Void Of Vision announce Hell Hell Hell Regional Tour

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Void Of Vision announce Hell Hell Hell Regional Tour

Melbourne metalcore trailblazers Void Of Vision are heading out on a regional tour with special guests Diamond Construct and The Beautiful Monument.

Fresh off the release of their gripping EP CHRONICLES II: HEAVEN and their huge headline tour, Void Of Vision are set to close out 2022 with the Hell Hell Hell regional tour, kicking off on Friday 11 November in Hobart.

Void Of Vision will then take their dazzling mix of crushing beauty and sharpened brutality to Launceston, Ringwood, Geelong, Frankston, Albury, Wollongong, the Central Coast, and the Gold Coast before closing out proceedings on Saturday 3 December at Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast.

“We haven’t touched some of these cities in years… some of these places we haven’t had the chance to play EVER. We can’t wait to reach out to these parts of the country and share the new honed in Void Of Vision live experience with everyone, as well as some more surprises we’ve been sitting on,” says Jack Bergin, Void Of Vision

Void Of Vision regional tour dates

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

Stay up to date with all the epic festivals and events happening in and around the region here.

Picking up where the quartet’s 2021 EP CHRONICLES I: LUST left off, CHRONICLES II: HEAVEN celebrated the profound self and sonic exploration that Void Of Vision, and frontman Jack Bergin in particular, have increasingly experienced over the past few years. Swapping angst and self-loathing for notions of personal growth and introspection, HEAVEN also fused towering soundscapes, electro elements and plenty of shapeshifting metal, cementing Void Of Vision’s formidable reputation beyond the underground while readily opening the door for even greater heights to come.

With impending shows this October in the UK alongside Loathe, as well as a current North America run with August Burns Red, We Came As Romans and Hollow Front, Void Of Vision will continue to kick massive touring goals this year, closing out with their regional Australian tour – and for anyone who has already witnessed the quartet in action, these shows are guaranteed to be something truly special.

Jack Bergin adds, “It’s been insanely rewarding hopping back on the road in a post pandemic world. Getting right back into the thick of it overseas and back at home these past few months has re-invigorated our love for it all… now that we’ve seen what can be taken away so easily from us at the drop of a hat, putting this brand new energy into the live performances almost comes naturally, we‘ve never been more hungry for something in our lives.”

Aussie metal mavericks Diamond Construct, hailing from Taree, hurl grooves, hooks and blazing modernity into their high-octane output, flitting between bombastic heavier moments and softer fragments with effortless ease. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Northlane, Architects and Mesuggah, the group’s sophomore 2016 EP Event Horizon hit #1 on the iTunes metal charts, while their debut self-titled full-length album firmly announced Diamond Construct’s blockbuster ways to the world. And, as anyone who has witnessed the gents onstage, a live DC show is something you won’t forget in a hurry.

Melbourne rockers The Beautiful Monument balance stirring vulnerability, emo hooks and plenty of crushing moments, with their emotive 2019 album I’m the Reaper steadfastly showcasing the group’s genre-defiant rock aesthetics alongside their stylistic innovation. With songs to scream along to and ones to hold you in the dark, The Beautiful Monument have proven time and time again that they can bust out synths, anthems and ballads in equal measure like nobody’s business, recently seen gracing the Knight and Day Festival late last year, and ready to erupt once more in a live setting with plenty of punchy feels.

Prepare for riffs, rock and plenty of riotous beauty this November and December when Void Of Vision embark on this very special regional Australian tour.

Tickets on sale now at destroyalllines.com.au