Tuesday, December 29, 2009

VTT Plays After Christmas Show, Schedules two More Northeast Shows

December 29, 2009
Press Release
VTT Plays After Christmas Show, Schedules two More Northeast Shows
Fresh off a post-Christmas hometown benefit show, New Jersey’s VTT has announced two new live dates in early 2010. Currently working through plans for a full US tour, these two dates are the first in a handful of additional appearances in support of the band’s recently-released third full-length, 'Symptoms Of Sin.'

Having already shared the stage this month with Biohazard, Wisdom In Chains, Suicide City, and Trapped Under Ice, among others, VTT recently played an after-Christmas benefit show for the Lollipop Foundation, a local benefit group in late December. Meanwhile, the band has secured the aforementioned dates in support of ‘Symptoms Of Sin,’ an eight-track effort of driven metal produced by friend Biohazard singer/guitarist Billy Graziadei at Underground Sound Studios (Sick Of It All, Life Of Agony, Pantera), several tracks from ‘Symptoms of Sin’ are now online at the band's MySpace page.
The band’s latest music video for "The Victim," the album's lead track, is also now online along with other clips, including material from the band’s 2007 effort, ‘Alone In Pain,’ released under the VooDoo Terror Tribe moniker. The band has also released ‘Mandala’ in 2005, but ‘Symptoms Of Sin’ marks the debut of new vocalist Gil PZ, a Texas native who recently relocated to the band’s home state of New Jersey.

VTT Live
1/15/2010 Secaucus, NJ – The Blue Room (with Saints of Pain, Primemover, Nuclear Harvest, Regalia)
2/10/2010 New York, NY – Pyramid Club (The 4th Annual Broken Hearts Ball with Saints of Pain, Hate In The Box, Kore Rozzic)

“With their skill for producing metal it should be no time before someone inks a deal with these sick bastards” – HardRockHaven

“Unique and raw, aggressive harmonies, catchy lyrics... They are a hidden gem of metal” – RockEyes

"New Jersey's VTT ranges from sounding like old school Biohazard to the rocking ‘more commercial’ sounds of Sevendust, most importantly demonstrating that they can write some tried-and-true heavy metal arrangements that still have radio appeal" –

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