Posted in music | tour dates on June 14, 2010

by BBG

Vision of Disorder at Irving Plaza (photo by Keith Wick)
Vision of Disorder

More hardcore reunions!

Reunited Long Island metalcore-rs Vision of Disorder have a new show scheduled at Gramercy Theater on August 20th. Tickets are on sale, but no word on who will support the reactivated team. VOD is currently working on new material that will appear on an upcoming LP.

Yuppicide brought their ska-influenced hardcore to their first show in twelve years at Black & Blue Bowl, and the band has added a second NYC show at Santos on July 10th with Primitive Weapons and Old Yorke. Tickets are on sale. The show is one of two US dates currently scheduled, as the band is also scheduled to play El N Gee Club in New London, CT on 7/31 after their appearance at the Full Force Festival in Germany on 7/3.

NYC's Inside Out will play their first show in 21 years at Santos Party House with Razorblade Handgrenade, No Tolerance, Vigilant Hotel and Activator on August 14th (tickets). NYC's Inside Out is not to be confused with the west coast version, which featured Zach of Rage Against The Machine and Vic of 108/Burn.

Finally, Grey Area will reunite for a show at Cake Shop on June 25th with Static Radio and The Revelling. Tickets are on sale (for the show that IS at Cake Shop - not Europa like the ticket link says). For the unfamiliar, the band features members of Warzone, Kill Your Idols, Black Train Jack, and Token Entry melding their sound into a more melodic approach to NYHC that yielded two LPs. At one point the band featured bassist Syd Butler (of Les Savy Fav), though it is not known who will fill in on bass at Cake Shop. It's one of two upcoming shows or the band. The other is in Philly. Flyer below.

Don't forget the forthcoming Deathcycle show (at 538 Johnson on 7/31, and a second TBA) as well as 1.6 Band, who originally reformed in 2009 and will play Cake Shop (not The Studio at Webster Hall) on June 27th with Substratus and Dump Body.

On a different note, Sick of It All played Gramercy on 6/11 (Friday). How was it?

Grey Area



Comments (18)

Deathcycle - July 30th at the Broadway Bar in Amityville NY

Check the flyer for both gigs here -

Posted by Ricardo Sheets | June 14, 2010 5:10 PM

Hardcore was a dead-end genre lifestyle to begin with. And you know those "musicians" haven't done anything substantial with their lives since their late teens and early twenties, so of course cashing in on the old glory is the way to go.

Are there any skinheads pushing forty who are still living the life?

Posted by Regular reader | June 14, 2010 5:13 PM

"ska-influenced hardcore" Yuppicide?! Ya'll retarded.

Posted by Anonymous | June 14, 2010 5:23 PM

Yes, 523. Ska influenced

What do you call this?

It ain't reggae. It's watered down Ska punk

Posted by Anonymous | June 14, 2010 5:35 PM

Inside Out isn't from NYC. They're from CA, fyi

Posted by Anonymous | June 14, 2010 10:07 PM

There are two. This one is from NYC.

Posted by Anonymous | June 14, 2010 10:36 PM

Hey 10:07, See above. Thanks for reading!

"NYC's Inside Out is not to be confused with the west coast version, which featured Zach of Rage Against The Machine and Vic of 108/Burn."

Posted by BBG | June 14, 2010 10:50 PM

man for a brief second i was soooo stoked when i saw inside out...sadly not the cali one. ah well...

Posted by Anonymous | June 14, 2010 11:54 PM

so Yuppicide has one or two songs that have a ska vibe and they're labeled as ska-punk? unreal. ya know, Sheer Terror has a lot of ballads too...

how do people not know that there are two Inside Outs? the NY one while not as legendary as it's Cali counterpart, is still not all that bad. there's a CD floating around released by Lost & Found some 15 years or so ago that has the NY Inside Out paired with the Alone in a Crowd (ex-Side by Side) 7".

Posted by Anonymous | June 15, 2010 1:18 AM

i wonder if lost and found ripped them off like they did to everyone else.

i grew up on nyhc and never heard of a nyc inside out.

Posted by Anonymous | June 15, 2010 1:33 AM

Having a couple ska influenced songs doesn't make Yuppicide a Ska-Punk band. Operation Ivy is a Ska-Punk band and there's a big difference there.

Posted by Anonymous | June 15, 2010 9:12 AM

Regular reader : Interesting. One of the lead articles today is coverage of a successful hardcore group, in the age bracket you are describing, that seems to be doing pretty well. It's pretty amazing that you wasted all of that time just to talk out of your ass.

Posted by Anonymous | June 15, 2010 9:58 AM

Yuppicide is much more reggae-influenced (on a few songs) than ska-influenced. Seems pretty obvious to me.

Posted by Anonymous | June 15, 2010 9:59 AM

you people are idiots. thanks for the write up BBG, 90 percent of these boneheads dont know what they're talking about.

Posted by Anonymous | June 15, 2010 10:24 AM

You're not hardcore unless you live hardcore

Posted by Anonymous | June 15, 2010 11:36 AM

it's hilarious to read ppl puzzling out yuppicide's influences-they can barely play their instruments. cool band though

@958-reg reader is right in the sense that hardcore is a dead-end genre. but the kids don't know any better and just buy up the latest hacks.
so many hardcore bands are just that: hardcore bands.

Posted by dime-a-dozen _____-rock band | June 15, 2010 6:55 PM

yea so many hardcore bands are just harcore bands, so i listen to lighting bolt and pelican instead.. real shit....fgt

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2010 12:55 PM

A band called the Vigilant Hotel? That is the place that has over one million bedbugs on 8th Ave in Manhattan.

Maybe the band members live is a dump and only an idiot housing inspector would not condemn it. It is Ground Zero of all bedbugs in NYC...that is why we have so many bedbugs...

Posted by Mal | August 17, 2010 10:18 AM

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