Void Of Vision

Void Of Vision To Step Down From Touring As Vocalist Jack Bergin Prepares For Brain AVM Surgery


Void Of Vision vocalist Jack Bergin has been suffering from a brain arteriovenous malformation and is in the process of having it surgically corrected. In light of that, the Australian metalcore band will be withdrawing from their scheduled live performances for the upcoming months.

Bergin issued a statement on his health yesterday, April 23rd, it reads as follows:

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“Haven’t necessarily kept quiet about my health the past few years, but I also haven’t actively had to make it all public until now, when it unfortunately interferes with what I do for a living.

For the past week I’ve been in hospital, beginning radio surgery to prematurely treat a brain AVM that ruptured last week. I’ve been living under the impression that I’d be able to handle touring/day to day life with this since I had it diagnosed and have definitely found out the hard way that I can’t anymore.

I will be taking a step back from music on the other side of all this for a short period of time, until everything is back under control. With that, Void Of Vision will be withdrawing from our scheduled performances at Unify: Off The Record this May/June.

Wholeheartedly appreciate the support and love from my partner, family, friends, VOV & the lovely teams at DAL/UNFD while all this has been unfolding in the background”

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