Vision of Disorder

Vision of Disorder

For the Bleeders

Go Kart

For some reason, I always thought that Go Kart was a pop-punk label. Now, my mom would say, “Patrick, you are always stereotyping record labels. Let them put out death metal if they want.” Well, yeah she is probably right. These guys give me visions of Thrash, grunge, and hardcore, and I can’t really understand why so many kids like them so much. At times, they can bust out some cool grind, but then they sound like Alice in Chains. Not very appetizing, but I know people that will love it, so who the hell am I?

Go Kart Records, P.O. Box 20, Prince Street Station, New York, NY 10012; http://www.gokartrecords.com/

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