New Jersey metallers VTT confirms show W.A.S.P. gig in March, preps summer U.S. tour

New Jersey’s VTT is proud to announce a confirmed March 12 show in the band’s home state of New Jersey alongside legendary American metal band W.A.S.P. on their headlining trek. Plans are also underway for a tour of greater America later this year, most likely this summer; details will be available on that trek shortly.

In the meantime VTT will continue playing in and around the Northeastern US, continuing to support its third album, ‘Symptoms Of Sin,’ an eight-track effort of driven alt-metal produced by friend and Biohazard/Suicide City vocalist-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 ‘Symptoms’ lead track “The Victim” is also online – and currently featured at

VTT previously released ‘Alone In Pain,’ in 2007, and 2005’s ‘Mandala’ under the VooDoo Terror Tribe moniker, but ‘Symptoms Of Sin’ marks the debut of the shorter, acronym name. “The acronym better represents our new approach, and is iconic in its own way,” guitarist Emir Erkal recently stated in an interview. “While in a way we’re a tribe, the term ‘terror’ doesn’t usually apply.” ‘Symptoms Of Sin’ also sees the recording debut of new VTT vocalist Gil PZ, a Texas native who recently relocated to the band’s New Jersey headquarters

VTT live

3/12 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom (with W.A.S.P.)

3/27 Woodmere, NY – The Backstage


“…rock n’ roll vibration with heavy metal influence wrapped around giving it that much needed breath of fresh air…rest assured that there isn’t anything that these rock n’ rollers cannot do. Just give them the time and chance to sock it to you.” – Metal Maniacs

“Whether hitting heavy with the metal assaults or unleashing an alternative metal side, VTT’s song structure is solid.” – SMN News

“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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