Melbourne, Australia’s own Void Of Vision have just released ‘Babylon’, the latest track to be cut and lifted from their soon-to-be-released sophomore LP, ‘Hyperdaze’.
Vocalist Jack Bergin had this to say of the song.
“‘Babylon’ is my outlook on the world that I live in. I see day in and day out the integrity of the human race decline further and further through ignorance and injustice. At the end of it all, I can’t help but feel a sense of impending doom for humanity if it continues on like it is, the end most likely bought upon us by our own blatant disregard for one another.
It’s a bleak and defeated mentality but I really just wanted to express my current frame of mind to accompany the rest of those dark thoughts amongst ‘Hyperdaze’.”
You can stream and listen to ‘Babylon’ below.
The band’s second studio album, ‘Hyperdaze’, is set for release on September 13th 2019 through UNFD.
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