Void Of Vision Unveil New Single & Music Video, 'HELL HELL HELL'

18 October 2022 | 7:01 pm | Mary Varvaris
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The band's first new music since their April EP, CHRONICLES II: HEAVEN.

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Void Of Vision have released their new single and its music video, HELL HELL HELL. It's their first song since the CHRONICLES II: HEAVEN EP came out in April.

The song introduces wicked electronics from the get-go, with vocalist Jack Bergin's ripping vocals over them. HELL HELL HELL is consumed by darkness and an anxiety-inducing atmosphere that's thrilling; it's hard to know what will come next. If you had expectations for a new Void Of Vision song, the lads - James McKendrick (lead guitar, vocals), rhythm guitarist Mitch Fairlie and drummer George Pfaendner ultimately surpass them. 

Void Of Vision remain in a heavy pocket of metal and industrial music, and it's wholly futuristic. 

"HELL HELL HELL is a brand new world of Void Of Vision that has definitely been hinted at or given a nod in previous work," Bergin shares, "But this is where we truly get to showcase our own raw and explicit take on it. It's been so insanely fulfilling to create, feeling so foreign yet strangely just as much at home within our discography alongside all our other works."

Continuing, he reveals, "To let this creativity flow so effortlessly and be able to share this with the confidence we would alongside any other piece of work we share is truly a full circle moment for us. Feeling as if we've been working to bury old material and leave it in the past and adding a whole new style for us into the mix at this stage has been almost therapeutic, challenging ourselves and pushing each other to new levels is now the norm for Void Of Vision and exactly where you'll find the best material from Void Of Vision."

The band is heading to the UK for a massive tour with Holding Absence in January 2023. But before those shows take place, Void Of Vision will embark on a regional tour of Australia this November alongside Diamond Construct and The Beautiful Monument with "new music, new places," and a "new live set."

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View the HELL HELL HELL music video below.


Friday 11 November 2022 - Altar - Hobart
Saturday 12 November 2022 - Royal Oak Hotel, Launceston
Wednesday 16 November 2022 – Baby, Ringwood
Thursday 17 November 2022 - Barwon Club, Geelong
Friday 18 November 2022 - Pelly Bar, Frankston
Saturday 19 November 2022 - Froth And Fury Festival, Adelaide
Thursday 24 November 2022 - Beer Deluxe, Albury
Friday 25 November 2022 - La La La's, Wollongong
Saturday 26 November 2022 - Ocean View Beach Club, Central Coast
Friday 2 December 2022 - Mo's Desert Clubhouse, Burleigh Heads
Saturday 3 December 2022 - Kings Beach Tavern, Caloundra

Tickets here.