This is from 1996 on Schuylkill Records. I don't know anything about Violent Society except what I've learned from the short Wikipedia article about them (which lists this record as having come out in 1998, though it came out in 1996). Apparently they were together for over a decade and toured with some big bands, but this is all I've got by them. I assume they're named after the Special Duties song, who they also happened to do a split with later on. Their tracks are solid examples of late-90s hardcore punk, but nothing compared to the Boils.
The Boils are one of those bands that make me hate punk rock. They've been around for a long time and put out tons of great records, but they still get outsold by all the fucking PunkCore Records or Bridge9 bands or whoever is hot at the moment. They had a couple other splits before this 7" I haven't tracked down, but the maturity of the band so early on is surprising. I'd suggest getting one of their more recent records The Ripping Waters EP. It's one of my favorite punk 7"s of all time. They've always had great lyrics, and this is no exception. The example I'll put out is their first song, "Dependent" (with their disclaimer: "this is not a straight edge song, this is the goddamn, fucking truth!":
Experiment expeditions made you lose all inhibitions
It went as far as anything you could get your hands upon
A blanket of security, windows of oppurtunity
Opened the doors you couldn't open up before
It became a necessity, physically and mentally
But you can't deny it and sat 'it can stop anyday'...
1. Violent Society-Times of Distraught
2. Violent Society-Another Casualty
3. Violent Society-Decide
4. The Boils-Dependent
5. The Boils-Paper Dolls
6. The Boils-Gone Dead and Buried (the MP3 cuts off the last half second of this, so it's an awkward outro, sorry, but I didn't want to spend mroe time ripping it again for such a small piece)
Download Violent Society/The Boils Split 7"