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Lost In Kiev to release new studio album “Persona” on April 26th 2019

Parisian post-rock outfit Lost In Kiev returns with their long-awaited third album and most astounding work to date, “Persona”.

Set for release via their new label home of Pelagic Records on April 26th, 2019, “Persona” is raw and driven, oozing with thick synth textures and a great sense of melancholy and drama.  
 

Dead To A Dying World to release new studio album “Elegy” on April 19th 2019

Profound Lore Records welcomes Texas-based elemental dark metal ensemble Dead To A Dying World to the label’s roster. The band has completed their long-awaited new epoch, “Elegy”, for release on April 19th, 2019.

A trailer for the record, as well as its cover art and more, have been posted. The band is confirmed to perform at this year’s Northwest Terror Fest and is booking new tour dates to follow.
 

Giancarlo Erra to release debut solo album “Ends” on April 12th 2019

On his debut solo album “Ends”, Giancarlo Erra ably demonstrates a masterful gift for producing timelessly intimate and profoundly affecting music.

Comprising a suite of eight thematically linked instrumentals, “Ends” deploys sparse piano patterns, synth textures, eerily beautiful string quartet performances, and subtle electronic pulses to create a compelling whole that establishes Erra as a composer of rare sensitivity and singular purpose.

Tim Bowness to release new studio album “Flowers at the Scene” on March 1st 2019

Following the release of 2017’s Prog Award-winning album “Lost in the Ghost Light”, Tim Bowness returns with his fifth solo album “Flowers at the Scene” on March 1st, 2019. Produced by no-man, the album is a vibrant collection of 11 strikingly diverse songs.

Absent Hearts release playthrough video for new single “The Bird”

Scott Kay’s (Statues/Voyager) cinematic post-rock solo project Absent Hearts releases brand new single “The Bird”, complete with guitar playthrough and gear breakdown.

Originally a solo venture from Scott Kay (Voyager/Statues) known as The K. Project, Absent Hearts soon evolved with the inclusion of Dan Tompkins (ex-Tesseract/Piano) to create a unique blend of post-rock and atmospheric music. Their last collaborative album, “August Earth”, was received warmly, and created anticipation for more music in the future.

Steve Dadaian to release debut album “Follow the Light” on February 1st 2019

Armenian-American fusion guitarist Steve Dadaian discovered his love for the guitar at a young age. Even while studying at the prestigious Columbia University in the city of New York, Dadaian continued to hone his craft as an artist.

The then 21-year-old classically-trained guitarist spent the little spare time he had reaching top spots at national guitar competitions hosted by Slash, John Petrucci (Dream Theater) and Jon Donais (Anthrax, Shadows Fall), performing at events with the likes of Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, and Nicko McBrain, and dazzling crowds at venues like the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
 

Voices From The Fuselage

Hi Ashe… I’m glad we’re given the chance to talk about Voices From The Fuselage new album. I really dig it and believe that it’s a step forward for the band in every part.
 
A: Thank you! I’m so pleased with the response so far, and I’m glad you’re digging it!
 
 
Do tell us… what happened during there 3 years from your debut and how did they affect the new album musically and lyrically?
 

Voices From The Fuselage - Odyssey: The Founder of Dreams

After the debut release “Odyssey: The Destroyer of Worlds” in 2015, it was about time for Voices From The Fuselage to come up with their new album that is titled “Odyssey: The Founder of Dreams”. On the one hand we have “the destroyer of worlds” and on the other “the founder of dreams”. Quite interesting as both titles, according to Ashe, describe the same person and a continued experience. The titles can be applied to anyone, but you can read more here.