You’ve seen Office Space, right? The criminally under-rated 1999 Mike Judge film? The rather excellent Visions have. They’ve seen it so many times they decided to base their video for their new track, ‘These Days’, around the famous scene from the film where Peter, Michael and Samir kick the everloving bejesus out of a less than worthless piece of office machinery. Only Visions‘ version has a killer tech-flecked bit of metal soundtracking it.
Visions is a multimedia project dedicated to the awe inspiring grandeur of infinite space and our relation to it. To re-think our purpose and place in the ever expanding cosmos, to be at one with infinity for we are stardust. The music can be described as heavy dark ambient. Visions has released following albums: "Lapse" CD (Cyclic Law) 2005; "Celestial Sphere" 10" vinyl (Angle.Rec.) 2006; "Vortex" single - Walking with Ghosts comp. (Paradigm Recordings) 2007; and "Summoning The Void" (Cyclic Law) 2010. Read more on Last.fm
Visions on Thrash Hits
September 13th, 2011
Visions are heading out on a five-date UK tour at the end of September with fellow Basick Records math metallers, Aliases. We thought it would be a good thing to do to talk to bassist, Dave Evans about some stuff and some things. That was the exact same intro to the Aliases pre-tour piece just with the names changed. Classy!
July 20th, 2011
18 July 2011
by Tomas Doyle
Since The Dillinger Escape Plan brought technical metal to the masses in the early part of the last decade, the UK has boasted a thriving (often almost overloaded) scene of bands keen to show off their lightening quick fretwork and dense structural intricacies. Visions are the latest group of youngsters throwing their two penneth into this particular ring, with their ten-track debut album released on Basick records, a label which has in recent times established itself as the premier stable of UK tech metal.
May 11th, 2011
This tour was called THE MOSH LIVES!. We were confused as to whether that it meant that a mosh was alive, in which case nobody sent us a press release about it dying or whether it was the name of a new reality TV show following a few moshers around. We would probably watch that because we too are utter morons.