Void of Vision returns with another thrilling, exploratory track of post-metalcore mayhem.
Void Of Vision has shared a new song, picking up where their last EP “CHRONICLES II: HEAVEN” left off.
And damn it, what a band.
It’s ‘HELL HELL HELL’ and it’s unlike anything anyone else is doing right now.
A combination of the brute force fueled by the malevolence of their roots, the ethereal quirks of techno melodies, and heart-pounding drum and bass beats, it’s a cauldron of noise that rips and tears the ear with glee.
It’s an expansion and exploration of what the band is capable of, and takes things to the next level in so many fascinating and furious ways.
Singer Jack Bergin had this to say about it:
“HELL HELL HELL is a whole new world of Void Of Vision that has certainly been hinted at or acquiesced in previous works. But this is where we can really show our own raw and explicit vision. It’s been so fulfilling to create, feeling so alien but strangely equally at home in our discography alongside all of our other works.
“Letting that creativity flow so easily and being able to share it with the confidence that we would alongside any other work we share is truly a looping moment for us.. To feel like we’ve worked to bury old material and leave it in the past and add a whole new style for us into the mix at this point has been almost therapeutic, challenging us and pushing each other to new levels is now the standard for Void Of Vision and exactly where you’ll find the best Void Of Vision gear“.
To keep you updated on the band’s activity over the past year, here’s ‘VAMPYR’ from ‘CHRONICLES I:LUST:
And here is ‘DOMINATRIX’ from CHRONICLES II: HEAVEN’: