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Legacy of Disorder

by Legacy of Disorder

A perfect balance of Crushing, malevolent musicianship, Melodic harmonies, Heavy riffs and soaring lead breaks. A must have.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Relentless
3:15 $0.99
2. Facade
4:19 $0.99
3. Had Enough
3:53 $0.99
4. Living the Lie
5:13 $0.99
5. Pay the Price
4:08 $0.99
6. Damage Control
5:10 $0.99
7. Lucid Screams
4:27 $0.99
8. 44 Down
4:54 $0.99
9. Treading the Tainted Path
3:48 $0.99
10. Beginning
6:46 $0.99
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Album Notes
Legacy Of Disorder deliver a great straight to the point metal album with a solid and heavy sound throughout while being loaded with great songs that are thoughtful and clever. The songs deliver hooks when and where you want them. The album show cases all the band members with solid pounding drums locked in with heavy bass lines and precise well executed riffs and signature sound guitar solo's. The vocals have a wide range and pump out the bands well thought out lyrics in an understandable aggressive style while being able to switch to a more melodic style with ease if the song requires it.

Legacy of Disorder come, for the most part, from New Zealand, where Rana Freilich (guitar) began jamming with Jason Keill (bass) in 2001 and later vocalist James Robinson (vocals) in 2005 to begin shaping our own brand of metal.

In 2008 we headed over to Nomad studios in Dallas, Texas, where, under the skillful guidance of producer Sterling Winfield (Pantera; Damageplan; Hellyeah) we recorded our debut album “Legacy of Disorder”, recruiting drummer Matt Thompson in the process.

Reveiwer Alistair Wickens from "NZ Musician" magazine had this to say:

"This certainly looks to be yet another hardcore album but proves to be considerably more interesting. Sure, there are elements of hardcore throughout the album, but at its heart it's old school thrash metal, through and through. To someone who grew up on a diet of early Metallica, Sepultura and Slayer, listening to the debut release from this Nelson quartet was like taking a trip back to my youth. The sound is fresh despite its '80s roots, and the production, courtesy of Texan Stirling Winfield, is incredibly good - possibly the best I've ever heard on a local metal album. Pay The Price, really stood out to me, but if you're into blistering metal then the whole album, with the exception of the token 'mellow' track "Beginning" (still good, but slower and more melodic), should keep you thrashing out for a while. While other scenes have noticeably faded in recent years, the metal scene here never fails to impress me with its longevity and innovation. Legacy of Disorder can be proud of continuing that tradition."

And this reveiw from Rob Liz at www.thatdevilmusic.com

"I received an e-mail from David Spaur who is the promoter for New Zealand based band Legacy of Disorder. He put together a pretty decent package of promotional items including the self titled debut by the band. I'm currently listening to it at as I write and I have to say this is a fantastic slab of groove thrash. I'm actually surprised this was released way back in 2008 and no one has talked about this yet. Every track is a punishing 3 to 6 minute set of riffs that give a nod to Devildriver and Pantera. And it's no wonder since they tapped Sterling Winfield to produce it who also produced Reinventing the Steel and Damageplan's debut.But a nod is all it is because these guys have their own sound."

"Vocalist James Robinson has a power to his voice that rivals such vocalist as Phil Anselmo( in his prime) and Chuck Billy in that he can go from raspy singing to roaring thrash vocals. Rana Freilich can lay down some pretty good riffs in the vein of Exodus and this is actually his strong suit.Matt Thompson is the lone American in the group and his drumming does remind me of Vinnie Paul with his liberal use of snares and double bass. And bassist Jason Keill is pretty good at laying the lines down in a consistent manner."

"The songs themselves tend to lean towards the brotastic tough guy area but it's not nearly as annoying as it could be. They have so much going on in each that you don't have time to fixate on if they're good lyrically but they are considering the nature of the source. 'Pay the Price' even flirts with a clean chorus which is interesting and provides a nice change of pace to the other songs. Final thoughts and more materials after the jump."

We have produced and delivered a fantastic debut album that will stand the test of time and must be heard.



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