Void Of Vision Recruit Northlane, Silent Planet, Crossfaith, Etc. Members For “Hyperdaze (Redux)”

Void Of Vision have announced that they will be releasing a new “redux” version of their 2019 album “Hyperdaze” on March 5. The effort will feature multiple guests including members of Northlane, Silent Planet, Crossfaith, and more.

“Hyperdaze (Redux)” Track Listing:

01. “Year Of The Rat” (feat. Jacob Charlton of Thornhill)
02. “Babylon” (feat. Bobak Rafiee of Justice For The Damned)
03. “If Only” (feat. Lucas Woodland of Holding Absence)
04. “Slave To The Name” (feat. Jamie Hails of Polaris)
05. “Adrenaline” (remixed by Jon Deiley of Northlane)
06. “Hole In Me” (feat. Ken Koie of Crossfaith)
07. “Kerosene Dream” (feat. Garrett Russell of Silent Planet)
08. “Decay” (feat. Ecca Vandal)
09. “Splinter” (feat. Kadeem France of Loathe)
10. “Hyperdaze” (remixed by Up Late)

Jack Bergin commented:

“The people I hand-picked for each track not only bring their own influence on board, but also build on what was already such an emotionally heavy release. It’s fully shaken the album up and spat it out somehow even more powerful than the original. We are super proud that we could create such a bold and collaborative project and still have it translate as we originally intended it to.”

“After reaching out to some of our close peers and friends in the music industry we quickly locked some names in on their respective tracks to get the ball rolling. From there we looked at the 2020 Void Of Vision touring schedule that never came to be and reached out to a bunch of the names we were supposed to be sharing stages with. Overall we felt free to get creative and branch out and that lead to hitting up some people up outside of our realm (Ecca, Up Late) that could really take a track and flip it on its head.”

With this news, the band have also shared the record’s latest single, a new version of “Splinter” featuring Loathe’s Kadeem France. You can check that out below:

Void Of Vision Premiere New Video For “Decay” Featuring Ecca Vandal

Void Of Vision have premiered a new video for a reimagined version of “Decay” featuring Ecca Vandal. The original version of the song is from the band’s 2019 album “Hyperdaze.” Vocalist Jack Bergin commented:

“We have all been familiar with the name Ecca Vandal for quite a while now, it wasn’t until our run together on Good Things Festival ‘18 that we REALLY pricked up our ears though. Unfortunately we clashed sets each day except for the last, so when I got to run over and catch those last few songs it was everything I hoped for and more, ever since then she’s been a playlist regular. We were so stoked that she was down to collaborate and work in her own style so effortlessly. Ecca has such a powerful presence and now it’s been stamped on a little piece of VOV history.”

Void Of Vision Premiere Music Video For New Song “Year Of The Rat” Featuring Thornhill’s Jacob Charlton

Void Of Vision have premiered a new single titled “Year Of The Rat.“ This track features Thornhill’s Jacob Charlton and an official video for it can be found below:

Void Of Vision Premiere “Decay” Music Video

Void Of Vision have premiered a new video for their song “Decay.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Hypderdaze.”

Jack Bergin commented:

“Before isolation hit we had a lot in the pipeline that was completely thrown out the window, including an elaborate music video idea which was immediately sidelined. We still wanted to pump out some form of visual for another track from the album, so fortunately these setbacks left us looking outside the box for opportunities to create.

Inspiration for this new clip came as the lease at my current rental finished up, leaving us with a blank canvas in the form of an empty house and leftover music video props. Going in with a budget of $0 was something very different for us but we managed to come out with a super simple yet effective isolation home movie. (Yes, we got our bond back).”

Void Of Vision Premiere “If Only” Music Video

Void Of Vision have premiered a new video for their new song “If Only.” This track is from the band’s new album “Hypderdaze,” which will be released on September 13.

Jack Bergin commented:

“‘James [McKendrick, guitar/vocals] put forward the rough draft to us with one line/melody of ‘just let me drown’ and I loved it. I based the rest of the song’s lyrics off that phrase and we went from there. I wanted to reflect in the video the feeling of hopelessness that flooded my brain when putting the initial thoughts of this song down, where I had come to terms with the fact I was losing myself through those around me who were already lost.”

Void Of Vision Premiere New Song “Babylon”

Void Of Vision have premiered a new song titled “Babylon.” This track is from the band’s new album “Hypderdaze,” which will be released on September 13.

Jack Bergin commented:

“‘Babylon‘ is my outlook on the world that I live in. I see day in and day out the integrity of the human race decline further and further through ignorance and injustice. At the end of it all, I can’t help but feel a sense of impending doom for humanity if it continues on like it is, the end most likely bought upon us by our own blatant disregard for one another.

It’s a bleak and defeated mentality but I really just wanted to express my current frame of mind to accompany the rest of those dark thoughts amongst ‘Hyperdaze‘.”

Void Of Vision Stream Cover Of Slipknot’s “Psychosocial”

Void Of Vision are streaming their cover of Slipknot‘s “Psychosocial.“ The track, which was recorded for Metal Hammer‘s “March Of The Maggots” compilation, features Marcus Bridge (Northlane), Sean Harmanis (Make Them Suffer) and Ryan Siew (Polaris).

Void Of Vision Premiere “Hole In Me” Music Video, Reveal Details For New Album “Hypderdaze”

Void Of Vision have premiered a new video for their new song “Hole In Me.” This track is from the band’s new album “Hypderdaze,” which will be released on September 13.

“Hypderdaze” Track Listing:

01. “Overture”
02. “Year Of The Rat”
03. “Babylon”
04. “If Only”
05. “Slave To The Name”
06. “Adrenaline”
07. “Hole In Me”
08. “Kerosene Dream”
09. “Decay”
10. “Splinter”
11. “Hyperdaze”

Jack Bergin said the following about the new record:

“[Hyperdaze] is the most we’ve explored each and every detail that we put onto an album. 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.”