of July to record their next album. Chriss “Zeuss” Harris will be producing the album, which is expected to be released in late Fall via Candlelight. Singer Tim Williams spoke about the new album in a press release:

We are so very happy to see the songs starting to come together. The new songs are dark, heavy, and melodic in a way only Vision Of Disorder can deliver.  A few working song titles for the still-to-be-named album include “Razed to the Ground,” “War On The Police,” and “Nightcrawler.”

Vision of Disorder formed in 1992, releasing their debut, self-titled 1996 album and its follow-up, 1998’s Imprint, on Roadrunner Records. They disbanded in 2002, reforming for good in 2008.