modern prog rock

Circuline to release new live album “CircuLive::NewView” on October 9th 2020

What do you get when you take two theatrical lead vocalists, a keyboard player from Juilliard, a versatile rock virtuoso on guitar, a zany bass player from another galaxy, and a drummer with progressive rock in his DNA? The modern cinematic rock band Circuline. Nominated for PROG Magazine’s 2016 “Limelight” award for best new band, Circuline has toured with Glass Hammer, repeatedly co-headlined the three-day Sonic Voyage Festival, and toured England in summer 2017 opening for IO Earth.

Figures to release debut full-length album “Operating in Unsafe Mode” on July 17th 2020

From Parkway Drive to Northlane, Twelve Foot Ninja, Voyager and beyond, the Australian music scene has consistently produced a plethora of stand-out modern metal acts for fans to enjoy. Announcing pre-orders and the upcoming release of their debut album “Operating in Unsafe Mode”, Melbourne-based quintet Figures step up to join the fight with the release of the album’s first video single, “Underpaid Machinery”. Watch it below.

Glass Ocean to release debut album “The Remnants of Losing Yourself in Someone Else” on August 21st 2020

Glass Ocean have unveiled new single& video for “Voyage”, and announced the release of debut album “The Remnants of Losing Yourself in Someone Else” on August 21st, 2020, via Wildthing Records.

Co-written with founding Glass Ocean member and Northlane drummer, Nic Pettersen, watch the video for “Voyage” below.

Kyros to release new studio album “Celexa Dreams” on June 19th 2020

Following the recent release of their gorgeously energetic single “Rumour”, 80s synth-pop outfit Kyros have revealed “Phosphene”, the brand new video single drawn from the band’s forthcoming studio album, “Celexa Dreams”!

With the album arriving on June 19th, 2020, via White Star Records, Kyros’ latest single offers another look into the full experience, this time with a dense, textural track that adopts a more deliberate pace into deep, ballad-esque territories.

Cellar Darling announce “Lockdown” campaign starting on April 5th 2020

Like many artists, Cellar Darling have been hit hard by the Coronavirus pandemic and the associated lockdown measures and show cancellations. Rather than giving in or just asking for money without offering something in return, they’ve announced a campaign where they will provide exclusive content to fans straight from their own homes and rehearsal space, culminating in a live-streamed performance at Lucerne’s Soundfarm Studio.