Australia’s GALAXY set release date for DYING VICTIMS debut mini-album, reveal first track

Dying Victims Productions announces September 20th as the international release date for Galaxy‘s striking debut mini-album, Lost From the Start, on CD and 12″ vinyl formats.

Galaxy is a band from Melbourne, Australia. In choosing the name Galaxy, their mission is to channel the cosmic power of heavy metal, and share it with those who will take up the challenge – to join them on a musical odyssey as far as the imagination will allow.

Galaxy tip their hats to the speed metal and traditional heavy metal acts of the 1980s with their untamed and spirited MLP, Lost From the Start. A force of musical beauty, terrifying in its splendor, it brings to mind ’80s Riot, Satan, Megadeth, and the classic years of Judas Priest, with manic thrash elements evoking the glory days of heavy music.

Lost From the Start has a dynamic production that appropriately captures the ferocity and emotion the songs exude. Mastering duties for the MLP were handled by none other than Andy La Rocque at his very own Sonic Train Studios, ensuring the maximum potential of the recording was achieved. The stunning gatefold cover art was created by talented Melbourne artist Keelan Ashton-Bell, presenting a sci-fi-inspired alien desert world which prepares the listener for the epic voyage ahead.

With a professional and high-octane live presentation in tow, the band brings a message of joy and madness, tales of love and loss, songs of fear and courage. Join Galaxy on their journey, Lost From the Start.

The first flight to the cosmos can be found with the new track “Dreaming Out,” which can be heard HERE at Dying Victims‘ official YouTube channel. Aforementioned cover art, by Keelan Ashton-Bell, as well as tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Galaxy (Australia)’s Lost From the Start
1. Traveller
2. Dreaming Out
3. Sons Of Titan
4. Paradise
5. Lost From The Start

MORE INFO:
www.facebook.com/GalaxyAus

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