Wednesday, December 9, 2009

VTT releases third record; schedules special show with Biohazard

VTT releases third record; schedules special show with Biohazard

New Jersey’s VTT is proud to announce the recent release of the band’s third full-length record, 'Symptoms of Sin,' an eight-track effort of driven alt-metal produced by friend Billy Graziadei (Biohazard, Suicide City) at Underground Sound Studio. In support, a handful of of tracks from the release are now online at the band's MySpace page, along with the music video for the album's lead track, "The Victim." VTT has also scheduled a special show this weekend with Biohazard as part of the band's 20th anniversary tour stop Dec. 12 at Crocodile Rock in Allentown, Pa. to support the release and once again share the stage with the metal luminaries.

Meanwhile, 'Symptoms of Sin' features a live track from the band's 2007 album, 'Alone In Pain,' a radio edit, and the aforementioned video to "The Victim." The video is not only
available online , but also on the digipack CD pressing of 'Symptoms of Sin,' offering fans a true enhanced experience.

, formed in 2005 under the moniker of Voodoo Terror Tribe, is fresh out of the studio for 'Symptoms of Sin' - and a busy 2009 - with plans for another video from the LP already rolling forward, and forthcoming details for more live appearances in support of the release in the works; expect more details shortly.

"We poured everything that we had and everything that we have become into this record,” VTT guitarist Emir Erkal says. “It was meticulous, grueling, stressful and insightful, but we found a new sound. It's been quite a long road, and now we wanna prove to the fans that it's all been worth it."

VTT on the road
12/12 Allentown, PA – Crocodile Rock (with Biohazard, Trapped Under Ice, Wisdom In Chains, etc)

Symptoms of Sin, is available digitally for review and interview consideration through A Guy Named Bob PR here: [[[ contact for download information ]]]. Please get in touch for any interview requests or if you would like physical product, which is also available for writers.

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