s/t[engl] After touring throughout the world, Dutch hardcore punk band VITAMIN X return with their first recorded output in three years. Capturing the manic aggression of their notorious live shows VITAMIN X take their furious hardcore sound even further into the realms of 70's rock riffage and wild guitar solos, never letting up on the high energy thrash punk. Recorded and Engineered at Electrical Audio Studios in Chicago by Steve Albini (Nirvana, Neurosis) it has an enormous sound. The album features lead vocals by NEGATIVE APPROACH’s John Brannon on two songs and amazing artwork by John Baizley (Baroness, Pig Destroyer).
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