Eighteen Visions have gone through many incarnations across their career — chaotic metalcore, melodic post-hardcore, STP-esque alt-rock — but the O.C. outfit’s nastiest, heaviest iteration is found on 2000’s Until the Ink Runs Out. It’s a brutal, dissonant affair packed with movie references (from The Shining to Back to the Future), of-the-era long-ass song titles and brilliantly knotty playing from guitarists Keith Barney and Brandan Schieppati, the latter of whom would split after 2002’s Vanity to focus on his other band, Bleeding Through. Revolver Staff
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