Vision Of Disorder are a hardcore band from Long Island, NY founded in 1992. The band played a chaotic yet groovy style of hardcore which caught the attention of Supersoul Recordings, the Roadrunner subsidiary run by Youth Of Today's Ray Cappo. They released their debut self-titled album in 1996, the year after they were featured in N.Y.H.C., the New York hardcore documentary directed by Frank Pavich. VOD went on to release three more albums during their original run, as they broke up in 2002, but they reunited in 2008 and have been playing and making new music sporadically ever since. This original Vision Of Disorder shirt, professionally altered lengthwise in great condition, is from their 1998 album Imprint. Again, this shirt was professionally altered and fits like a shorter large, please refer to our measurements for exact sizing.