Shrouded in mystery, Eighteen Visions have released their first new material since their 2017 Rise Records comeback album ‘XVIII’. A self release and a concept record inspired by Italian poet Dante Alighieri‘s 14th century masterwork The Divine Comedy, it has surfaced without fanfare; the only inkling of its appearance prior to it’s release being a soundcloud stream
Pro-Shot at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia Pennsylvania on 28th July, here’s a full set from the then newly reactivated Eighteen Visions! Joined by former Evergreen Terrace and current Stick To Your Guns Guitarist Josh James for the excellent “XVIII” which appeared from the Orange County Californian wrecking ball via Rise Records.
It’s been a little while since we did a playlist so here’s one from the top drawer. A career spanning collection of Eighteen Visions covers and rarities to keep those Monday blues away for a few minutes at least. Eighteen Visions current album “XVIII” is out now via Rise Records. Tracklisting Slipping Through the Hands
Opening up for Eighteen Visions at Camden Underworld tonight are Counting Days  – a London based Metalcore crew boasting Vocalist Thom Debare (ex-Heights), Guitarist Curtis Ward (ex-Bring Me The Horizon), Bassist Alex Dench (Rough Hands), Guitarist Charlie Wilson and Drummer Lasselle Lewis both from London hardcore mob The Revolution Continues aka TRC. Their debut
Its been nearly a decade after Eighteen Visions went their separate ways and vocalist James Hart started hard rock outfit Burn Halo. In 2013 original bassist Mick Morris passed away leaving for many fans the possibility that Eighteen Visions would not return, despite having played around with some material in 2012. So when teaser videos
Reactivated Orange County Metalcore kings Eighteen Visions have released a video for “Underneath My Gun” from their recently released album “XVIII” out now via Rise Records. The video features a guest appearance from Everytime I Die guitarist and wrestler Andy Williams as the the character Piper from cult 80s film “They Live”. The band will