VantaVoid Debuts ‘Burn’ Lyric Video

Courtesy: Earshot Media

Independent metalcore duet VantaVoid debuted the video for its new single this week.

The duo — Frank Gioia and Tyler Young — debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Burn‘ Friday.  The song features a guest appearance by Emmure’s Frankie Palmeri.

The CG video features images of someone in separate warehouse and apartment bedroom settings.  Flame rage near each figure as the song’s lyrics are presented over each scene.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Burn’ is an intensely powerful song whose guitars and screaming vocals couple with the pounding drums and thick bass line to make the song a work that will appeal to any metalcore fan from start to finish.  Its lyrical theme is just as intense as its musical theme, as it addresses some very negative emotions and thoughts.

Gioia discussed the song’s hard hitting lyrical theme in a recent interview.

“Burn is a song about destroying everything I love and hate,” he said. “It comes from a very self-destructive time in my life where I didn’t want to channel my anger into anything but destroying every bridge I ever built. Not only is this the heaviest song we have, but Frankie Palmeri from Emmure adds his own flair to the track and we were fortunate to have Drew Fulk (WZRD BLD) mix it.”

Considering the impact of the song’s musical arrangement and its lyrical theme, the whole is a presentation that will connect with many listeners.  That connection will help it become very therapeutic for listeners.

‘Burn’ is available to stream and download here.

More information on VantaVoid’s new single and video is available along with all of the duo’s latest news at





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