VOID OF VISION have announced a brand new album!
The EP, titled Disturbia, is the follow up to 2016’s Children of Chrome and was co-written with John Deiley (NORTHLANE) and Sam Bassal (OCEAN GROVE), and produced by Drew Fulk (MOTIONLESS IN WHITE/I PREVAIL). Speaking about the new EP, frontman Jack Bergin says, “over the past year, I haven’t really been in a place which I could call ‘home’. I’d found myself lost numerous times and had to revisit a lot of dark places I never wanted to reflect back upon to do so. The term ‘Disturbia’ is coined as the dark side of a neighbourhood, a place I became all too familiar with. There is no particular theme for the EP, this was really for an experience I wanted myself to have, seeking the hopeful relief of facing my own demons. In the most unselfish way possible, I wrote this EP for myself, because I needed to.” Alongside the announcement of Disturbia, the band have also released the first single from the EP, titled Ghost In The Machine.
Watch the official video for Ghost In The Machine here:
The band are also supporting MISS MAY I on their UK tour in January 2018. Tour dates are as follows:
22nd Jan – Southampton Talking Heads
23rd Jan – Glasgow O2
24th Jan – Birmingham Mama Roux’s
25th Jan – Manchester Bead Shed
26th Jan – London Underworld
27th Jan – Bristol Exchange
Disturbia is out now via UNFD.
For more information on VOID OF VISION like their official page on Facebook.