Loathe Announce European Tour With Void Of Vision

Loathe have announced a European tour with Void Of Vision. The trek will take place right before their previously announced UK tour. Here’s the dates:

09/30 Antwerp, BEL – Trix Club
10/01 Hannover, GER – Lux
10/02 Hamburg, GER – Headcrash
10/04 Copenhagen, DEN – Loppen
10/06 Oslo, NOR – John Dee
10/07 Fredericia, DEN – Tojhuset
10/08 Berlin, GER – Cassiopeia
10/09 Leipzig, GER – Naumanns
10/10 Munich, GER – Feierwerk
10/11 Aarau, SWI – Kiff
10/12 Frankfurt, GER – Das Bett
10/13 Cologne, GER – MTC Club
10/15 Paris, FRA – Backstage By The Mill
10/16 Haarlem, NET – Patronaat

Void Of Vision Share Music Video For New Song “Altar” Featuring Creeper’s Hannah Greenwood

Void Of Vision have premiered a new video for their new song “Altar.” This track features Creeper‘s Hannah Greenwood and it will appear on the band’s new EP “Chronicles II: Heaven,“ which is set to be released tomorrow (April 29). Vocalist Jack Bergin commented:

“‘Altar’ serves as the ‘climax,’ if you will, of the Chronicles series. It represents a stage where within loss, one’s world completely stops turning and life is left fleeting. I experienced a moment in time in said stage where I discovered that there are things death could never touch, and that love will always be impervious to its cold embrace. We really wanted the finale of this EP to leave our world that we’ve created extremely open to what could come next. I feel like we’re leaving our story teetering on the edge of either a rebirth harnessing new-found energy or a relapse into chaos and destruction…potentially even somewhere in-between.”

Void Of Vision Premiere “Into The Dark” Music Video

Void Of Vision have premiered a new video for their new song “Into The Dark.“ The track, which was co-produced by Lance Prenc and Architects drummer Dan Searle, is from the band’s new EP “Chronicles II: Heaven,“ which will be released on April 29. Here’s the track listing for that effort:

01. “Berghain”
02. “Dominatrix”
03. “Into The Dark”
04. “Saint Miserable”
05. “Altar” (feat. Hannah Greenwood)

August Burns Red Announce U.S. Tour With We Came As Romans, Hollow Front, & Void Of Vision

August Burns Red have announced a headlining U.S. tour. We Came As Romans, Hollow Front, and Void Of Vision will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

07/15 Harrisburg, PA – HMAC
07/16 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
07/17 Providence, RI – The Strand
07/19 Rochester, NY – Anthology
07/20 Hartford, CT – The Webster
07/22 Baltimore, MD – Ram’s Head Live
07/23 Norfolk, VA – Norva
07/24 Asheville, NC – Orange Peel
07/25 Knoxville, TN – The Mill & Mine
07/26 Columbia, SC – The Senate
07/28 Birmingham, AL – Iron City
07/29 New Orleans, LA – Republic
07/30 Austin, TX – Emos
07/31 Corpus Christi, TX – Brewster Street
08/01 Tucson, AZ – Encore
08/03 San Diego, CA – Soma
08/04 Santa Cruz, CA – Catalyst
08/05 Sacramento, CA – Ace Of Spades
08/06 Portland, OR – Roseland
08/08 Seattle, WA – Showbox Market
08/09 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
08/10 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
08/12 Great Falls, MT – The Newberry
08/13 Billings, MT – Zoo Montana
08/14 Fargo, ND – Fargo Brewing Outdoors
08/16 Minneapolis, MN – Fillmore
08/18 Lincoln, NE – Bourbon St
08/19 Des Moines, IA – Val Air
08/20 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
08/21 Bloomington, IL – Castle Theater
08/23 Ft. Wayne, IN – Piere’s
08/24 Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts
08/25 Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom
08/27 Long Island, NY – Paramount

Void Of Vision Premiere “Dominatrix” Music Video

Void Of Vision have premiered a new video for their new song “Dominatrix.” You can check that out below:

Vocalist Jack Bergin said the following about the song:

“The process began with that simple chorus vocal hook and ended up with our most adventurous attempt at a piece of work yet. I have never written, or attempted to pen a ‘love song’ before but this one just came extremely easily to me. The lyricism of ‘Dominatrix,’ while quite foreign within a Void Of Vision song, is really complimented here by the track’s pace, flaunting a certain urgency, a longing for excitement and stimulation.”

