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Predatory Void Celebrate New Record Deal with Crushing Standalone Single “*(struggling..)”

Predatory Void featuring members of Oathbreaker and Amenra have dropped their dramatic new single “*(struggling..)”. Listen to it here.



Having recently announced their signing to Century Media Records, with a debut album on the way, Predatory Void are now giving fans a new standalone single “*(struggling..)”.

The video, by Jeroen Mylle, and shot in the workshop of painter and visual artist Sven Verhaege, can be viewed below featuring make-up by Tine Josephy, concept by Lina R. and Maria Ovejero, plus mask by Maria Ovejero.

Predatory Void comments:

“‘*(struggling..)’ is about how we slowly begin to decay from the inside, trapped in a flesh prison, experiencing pain and longing for a release. Physical agony follows, amplifying despair and misery, and there is no escape.”

Predatory Void played their first show at the renowned Soulcrusher Festival (NL) alongside artists such as Ihsahn, Envy, Cave In and Heriot. With an album’s worth of material already written, they signed to Century Media Records for their worldwide debut.

With this signing news, Predatory Void revealed their plans to perform said debut record – Seven Keys to the Discomfort of Being – in full at Roadburn Festival 2023.

The band comments: “We feel privileged to be granted the opportunity to present our debut album, ‘Seven Keys to the Discomfort of Being’, in its entirety at Roadburn, one of the institutions that set the standard in the world of underground heavy music. The album contains some things that will be difficult to recreate live elsewhere, so this will definitely be a unique occasion. It will also be one of our very first live shows ever, so we can’t imagine a better and more exciting start for a new band.”

Look out for more news from the band in the coming months.

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