“Children Of Chrome was an experiment,” he adds. “Hyperdaze is an experience.”
Taking its name from what Bergin calls “a state in which one is simply not there; it’s a detachment from reality, where I can numb myself to all my problems”. The sessions were intense, with the band determined to capture their live energy.
That energy helps explain why Hyperdaze is Void Of Vision’s most visceral album yet; an LP that cements their reputation as one of the world’s best and most forward-thinking metalcore acts.
“Void Of Vision is and will always be a group of pissed off people making pissed off music,” concludes Bergin. “And right now we’re stronger than we’ve ever been – we have nothing to lose and everything to prove, and we’re in this for the long run. We’re finally at a stage where we can show Void Of Vision at its best and most formidable.”