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Eighteen Visions

Eighteen Visions' complex, often off-time, blasting metallic hardcore transforms bits of thrash, stomp, and acidic blackness into cohesive, pummeling compositions that occasionally break down and groove. All of their songs contain singalong-worthy bellowing from charismatic singer James Hart, who performed live with tongue-in-cheek pomposity worthy of huge stadiums. The band's flashy image, presence, and flair set them apart from the rest of the metalcore pack, ensuring that the scene stayed vital through necessary and constant evolution.

The band formed in 1996 in Orange County, CA, around Hart and drummer Ken Floyd, the only original members who remained a part of the Eighteen Visions lineup to the end. They released a single and a CD, one of them through a label in Europe, before Racetraitor vocalist Mani Mostofi brought the band to the attention of Trustkill. At this time, the band consisted of Hart, Floyd, bassist Javier Van Huss, and guitarists Brandan Schieppati and Keith Barney, who also perform vocal duties in the decidedly metal Bleeding Through and straight-edge flag-bearers Throwdown, respectively.

This lineup recorded a 7" single for Trustkill as well as the Until the Ink Runs Out full-length album. Released in 2000, the album quickly established Eighteen Visions as one of the big players in the hardcore scene, a position solidified by a summer's worth of touring and high-profile festival appearances. At the onset of 2001, Van Huss left the band with Salt Lake City native Mick Morris replacing him. The fashionable SoCal straight-edge outfit next re-recorded their old, out of print material, the Trustkill 7" as a brand new track, and released it as the somewhat ironically titled Best of Eighteen Visions.

Eighteen Visions spent the latter half of 2001 writing material for their second Trustkill album, Vanity, which was released in May 2002 and after which Schieppati departed to concentrate fully on Bleeding Through. They followed up two years later with Obsession. The band signed with Epic shortly before the album's June release, but it was still issued through Trustkill. The record garnered the band glowing praise from publications like Revolver and Metal Hammer, the latter of which declaring the record Album of the Year. Touring heavily in support, including a Warped Tour run, Eighteen Visions shared nationwide dates with bands like Atreyu, HiM, and Avenged Sevenfold before hitting the U.K. with Lostprophets. Aiming to take their music to the next level and wanting a "huge sound," their self-titled Epic debut appeared in July 2006; by this point, the band had drummer Trevor Friedrich on board and Floyd was playing guitar. That album would prove to be the band's swan song, however. Eighteen Visions simply decided the time was right to move on and announced its breakup in spring 2007; their final two shows together were played that April in California. ~ Ryan J. Downey, Rovi
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chrismalec0
great band, love we are tonightless! !
@kwo5000 Not even close...wow.
Awesome band this was real heavy rock xD Met this band in a video game lol song " Waiting for the heavens "
The singer sounds like the singer in Chimaira
Obsession is the best one.
LIKE THE OLD S**T BETTER!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! C H E C K OUT LURID STATE@MYSPAC E (HARDFUCKINC O R E T H R A S H M E T A L )
kwo5000
Similar artists should list DEFTONES. "Tower of Snakes" is basically a remix of track 1 on 'Around the Fur'.
Eighteen Visions ROCKS! Old and new!
And I LOVE the music video, if you know what I mean! :)
although, their new stuff is pretty light. what the heck is up with that. it's like heavy, and then five years later, their balls fall off.
lolol!!! under similar artists, it compares this band to the red jumpsuit apparatus. somebody was smoking a little too much of that mj when they wrote that up.
i just found out about these guys the other day and man they rock and there new album rocks!!! but why did they have to split apart
Currently listening to The Psychotic Thought from thier 2001 Best of album. Then i'm remembering what i heard from their self titled and i'm thinking... WHAT THE F**K HAPPENED?!
THey used to be such a good band and then they started to suck donkey dick with their last release. what the hell happened?
conekiller13
To bad thier gone
THIS BAND FUKN ROX

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