It's hard to imagine, but I'm sure many of you are too young to have listened to Vision of Disorder in the late 90s when they were making a name for themselves in the metalcore scene. It was over 15 years ago that their self titled debut dropped and it was in 1998 that their defining album, Imprint, was unleashed. Time flies. For those too young to have experienced this scene, Vision of Disorder have created an album that will transport you back to those days, albeit with better production values. The Cursed Remain Cursed feels like it could have been released right after From Bliss to Devastation. There's no attempt to shoehorn in modern day metalcore tropes to "fit in." Instead Vision of Disorder play what they know--good ol' metalcore before it was injected with overpowering keyboards, crab-walking, and bland open-chord breakdowns.