As Seen with POWERMAN 5000, THE VEER UNION, ATREYU, DROWNING POOL, SICK PUPPIES, FLAW, SALIVA, TRAPT, THE VANISHED, SHINY TOY GUNS
Take a peek at Voyeur. Here's living proof that there's more to the South than soul food, rebels and such. Voyeur is a band that stakes its artistry on its versatility and open-mindedness.
Casting a wide net, Voyeur pulls in musical inspiration from a broad range of music and experiences and attempts to reinvent those inspirations into music that covers just as wide a range. Boredom takes a backseat when listening to Voyeur.
There's no way you'll have a chance to get tired. With ever song shooting at you with its own distinct personality, you'd have to be trying to be uninterested, and even then it would be impossible.
What goes with Betrayal is the follow up to the band’s sophomore release, Dead Roses for the Living. What goes with Betrayal has taken the SouthWest by storm landing the band opening spots with: POWERMAN 5000, THE VEER UNION, ATREYU, DROWNING POOL, SICK PUPPIES, FLAW, SALIVA, TRAPT, THE VANISHED, SHINY TOY GUNS, and many more.
What goes with Betrayal is the debut Voyeur recording for new drummer Dave Stix and bassist Mike (both formerly of A New Autumn). Alongside Mike and Dave are established Voyeur members Martin (vox), GNO (guitar), and Myka (synth).
Regardless of member changes and the rising pressure of the band’s past success, Voyeur has once again created an album that pushes boundaries and allows the music to speak for itself.