Tag: Disturbia

Review: “Chronicles I: Lust” from Void Of Vision

Our first meeting with Melbourne Australian Nu-Metalcore quartet Void Of Vision came in 2017 with their EP “Disturbia” and from then on in it has always seemed like frontman Jack Bergin’s Mental Health has been something of a hellscape upon which the band can find no end of inspiration from which to vent upon. It

NEWS: Void Of Vision drink blood…

…or snake venom with their new cut “Vampyr” which will appear pride of place on a new EP “Chronicles I: Lust” that is set for 22nd October via UNFD, who themselves are celebrating a decade of destruction with a run of unique offerings from various bands on their roster. If the cover art is anything

NEWS: Void Of Vision are lonely?

It has been mixed news from the Void Of Vision camp recently as on the one hand they have re-issued their debut EP “Broken // Bones” on vinyl in three variants due to popular demand but on the other they have had to postpone their Australian tour with Deadlights and The¬†Gloom In The Corner until

NEWS: Void Of Vision decay again…

Joining a recent trend in releasing a full music video a week or so after an audio stream, Australian DJentlemen Void Of Vision have returned to their recent re-imagined version of “Decay” for a hallucination inducing mind trip of a video. If you missed it the first time around, this new version sees the quartet

NEWS: Void of Vision and Thornhill join forces!

Coming with a warning that the video contains scenes of graphic violence and bloody images, Australian DJentlemen Void Of Vision have been joined by Jacob Charlton of Thornhill for a new version of their song “Year of the Rat“. It comes as they currently album “Hyperdaze“, mixed and mastered by Lance Prenc (Polaris, Alpha Wolf,

Live Review: Northlane w/Void Of Vision & Polaris @ The Electric Brixton

We’re left with one eyebrow raised following the news over at The PRP earlier this week here that Silent Planet had exited the “Alien” tour stage left for “reasons outside of their control”. Later on there is an essay from vocalist Garrett Russell about his Mental Health struggles being the reason they’ve gone home prematurely

Review: “Hyperdaze” by Void Of Vision

After the highly impressive entrance into cathartic writing that was their “Disturbia” EP and a run of shows that took Melbourne Metalcore quartet (vocalist James Bergin, guitarist and clean vocalist James McKendrick, guitarist Mitch Farlie and drummer George Murphy) toured the Globe, including appearing at London’s iconic Camden Underworld with Miss May I. That was

NEWS: Void Of Vision of “Psychosocial”!

Released on the cover of Metal Hammer Magazine last month was a 9 song Slipknot cover CD entitled “March Of The Maggots” from which is taken this cut of “Psychosocial” performed by Void Of Vision! They were joined by Marcus Bridge from Northlane alongside Sean Harmanis of Make Them Suffer and Ryan Siew of Polaris

NEWS: Void of Vision release NEW song “Kill All My Friends”!

Hinted at since the 18th November, Melbourne Australian Tech-Metal infused Metalcore quartet Void Of Vision who we had the pleasure of witnessing live at the beginning of the year have released a brand new single! Entitled “Kill All My Friends”, it appears just over a year after the bands exceptional EP “Disturbia” dropped via UNFD.

NEWS: Void Of Vision tell you straight…

Having been released and then promptly pulled earlier in the week, Void Of Vision‘s official music video for “You Will Bring Me Down” has finally resurfaced. Australian bands and indeed UNFD’s roster are looking pretty hot right now. Void Of Vision’s stunningly good EP “Disturbia” is out now via the aforementioned UNFD.