Invisions tour in Leeds in April with Glamour Of The Kill

InVisions are also proud to announce their European live debut in March, as they support Our Hollow, Our Home. They’ll then return to the UK in April to tour alongside York comrades Glamour Of The Kill, playing at The Key Club in Leeds on April 7th.

Speaking of their recent signing to Stay Sick, guitarist Lucas Gabb says “We were all at work, just a normal day when we got a message from our manager saying that Mike & Fronz (Attila / Co-Owner) were listening to the new record. Pretty much straight away he showed interest and said he’d be in touch with a formal offer to join the label, which was mad! Mike has a badass history in the music industry and Fronz is G so we’re definitely really hyped to get on board with them for the new record!”

Spawned into being in 2016 from the ashes of former local bands in their hometown of York, England. InVisions are contagious, NSFW and blistering. Drawing from a plethora of influences – the adrenaline and aggression in metalcore, combined with intricate guitar work inspired by 80s thrash, with the no-fucks-given attitude of modern rap – it’s all tied together with the schizophrenic vocals of Ben Ville leading at the helm, ranging from guttural growls, to biting and demonic squeals, and moments of relief in his emotive singing.

Diving headfirst into their debut self-released album Never Nothing in August 2017, which was recorded at Innersound Studios with Sam and Joe Graves (Asking Alexandria, Eyes Set To Kill, Deaf Havana), InVisions garnered support from the likes of Rock Sound, Kerrang! Radio and Metal Hammer. This fuelled a hefty touring schedule, with highlights including Download Festival and support to Slaves (US), Our Hollow, Our Home and Glamour Of The Kill.

InVisions returned to Innersound Studios to record their most ambitious and loudest work to date, forthcoming second album Between You & Me. Guitarist Alex Scott explains Between You & Me is a phrase everyone has said at some point when confiding in another person or divulging personal information. It’s the lead in to a confession, an off-the-record statement. It wholly sums up the themes that this album explores and the way in which it portrays them”