Void of Vision drop new song ‘Kill All My Friends’ ahead of Good Things Fest

One of the most chaotic and energetic new bands to emerge over the past few years is Void of Vision who in two songs at UNIFY 2018 made me an instant fan due to the sheer ferocity behind them and now you can jump on the hype train (or continue riding) with their new song ‘Kill All My Friends‘.

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Frontman Jack Bergin‘s uniquely-scratchy unclean vocals return with a song that’s full of everything you and your mates want from a heavy banger, breakdowns, group vox, sing-a-long sections, moshpit inducing tempo and RIFFS. According to Bergin, the song is about exactly what you’d think:

“We live in a dog eat dog world, instinctually measuring ourselves against each other to vie for status. Behind the scenes, creatives will throw away all values to do whatever it takes to not view themselves as a failure by their own metric. The industry can be extremely ugly under skin.”

“This is probably the most honest that I have been with my lyrics, the track reflects a turning point in my life where I took a step back to look at my own values. Brutal honesty is helping me shape some of my favourite work to date so I can see myself doing a lot more of this kind of writing in the future.”

If there’s one thing we love, its brutal honesty and this song delivers both in a nice handy package. Listen to it on Spotify and get keen as fuck to see the guys debuting this song at Good Things Festival next weekend

Good Things Festival + Locals

Good Things Festival 2018

The Offspring (Performing ‘Smash’ In Full)
Stone Sour
All Time Low | Dropkick Murphys
Bullet For My Valentine | The Used
BABYMETAL | The Smith Street Band
Dashboard Confessional
 (Performing songs from ‘The Places You
Have Come To Fear The Most’ + Fan Favourites)
Mayday Parade | La Dispute
Northlane | The Wonder Years
Waterparks | Tonight Alive | Scarlxrd | Emmure
Palaye Royale | Make Them Suffer | Waax
Boston Manor | Void Of Vision | Ecca Vandal
Stuck Out (Melb), Redhook (Syd) and Stateside (Bris)

Friday 7 December – Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne – Licenced All Ages 15+
Saturday 8 December – Parramatta Park, Sydney – 18 + Only
Sunday 9 December – Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane – Licenced All Ages 15+

Tickets Here

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