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POLARIS Release New Single 'Consume' & Guitar Playthrough






Australian powerhouse POLARIS have released their new single 'Consume'. Check out the track here: https://youtu.be/Njk_OO7TCtA

The official guitar playthrough for the song can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/HR7NNe_kifw
Also watch the music video for the first single, 'The Remedy' here: https://youtu.be/WWurkdQBlAE

POLARIS' highly anticipated debut album, The Mortal Coil, will be out November 3 via SharpTone &Resist Records.

Pre-Order The Mortal Coil now: http://geni.us/PolarisTheMortalCoil

The Mortal Coil was recorded in POLARIS' self-made studio in Mollymook, NSW, where they shipped American tandem, Carson Slovak and Grant MacFarland of Atrium Audio to oversee the recording. No strangers to success themselves, the hotly-tipped duo most recently produced, engineered and mixed AUGUST BURNS RED’s Grammy-nominated album, Found In Far Away Places.

Guitarist Rick Schneider talks about the recording of The Mortal Coil:
"Recording 'The Mortal Coil' was unlike any studio experience we'd had before, both in location and environment. A few hours south of Sydney we rented a holiday house, not knowing how well it would suit our needs. We managed to set up two work stations and quickly found ourselves in a focused, yet highly relaxed work environment. While stress would inevitably makes its way into the process, the end result is something we are all very proud of, and I'll personally always look back on that month fondly."
Those eager to see POLARIS shred live won’t have to wait long, as the quintet will embark on the renowned Never Say Die! tour with label mates EMMURE, DEEZ NUTS, CHELSEA GRIN, KUBLAI KHAN, SWORN IN and LORNA SHORE.

They have shared the stage with fellow prog-metal enthusiasts PERIPHERY and NORTHLANE, HELLIONS, PARKWAY DRIVE and recently joined British powerhouse WHILE SHE SLEEPS, Japanese favourites CROSSFAITH and Byron Bay eco-warriors IN HEARTS WAKE on their massive Ark tour around the country.

The Mortal Coil Tracklist:
01. Lucid
02. The Remedy
03. Relapse
04. Consume
05. Frailty
06. In Somnus Veritas
07. Dusk To Day
08. Casualty
09. The Slow Decay
10. Crooked Path
11. Sonder

Impericon NEVER SAY DIE Tour 2017
EMMURE
DEEZ NUTS
CHELSEA GRIN
KUBLAI KHAN
SWORN IN
POLARIS
LORNA SHORE
02.11.17 Germany Hamburg @ Gruenspan
03.11.17 Germany Wiesbaden @ Schlachthof
04.11.17 Belgium Brugges @ Entreepot
05.11.17 UK London @ The Electric Ballroom
06.11.17 UK Manchester @ Club Academy
07.11.17 UK Glasgow @ Garage
08.11.17 UK Cardiff @ Tramshed
09.11.17 Holland Haarlem @ Patronaat
10.11.17 Germany Berlin @ SO36
11.11.17 Poland Wroclaw @ Zaklęte Rewiry
12.11.17 Czech Rep Prague @ Storm Club
13.11.17 Hungary Budapest @ Dürer Kert
14.11.17 Austria Wien @ Arena
15.11.17 Italy Bologna @ Zona Roveri
16.11.17 Germany München @ Backstage
17.11.17 Switzerland Pratteln @ Z7
18.11.17 France Lyon @ MJC O Totem
19.11.17 Spain Barcelona @ Razzmatazz 2
20.11.17 Spain Madrid @ Caracol
21.11.17 Day Off
22.11.17 France Savigny Le Temple @ L’Empreinte
23.11.17 Germany Saarbrücken @ Garage
24.11.17 Germany Leipzig @ Werk 2
25.11.17 Germany Köln @ Essigfabrik
26.11.17 Germany Stuttgart @ LKA


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