Metalcore band Invisions have shared a new video for their song 'Purge' as well as announcing details of their upcoming album.
The York quartet will unleash their self-released debut album Never Nothing on the world August 18th, with Purge showing a dark, gritting tone to the band.
“Purge was actually the last song we recorded for the album. We were right at the end of the recording process when we wrote it, so it almost never even happened. It’s about feeling numb to the everyday things that are happening around you and needing to find a way to release yourself from the emotional void. In this case, causing extreme pain to another just to try and feel something yourself” - Lucas Gabb, Guitars
Check out Purge below:
The track follows on from previously released single 'Turn Up' which saw support from Kerrang! and RockSound amongst others.
Produced by brothers Sam and Joe Graves of York's InnerSound studios (Asking Alexandria, Deaf Havana) Never Nothing is set to be the album that breaks Invisions free into a new stratosphere of popularity.
You can catch Invisions on tour throughout July here:
3rd June - Seddfest, Bolton
14th July - Finns Bar, Weymouth
15th July - Cobblestones, Bridgewater
16th July - The Booth Hall, Hereford
20th July - Subside, Birmingham
21st July - O’Riley’s, Hull
22nd July - Temple Of Boom, Leeds
23rd July - The Sitwell Tavern, Derby