He also added the following about the video:

“The pre-production title for this track was funnily enough ‘niteclub’ so I think that the music video idea was always planted in my brain from the get go. Despite several obstacles hindering shoot day, including myself only leaving hospital the night before and a fire engine call out within the first 30 seconds of shooting, it all came out exactly how we envisioned which we were so happy with.

I really dialled in on the producer role for this video and I think it really gave me a LOT more confidence to take the idea of that role even further in the future. I really hope it puts people in the mindset we were in while creating this, and pushes forward a side of Void Of Vision that people haven’t particularly been introduced to properly yet. There’s a lot more where this came from that definitely pushes the envelope of the idea of VOV as a collective.”

[via HysteriaMag.com]

Void Of Vision Premiere “Vampyr” Music Video

Void Of Vision have premiered a new video for their new song “Vampyr.” This track is from the band’s new EP “Chronicles I: Lust,” which will be released on October 22.

Vocalist Jack Bergin commented:

“We are all a part of the mission to fight against the inappropriate behaviour in the Australian music industry, every one of us. While visible changes are now happening to shift the horrible behaviour within our environment, it is still a deep rooted culture problem that needs to be ripped out from underneath the surface. It all comes down to how we all collectively act upon these situations in our respective fields, we simply cannot allow anyone to continue abusing their power in a way that is harmful to women.

I know for a fact that I have stood idle before amongst a world full of dangerous men and their sycophants that will do whatever it takes to protect their unstable world… but this isn’t about me, this is about how much more we can all be doing in our positions to actively create a safe space for women. You can neglect accountability or wake up and ask yourself how it is all still happening in this day and age.”

Void Of Vision Premiere “The Lonely People” Music Video

Void Of Vision have premiered a new video for their latest single “The Lonely People.” You can check that out below:

Jack Bergin previously commented:

“‘The Lonely People‘ is a song for musicians by musicians.

For the first time in my life as a musician, I was sharing the same experience as so many other artists, strangely connected and suffering simultaneously. Through the extremely isolating timeline that really just had no end in sight, with setback after setback, the insane desire to create and perform reached new unearthly levels.

I feel like we’re witnessing a rebirth of so many calloused individuals that were faced with an impossible adversity. The past year has left us all with this insatiable appetite and an unspoken bond formed between the entire music community. We’re all willing to do anything we can to bring our art back into frame, and deep down know that we’re not alone there.”

Void Of Vision Premiere New Song “The Lonely People”

Void Of Vision have premiered a new song titled “The Lonely People.” You can check that out below:

Jack Bergin commented:

“‘The Lonely People‘ is a song for musicians by musicians.

For the first time in my life as a musician, I was sharing the same experience as so many other artists, strangely connected and suffering simultaneously. Through the extremely isolating timeline that really just had no end in sight, with setback after setback, the insane desire to create and perform reached new unearthly levels.

I feel like we’re witnessing a rebirth of so many calloused individuals that were faced with an impossible adversity. The past year has left us all with this insatiable appetite and an unspoken bond formed between the entire music community. We’re all willing to do anything we can to bring our art back into frame, and deep down know that we’re not alone there.”

On another note, the group have also announced the rescheduled dates for their Australian tour with Deadlights and The Gloom In The Corner:

01/06 Brisbane, AUS – The Zoo
01/07 Newcastle, AUS – Cambridge Sideroom
01/08 Sydney, AUS – Crowbar
01/13 Melbourne, AUS – Corner Hotel
01/14 Adelaide, AUS – Lion Arts Factory
01/15 Perth, AUS – Amplifier (no The Gloom In The Corner)

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.”