Protest with the most-est: How Void Of Vision are making metalcore meaningful
'There's too much Islamophobia happening" – why Void Of Vision are packing political activism into their metalcore blitz
Melbourne’s Void Of Vision aren’t the first band using music to convey a strong moral message, but theirs is one that’s certainly worth listening to. Blazing with acerbity at greed, corruption and injustice, the five-piece incorporate gleaming metalcore and djent-fused hardcore with hard-hitting social and political fury. When Hammer asks vocalist Jack Bergin to elaborate on the title of the band’s debut album, Children Of Chrome, his frustration is palpable.