The musical side of the ODK scene was at its peak in the mid to late nineties, with two active bands; VITALITY and ODK Crew.
Their first release is called Bloodline, everybody of the band was SxE in this period and most were veggie to. This reflects in some lyrics, they are dark and apocalyptic what is familiar to the H8000. Some show the inner fight of Steve, the vocalist. Musically this very influenced by the Clevo bands, so this can certainly be labeled as Edge-metal. They totally radiate a clean and purifying attitude with their sound and appearance. Everybody really looked up to them.
As they grew older they lost their SxE ideals. They released their second release, no longer on Sober Mind Records but on a French label called Overcome Records (Overcome Records is also the label that released the French Hardcore compilation "In This Other Land"). The band became befriended with the French KDS crew bands like Stormcore, Underground Society and A.W.O.L. With this album they kind of left the H8000 style for a less dark and more though guy sound. The sound is less clean and there is a higher ambience or fun level.
Also remarkable is that VITALITY never changed the line-up, all the members stayed true and dedicated to each other and the band. Although Jim Solid also did some replacements on vocals if Steve could me it. Another remarkable fact is that "Alien" King also played in RISE AND FALL when they just started. On the R&F demo they refer to him as AK. AK is now sound guy for Carcas.
Nowadays it is only Forced Hate and ODK Crew that exists. But the ODK skate shop is still open and the new generation of ODK kids are still looking up to the ODK posse and riding their skateboard on the dyke and the many skate spots Oostduinkerke has. The friendship is still as strong as always.