Lock this in your diaries kids, Void of Vision will release their brand new album Hyperdaze on September 13th via UNFD and to get us all kinds of keen for what’s to come, they’ve released the first song from it called ‘Hole In Me‘ which sounds like The Prodigy blended with metalcore with plenty of ambient synth and distorted screams.
If you love your music heavy, angry and in your face, then Hyperdaze is going to be a feast for you to taste as vocalist Jack Bergin explains is full of “Pure hatred, self-loathing and nihilism” but if that isn’t enough, the band have gone every detail on their forthcoming release with a fine-tooth comb, making sure fans understand the progression and attention to detail they’ve delivered on it as Jack adds:
“From fine-tuning and tweaking all the synths and accompaniment to the grittiness and aggression of the vocals, we really wanted the pure anger that went into making these recordings to translate out the other side – something I feel we haven’t quite grasped on previous records.”
Pre-Order Hyperdaze right here
Void of Vision – Hyperdaze tracklisting
2. Year Of The Rat
4. If Only
5. Slave To The Name
7. Hole In Me
8. Kerosene Dream
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