Dark act, VOSH, came together to explore a fusion of inspirations which extend from early gothic rock to industrial and punk next to others. The band cite Bauhaus, early Ministry, Sisters of Mercy, Zounds, Killing Joke and Nine Inch Nails among their main influences.

Although the band's sound can be categorized as dark synthpop and darkwave, it also incorporates a wide range of other influencing factors, creating a menacing, consistently gloomy tone.

The central musical element of VOSH is vocalist, lyricist, and front person Josephine Olivia, who merges an enchanting and ethereal approach with imposing power. The band's impending album, Vessel, is expecting to underline all that darkness and the strong goth aesthetics with raw dynamism, and it's introduced with the forceful single and video, PRAY.

VOSH are composed of Chris Moore (Repulsion, Coke Bust, The Rememberables) and Josephine Olivia (Blacksage). 

Moore enlisted Kevin Bernstein, a producer and engineer from Developing Nations in Baltimore, to help with the mix. The recording took place at Moore and Olivia's joint residence in the greater Washington, DC, area. The project's mastering was overseen by Magnus Lindberg (Tribulation, Russian Circles, Lucifer, Hellacopters, Frida Hyvönen).

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