Incorporating technical guitar passages, heavy breakdowns and soothing ambient transitions are just part of what makes Dayton, Ohio’s Eternal Void stand out. The band strives to perfectly combine their extraordinary music abilities with meaningful lyrics that are delivered through intense vocals.

Eternal Void was originally formed back in 2008 as a side project of Drummer Dylan Krebs. After working with Guitarist/Backing Vocalist Evan Hilderbrandt in another project, the two wanted to go in a different direction and with the addition of Vocalist Logan Adams, the band was ready to go into the studio to record their debut album. In 2014, Eternal Void released “Catharsis” (Produced by Brian Hood of 456 Recordings), which showcased their musicianship and diversity. In 2016, the addition of Guitarist Cory May proved to be the missing puzzle piece and solidified the lineup. 

After seeing success at the local level and sharing the stage with bands like Fit For A King, Otep and Phinehas, the band hit the road on multiple headlining runs. Met with an overwhelming response, hard work and dedication was proving to be paying off.

2017 brought the release of their latest single, “Solipsist” (Produced by Nick Sampson of Metro 37 Studios). Giving fans a glimpse of what’s to expect from their upcoming album (mixed/mastered by Hood), the track has catapulted the band to a new level and is currently featured on one of the biggest Metalcore Spotify playlists. 

Eternal Void will release their sophomore album later this year and looks forward to extensively touring in support of the record.

Logan Adams – Vocals | Evan Hilderbrandt – Guitar | Cory May – Guitar | Dylan Krebs – Drums

#1 Element

#2 Solipsist

#3 Virgil

Intro/Outro – Erase The Sun


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