Blood On The Street
Unmistakably Vandal X, but more balanced and nuanced. Dont be fooled: the pounding and pummeling never ceases. Yet, this time around its a beautiful balance of fast paced blows and slow hitting uppercuts. It just might be also the most personal album up to date. Adding quite a bit of personal shit to the mix, this album cuts deep. The layering of aggression, precision, emotional depth, slow crushing intensity, and good old fashioned frenzy is masterfully tied together in Blood on the Street'. Theres quite some mileage on the bands track record, and this definitely shows. A mature display of immature behavior in 12 acts, brought to you by Vandal X.