Heavy music’s hottest band, Spiritbox, have announced the official release of brand new track, “The Void” and it’s accompanying visualizer. The track features the band’s calling card of complex, multi-layered soundscapes and gloriously ethereal, hugely catchy vocals whilst also furthering their incredible ability to release music that is immediately recognizable as Spiritbox but simultaneously sounds unlike any of their previous releases.
Speaking on the official release of “The Void”, Spiritbox vocalist, Courtney LaPlante shares: “‘The Void’ is a song that came about very quickly. I didn’t have to fight with anything to write it, and when that happens, I don’t argue with it. It’s a type of song that I’ve been wanting to write for a long time, I’ve heard it hundreds of times now, and it makes me so happy every time I hear it. It’s been such an amazing experience playing this song on our tour, and watching people hear it for the first time, in real time.”
June 1st @ Budapestarena (Budapest, HU) (with Bring Me The Horizon)
June 2nd @ Alcatraz (Milan, IT) (with InVisions & Unprocessed)
June 8th @ Mystic Festival (Gdansk, PL)
June 10th @ Sweden Rock Festival (Solvesborg, SE)
June 15th @ Graspop Metal Meeting 2023 (Dessel, BE)
June 17th @ Copenhell Festival (Copenhagen, DK)
June 23rd @ Tons of Rock (Oslo, NO)
June 26th @ Patronaat (Haarlem, NL) (with InVisions & Unprocessed)
June 27th @ Effenaar (Eindhoven, NL) (with InVisions & Unprocessed)
June 30th @ Suvilahti (Helsinki, FI)
July 1st @ Provinssirock (Seinäjoki, FI)
July 2nd @ Tusca Festival (Helsinki, FI)
SPIRITBOX arguably *the* hottest band in heavy music, dropped their debut album, “Eternal Blue”, in September of 2021. It rolled in on a global tsunami of critical acclaim, from perfect score reviews and features everywhere including Spin, Forbes , Billboard and Alternative Press to multiple front covers including Kerrang!, Metal Hammer , Alternative Press, Rock Sound, Distorted Sound, Pollstar, and Revolver. The album spawned a string of hit singles including “Holy Roller”, “Constance”, “Circle With Me”, “Secret Garden” and most recently, “Hurt You”. ‘Eternal Blue’ charted #13 Billboard Top 200, #1 Rock, #1 Hard Rock, #1 Vinyl, #2 Internet Albums, #2 Independent, #3 Digital Albums, #3 Album Sales and top 20 of the official charts in Australia (#8), Germany(#17) and UK (#19). To date, “Eternal Blue” has clocked up 235 million streams.
Spiritbox followed the release of “Eternal Blue” with the 3-song “Rotoscope” EP, in 2022. The title track for which came accompanied by an official music video shot by Max Moore, which has run up over 3.1 million YouTube views . The EP has clocked up 24.9 million streams.
To date, Spiritbox have accumulated over 395 million career streams across platforms and 76.4 million YouTube views . They were also nominated for 2 Juno Awards this year for Breakthrough Group Of The Year and Metal/Hard Music Album of The Year last year.