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Prog/Ambient Metallers 'Vrona' Announce 2 New Tracks & The Addition Of A Vocalist!

Vrona Announce New Songs With Addition Of Vocalist

Within a year of their inception, Vrona had already performed at Bloodstock and Mammothfest, and shared stages with the likes of Dorje, Cambion, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing and more. Their first EP 'A Lapse In Time' released in early 2016 gained them critical acclaim with their instrumental offerings being compared to a vocal-less mix of Karnivool, TesseracT and Tool.

2017 sees a marked change in the band as they release two new tracks on October 25th and unveil a new twist to their ever evolving sound - the introduction of vocalist Jamie Ball.

The two track release entitled 'Impermanence' still showcases Vrona's brand of progressive ambient metal. However, the addition of vocals, and the acceptance of more outside influences into their melting pot shows that the band are not afraid to change things up.

To celebrate this new direction the band head out on tour in October/November supporting Core Of iO. See dates below:

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