After the release of the CHRONICLES II: HEAVEN EP earlier this year, Melbourne’s Void Of Vision unforgettably spiral headfirst into the abyss with the video for new single “HELL HELL HELL.” Watch it here.

Stepping fearlessly beyond their previous works into more caustic and clear-cut new territory, “HELL HELL HELL” is a ferocious extension of the quartet’s trademark metal — part-industrial, part-futuristic, and fully monumental from start to finish.

“‘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,” shares vocalist Jack Bergin. “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.”

A shattering glimpse into what’s to come next from the increasingly expansive Void Of Vision journey, “HELL HELL HELL” is a fitting sonic inferno, while also firmly demonstrating the significant progression that Bergin, and bandmates James McKendrick, Mitch Fairlie,and George Pfaendner have collectively pursued since forming back in 2013. 

“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,” Bergin continues. “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.”

Previously swapping angst and self-loathing for personal growth and introspection between their previous EPs CHRONICLES I: LUST and CHRONICLES II: HEAVENrespectively, fans will get to witness the divine fire and brimstone of Void Of Vision’s latest single “HELL HELL HELL.”

Jack Bergin — Vocals      
James McKendrick — Vocals, Guitar   
Mitch Fairlie — Guitar   
George Pfaendner — Drums  


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