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Klogr New Album 'Keystone' Is Out Now!







With two albums, a DVD and 23 dates supporting Prong on their European tour, the alternative metal band, KLOGR, is back, heavier and more powerful than ever. On tour with The Rasmus this November!


Watch the new music videos:

'Sleeping Through the Seasons': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOjFLDrDqtE

'Prison Of Light': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyj3cq0JrAs


KLOGR have just released their third studio album 'Keystone' (mixed by Grammy winning producer David Bottrill - Stone Sour, Muse, Rush, Tool and more) on 6th October via Zeta Factory (distributed in the UK/Europe by PHD).

The artwork is a piece of a painting by renowned Italian artist, Andrea Saltini.

Klogr frontman Rusty comments: “A while ago, I saw a paint of Andrea Saltini and I was really impressed by it. When 'Keystone' came to life with its music, I immediately remembered that painting and thought it would be perfect for our cover. Luckily it was still available and we were able to use it for our design.”


'Keystone' tracklist:

1. Sleeping Through The Seasons
2. Prison Of Light
3. Technocracy
4. The Echoes Of Sin
5. Pride Before The Fall
6. Something's In The Air
7. Drag You Back
8. Sirens' Song
9. Dark Tides
10. Silent Witness
11. Enigmatic Smile
12. The Wall Of Illusion

“'Keystone' is a central point of a system, a doctrine, a school of thought, a series of events”, says Klogr mastermind Rusty, “the new album is the perfect representation of our work, what we believe in and what we want to express with our music.”

Rusty also says, "Man thinks that he is the cornerstone of the universe, he thinks everything revolves around his being, he believes he can dominate the world through intellect, he proclaims himself the superior species, master of all other living beings without taking into account the fact that the planet can go on without him...but he can't survive without the planet."



Klogr's new album was recorded at Zeta Factory Studio and mixed at Mainstation Studio in Toronto, Canada, by Grammy award winner David Bottrill (Peter Gabriel, Muse, Smashing Pumpkins, Tool, Dream Theater, Stone Sour, Rush).

“We decided to work with a producer like David to reach a turning point in our discography”, comments Rusty, “David brought something that was missing in the band, an outside view focused on music and not on what is “trendy”. His incredible musical sensitivity and his professional experience led us to challenge ourselves and to experiment new solutions that gave the album a unique power and personality.

We are really proud and satisfied of the result, this is our best work ever. We hope you will enjoy it!”


The Rasmus 'Dark Matters Tour' with special guests KLOGR: November 2017

10th HAMBURG, MARKTHALLE (DE)
11th BERLIN, COLUMBIA THEATER - Sold Out (DE)
12th WARSAW, STODOLA (PL)
14th KRAKOW, KWADRAT (PL)
15th PRAGUE, ROXY - Sold Out (CZ)
16th VIENNA, SIMM CLUB (AT)
18th PARIS, LE TRABENDO (FR)
19th LONDON, SCALA - Sold Out (UK)
20th KOLN, KANTINE (DE)
21st AMSTERDAM, MELKWEG (NL)




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