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Seventh Void in 2010 in Barcelona.
|Origin||Brooklyn, New York|
|Labels||Big Vin Records|
|Associated acts||Type O Negative
A Pale Horse Named Death
Hank Hell (Henry Belfort)
|Past members||Matt Brown|
Seventh Void is a doom metal band composed of Type O Negative members Kenny Hickey and Johnny Kelly; Matt Brown of the 90's Industrial band Uranium 235 and Doom Metal band A Pale Horse Named Death; as well as Hank Hell of Inhuman. Originally conceived in 2003 by Kenny and Johnny, the band's personnel was not solidified until 2005 and songwriting began in earnest. The band's name is lifted from a line in Dante's Inferno. Their debut album, Heaven Is Gone, was released in April 2009 in North America on Vinnie Paul's record label, Big Vin Records, and in November 2010 in Europe and the UK on Napalm Records. The CD was made available with brand new cover artwork. Matt Brown left the band in October, 2011, for reasons unknown. The band has yet to replace the former guitarist.
On 10 July 2013 via Twitter - Working on new music! Next record is gonna be killer!  While nothing substantial was heard from the band during the interim, on 1 March 2015 via Twitter, the band indicated that many songs had been written, and the album was nearer to completition.
- Kenny Hickey - Lead vocals, lead guitar (2003–Present)
- Hank Hell - Bass guitar (2003–Present)
- Johnny Kelly - Drums (2003–Present)
- Matt Brown - Rhythm guitar, production, engineering (2003-2011)
- Heaven Is Gone (2009)
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