quarta-feira, agosto 02, 2017

ACOLYTE band - Releases new 8 minute video & Announces tour

Australian Band ACOLYTE have released an ambitious 8 minute video to support their single 'Space & Time' from award nominated debut record 'Shades of Black' this week. The band have identified you as a contact they would like to share their press release with:

Watch 'Space & Time' ▸▸▸ https://youtu.be/XLMHUoMGeU0
Watch 'The Message' ▸▸▸ https://youtu.be/j3BdLlqVhB0
Watch 'Perceptions' ▸▸▸ https://youtu.be/uqt-soMw5kY

Web Official: www.acolyte.com.au

Melbourne's Acolyte have been on a meteoric rise in the past 12 months. The release of their 'Shades of Black' EP saw them support Twelve Foot Ninja, tour Australia in support of the record and begin to really dominate the prog/rock scene in Melbourne. 

Of the record, AAA Backstage said, "[Shades of Black] feels more like a listening experience than just an album" and Heavy Mag called it "Mightily impressive", while on the live side of things, The Music called Acolyte "...a hard rock outfit brimming with confidence", Rogue Inc posited that Acolyte are "...the next big thing in the magical world of prog" and Heavy Mag states that they "...definitely proved to not only myself, but the entire crowd that they are one band in particular that we all need to keep an eye on, as I see big things for Acolyte in the future." With all that positivity out there in the world, it's time that they hit the road in support of the final single to be released from that EP.

This month, they are unleashing an 8-minute, epic prog masterpiece filmclip, set in desert dunes and featuring the mesmerising vocals of Morgan-Leigh Brown and an undulating, light and shade track that showcases all the talents of the musicians within for SPACE AND TIME and announcing that throughout September to November, they will be touring it up Australia's East Coast finishing the run in the band's home town, Melbourne. This will be the last of the album cycle for "Shades of Black" before the band releases new music in 2018 - so get in at the ground level before this prog starship takes off.