EBONIVORY, one of the fastest-rising acts of the progressive music scene, will be performing their acclaimed new LP The Long Dream I in full on Saturday 20th June.
The set will be streamed via metalinjection.net at the following times:
London: Saturday 20th June, 1am
Berlin: Saturday 20th June, 2am
Melbourne: Saturday 20th June, 10am
The one-off event marks the Australian band’s stunning new album release, which has been critically acclaimed worldwide. Plaudits from Prog Magazine, Rock Tribune, Metal Hammer, and across Europe and beyond, have cemented EBONIVORY as a vital force in the burgeoning melodic prog metal scene. The album is currently celebrating hitting #1 on the Australian Independent Label Charts, among other strong chart positions and playlist support.
Order The Long Dream I: https://smarturl.it/thelongdreamI
Hailing from Ballarat in rural Victoria, Australia, Ebonivory’s The Long Dream I is the first of a two-part concept album, delivering a vision that is pure and unrestrained by musical conformity, often leaving the listener nostalgic, enraged, and paralysed within the span of seconds. Entirely self-produced, mastered by Forrester Savell (Karnivool), and led by singer Charlie Powlett’s emotionally powerful delivery, every song presents a completely unique reimagining of what progressive music is capable of. The music shifts from the punk-inspired moments of ‘Hanmer Street’ into the gritty, futuristic soundscapes of ‘Explosions After Dark’, and transcendental riffs and passages of ‘Introvection’ – all the while effortlessly maintaining cohesive melodic bonds, resembling a sequence of dreams.
The last twelve months have seen EBONIVORY rise through the progressive ranks to become a commanding live act. A whirlwind performance at Australia’s acclaimed PROGFEST, alongside international heavyweights The Ocean (Germany), Monuments (UK) and Skyharbor (India/USA) kicked off 2019 in a big way for the Victoria, Australia quintet. They then went on to support alt-rock powerhouse Dead Letter Circus and traversed the country with progressive rock juggernaut Circles for their The Winter Tour.
The band’s singles ‘Patting the Black Dog’ and ‘Tales Of Termina’ landed coverage with PROG Magazine (UK), Triple J’s The Racket, Spotify’s Homegrown + Heavy Playlist, and Rage. EBONIVORY recently toured Australia with fellow prog-scene mates Glass Ocean and were due to head to the US and Canada in May, touring with Caligula’s Horse. This is now postponed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.