WOLVERINE, UNTIL RAIN And LOST IN THOUGHT Join Forces For Triple Headline Progressive Aspects Tour 2017
November 24, 2016, 2 years ago
Intromental Worldwide presents Progressive Aspects Tour 2017. Having three bands like Wolverine (pictured above), Until Rain and Lost In Thought teaming up for a European tour, you're in for a prog-show, in the true meaning of covering the full spectrum of the genre.
Be it Wolverine's ambient and tranquil approach, Until Rain's more bombastic but also darker type of prog to the Dream Theater-ish technical angle of Lost In Thought, it's all there. A night, you won't want to miss, no matter which sub-genre you prefer.
Wolverine recently released their fifth album, and have received great reviews from the press and fantastic feedback from the fans. The band has evolved from being a death metal act in the early days, to an ambient and melodic kind of progressive band. It's definitely in the softer area of the metal genre, but the emotion, the band creates, has an extremely high impact, when the ideas settle in the minds of the listener.
UK/Greek/Swedish band, Until Rain, released their fourth album two years ago, followed by a European tour, that took them through most of western Europe. What used to be the perfect blend of Symphony X and Circus Maximus, has evolved into a band sounding more like Opeth, Katatonia and Radiohead – but still with the prog-elements from previous times. Their new album will be released in early 2017.
Lost In Thought released their debut album in 2011, went on European tour as support for Delain, and broke up immediately upon returning to the UK. Four years later, the light-proggers reformed the band, and have been working on their follow-up album ever since. The album is set to be released in the spring of 2017, which would fit perfectly for this tour. Sounds like a mixture of Threshold and old Dream Theater/Fates Warning.
Shows will be announced each week, until the full tour plan is public. The tour will take place in April/May 2017.
29 - Zoetermeer, Netherlands - Boerderij
More shows to be announced soon.
(Photo - Wolverine Facebook)