Void Of Vision have dropped a new version of 'Decay', the bludgeoning track taken from the band's latest full-length 'Hyperdaze', featuring Ecca Vandal.
Whilst on its own the song goes hard enough, with thick riffs and some of the tightest of production you'll find anywhere in heavy music, Ecca adds a whole new level of dizzying aggression and psychedelic pomp to the equation. It's a match made in heaven in so many brilliant ways and perfectly demonstrates the lengths that VOV are willing to go to expand their sonic universe.
Vocalist Jack Bergin had this to say about how the collaboration came to life:
"We have all been familiar with the name Ecca Vandal for quite a while now, it wasn’t until our run together on Good Things Festival ‘18 that we REALLY pricked up our ears though. Unfortunately, we clashed sets each day except for the last, so when I got to run over and catch those last few songs it was everything I hoped for and more, ever since then she’s been a playlist regular.
"We were so stoked that she was down to collaborate and work in her own style so effortlessly. Ecca has such a powerful presence and now it’s been stamped on a little piece of VOV history."
It follows on from a new version of 'Year Of The Rat' which features Thornhill's Jacob Charlton. Here that is: