Legacy of Disorder come, for the most part, from New Zealand, where lead guitarist Rana Freilich met up with Jason Keill, and later vocalist James Robinson to begin shaping their own brand of metal. with Matt Thompson joining the L.O.D team just prior to recording their debut album.
Legacy Of Disorder recorded their debut album Titled "Legacy Of Disorder" in Texas in late 2008 with engineer/producer Sterling Winfield ( Pantera, Damageplan )
With lots of touring since the release of their debut album Legacy Of Disorder Returned to the studio again with Sterling Winfield in June 2011 to record their second album. This new album is currently in mix stage and is due to be released in the coming two months.
Once the new album is released Legacy Of Disorder will be out touring and pushing their brand of metal on the world.
Next up was the always kick ass Legacy of Disorder. We had caught their show earlier in April at the Aggie Theatre with GWAR, and were so stoked about their return, that we absolutely had to get an interview this time around. I love watching these guys play because they just make it look so easy to be so damn awesome. An obviously tight knit band, Legacy of Disorder brings to the table a clear and concise sound, with very to -the -point lyrics to match. After interviewing them before the show, we came to learn that these New Zealand dudes are down to earth and have a great sense of humor, as well as a great sense of brotherhood with their bandmates. It became very obvious that L.O.D. has a strong fanbase here in Colorado, as the circle pit was nonstop from the moment they stepped onstage. Learn more about Legacy of Disorder and hit up our interview with Rana and James on this page. To read the full review click HERE
Keep your (eye)horns up high,