…with a third and final single in the form of “Splinter” that sees them joined by Kadeem France of Liverpool Gloom Metal pioneers Loathe, Australian Nu-Metalcore merchants Void Of Vision have announced that 5th March will see their re-imagined version of last year’s “Hyperdaze” record appearing in full. The previous singles have seen them joined by
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
After the announcement of a July tour with The Amity Affliction, Waxx and Nerve Damage across Australia earlier this week, Void Of Vision have released a collaborative version of their song “Decay” that sees them joined by singer-songwriter and rapper Ecca Vandal. That’s the second reworked track from their current outing “Hyperdaze” in the month
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,
Getting on board with the skills of The AV Club, Void Of Vision have shared a music video for “Decay” from their current album “Hyperdaze” which sees vocalist Jack Bergin lose his mind in an echo of the cathartic writings of the lyrics of the track itself. The Lance Prenc (Polaris, Gravemind, In Hearts Wake)
Still riding the high on the release of their sophomore album “Hyperdaze” and their tour with Northlane, Unify caught up Void Of Vision to chat through album inspiration, up and coming Australian bands and possible future collaborations at the annual Metal Festival taking place in Tarwin Lower in Victoria, Australia.
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
Back to the 2019 Heaven & Hell Festival in Riverstage Brisbane Australia on 14th September and this time the live debut of new Void of Vision single “If Only”! New album “Hyperdaze”, from which the song is taken, was released via UNFD this past weekend. Check out our review!
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
Following “Hole In Me” and “Babylon”, Melbourne Metalcore crew Void Of Vision have launched a third vessel from “Hyperdaze”. Having made use of the publicity of their Slipknot cover for Metal Hammer Magazine, “If Only” should be the last pre-album launch single with 13th September (Friday) via UNFD having been selected…