-PROG Magazine. “Daniel’s voice makes me swoon like my 10 year old cousin does whenever One Direction is on the radio”
-Eyes of Apocalypse.
The day has come. Progressive metal Aussies in Voyager have unleashed their fifth album, and it’s their best yet. With a full image and sound overhaul, Voyager are now predicted to be one of the best modern progressive metal bands on the planet, with a unanimous tip off for ‘V’ dominating a lot of ‘Album of the year’ lists.
This delicious feast of melodic progressive metal tracks was kickstarted by the band’s fans, and today it has come to fruition. It is now time to say #IAMVOYAGER.
View Voyager’s music video for ‘Hyperventilating’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrBF0mhz1ho
Voyager are returning to UK/EU in October for Progpower Europe and a surrounding tour TBA.
V is the fifth album from Australian progressive metallers Voyager and it certainly ticks all the right boxes for being an exceedingly strong release from the five-piece. Chock-full of catchy tracks and memorable melodic lines, it makes the best impression right from the get-go.- Soundscape Magazine
It’s easily the most exciting and enjoyable progressive metal album 2014 has to offer, and is bound to make (if not top) a lot of year-end “Top Ten” lists.- 10/10 Hardrock Haven
As good as those previous releases were Voyager have now recorded their best yet, and in doing do have left many other bands in their wake. V is just amazing there is simply no better way to sum this stunning album up or do it justice. – 5/5 Sea of Tranquility
“Talk about a band with an absolute grasp of their craft, it’s like all of their previous releases were leading up to this moment in time. The planets have aligned for Voyager on this record, and they have created their masterwork.” 4.5/5- Buzz Magazine.
2. Breaking Down
3. Beautiful Mistake
4. Fortune Favours the Blind
5. You, the Shallow
6. Embrace the Limitless
8. Domination Game
10. It’s a Wonder
11. The Morning Light
12. Summer Always Comes Again
13. Seasons of Age
With four full‐length albums under its belt and shows throughout North America, Europe and Asia with the likes of Devin Townsend, Children of Bodom, Soilwork, Nightwish, Epica and Orphaned Land, the five-piece from Oceania is now firmly entrenched in its international repute as a band with heavy grooves, driving riffs and unforgettable melodies. The band’s fourth opus, The Meaning of I (2011), saw rave reviews and international acclaim of the highest caliber (including #8 in Metal HammerGermany’s ‘Soundcheck’). The U.K.’s, Classic Rock Presents Prog, called the album a “polished collection of heavy, heavily polished anthems.”
Complimented by a fiery red keytar, a feisty female guitarist, and vocals Chino Moreno (Deftones, †††) recently likened to Duran Duran’s, Simon Le Bon, Voyager is consistently a live force to be reckoned with. After breaking the record for the longest fan signing session in the 12 year history of America’s “Progpower Festival,” the band will return to “Progpower” Europe this year alongside Chimp Spanner, Agent Fresco, Pagan’s Mind and more.