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Published on September 4th, 2019 | by Hype Editorial

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VOID OF VISION UNLEASH NEW SINGLE “BABYLON”

Ahead of the release of their sophomore album Hyperdaze next week, Void Of Vision are offering another taste with the bleak and blistering single “Babylon.” Soaking in lines such as “ there is no God, we were born to rotw and we all die the fucking same,” “Babylon” is the ultimate parcel of rancour.

 

On “Babylon,” Void Of Vision lead vocalist Jack Bergin explains that the track is a purposeful and direct anarchist anthem, his own “dark twisted little fantasy.”

 

’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,” he explains. “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.

 

Atop the album’s release next week, Void Of Vision will take to Heaven And Hell Festival alongside the likes of The Amity Affliction, Crossfaith, Underoath, Make Them Suffer, and Trophy Eyes, and support Northlane across Australia, Europe and the UK. More details below.

 

Hyperdaze, Void of Vision’s forthcoming sophomore album, will be available on Friday, September 13th, 2019 via UNFD. Fans can pre-save the album now, here: https://unfd.lnk.to/PresaveHyperdaze.

Follow Void of Vision:

facebook.com/voidofvision

unfdcentral.com

 

HYPERDAZE TRACK LISTING

  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 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

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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