Void of Vision Unleashes New Album, “Hyperdaze”

Release New Album
Out Now via UNFD
September 13, 2019 – Melbourne metalcore fourpiece Void of Vision are assaulting audiences everywhere with the release of their blistering new album Hyperdaze, out now via UNFD. Featuring singles “Hole In Me,” “Babylon,” and “If Only,Hyperdaze is an album of “Pure hatred, self-loathing and nihilism,” explains lead singer Jack Bergin. Fans can check it out now at unfd.lnk.to/Hyperdaze.
Though there’s no positivity or light to be drawn from the album, Bergin asserts that there’s a lot to unpack. Hyperdaze is an invitation into the depths of his world, with its creation process offering a steep exercise in catharsis for him as an individual and an artist. The result is a belting 11-track release that laces raw anger and vulnerability between superior musicianship.
On the band’s progression since their 2016 debut full-length, Bergin explains, “Children Of Chrome was an experiment, Hyperdaze is an experience.
“[Hyperdaze] is the most we’ve explored each and every detail that we put onto an album,” he continues. “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.
Chaotic, clever and cathartic, Hyperdaze is out now via UNFD. Atop the release, Void Of Vision will thrash stages in Australia, Europe and the UK in support of Northlane, and take to Heaven And Hell Festival this weekend alongside the likes of The Amity Affliction, Crossfaith, Underoath, Make Them Suffer, and Trophy Eyes. More details below.

Follow Void of Vision:
1. Overture
2. Year Of The Rat
3. Babylon
4. If Only
5. Slave To The Name
6. Adrenaline
7. Hole In Me
8. Kerosene Dream
9. Decay
10. Splinter
11. Hyperdaze
Void of Vision Upcoming Tour Dates:
September 14 – Riverstage, Brisbane AUS @ Heaven and Hell Festival
w/ Northlane:
October 11 – UNSW Roadhouse, Sydney AUS
October 12 – The Triffid, Brisbane AUS (SOLD OUT)
October 13 – The Triffid, Brisbane AUS
October 17 – 170 Russell, Melbourne AUS
October 18 – 170 Russell, Melbourne AUs (SOLD OUT)
October 19 – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide AUS (SOLD OUT)
November 22 – Germany Karlsruhe @ Weiße Rose
November 23 – France Paris @ Le Gibus
November 24 – Belgium Antwerp @ Zappa
November 26 – UK Leeds @ Stylus
November 27 – UK Manchester @ Academy 2
November 28 – UK Southampton @ Engine Rooms
November 29 – UK Glasgow @ Garage
November 30 – UK Birmingham @ o2 Academy 2 (SOLD OUT)
December 1 – UK London @ Electric Brixton
December 3 – Netherlands Haarlem @ Patronaat
December 4 – Denmark Copenhagen @ Hotel Cecil
December 5 – Sweden Eskilstuna @ Lokomotivet
December 7 – Finland Helsinki @ On the Rocks
December 9 – Sweden Gothenburg @ Trädgårn
December 10 – Germany Hamburg @ Markthalle
December 11 – Germany Berlin @ SO36
December 12 – Poland Warsaw @ Proxima
December 13 – Germany Leipzig @ Conne Island
December 14 – Czech Rep Prague @ Palac Akropolis
December 15 – Austria Wien @ Flex
December 17 – Germany München @ Backstage
December 18 – Switzerland Aarau @ Kiff
December 19 – Luxemburg Luxemburg @ den Atelier
December 20 – Germany Köln @ Essigfabrik
December 21 – Germany Wiesbaden @ Schlachthof

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