UNFD is thrilled to announce the signing of Melbourne’s most exciting metalcore band Void Of Vision and their explosive debut album, Children Of Chrome, set for release on September 30.
Channeling all their rage and disillusionment with the world into 11 thought provoking tracks, Children Of Chrome is Void Of Vision’s statement for people who give a fuck in a world intoxicated by power, greed and hatred. The first cut comes via “//” featuring Drew Dijorio from Stray From The Path, a band who have helped shape Void Of Vision into what they are today.
“We share very similar ideals relating to the condition of this world,” says frontman Jack Bergin. “His section of the song in particular is a satirical take on the current inadequate immigration policies put in place by the Australian government. To have passion about what you’re singing about is such a crucial component of this genre and Drew’s part of the song does that justice, coming across exactly how it was intended to.”
IF YOU’RE NOT ANGRY, THEN YOU’RE NOT LISTENING
The void is hungry. It claims all and gives nothing back. The void is here. Its inky blackness is a mirror.
Void Of Vision number five souls. A soul is a heavy thing. Especially when it carries sad, bitter anger.
“Children Of Chrome are the people who give a fuck. We need them now more than anything.”
Eleven songs of protest, power and sheer energy. The world has changed with less.
“When all the lines are read between / You’ll begin to find nothing is as it seems.”
Listen: “This anger will not subdue until we have found a better way of living.”
The only explanation for this much fury is a deep love for the human race.
“The world is filled with so much hate, and it’s only getting worse.”
Drew York is a collaborator on this document of rage.
Words on this page were spoken by Jack Bergin.
The void takes all. The void gives nothing.
“Open your mouths. Open them now.”
The worm still feeds hungrily.
All might not be lost…
Look into the void.
Void Of Vision Children Of Chrome is out September 30 via UNFD.
1. // (feat. Drew York)
3. Ctrl Freak
4. The Hills
5. In Black & White
6. As Above, So Below
8. Under Skin
10. Red Handed
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