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Review: Visioner “Lucid Entity”

Review: Visioner “Lucid Entity”

Band: Visioner

Album: Lucid Entity

Release Date: April 26th

Reviewer: Jase L Herbert

Metal comes from numerous places all over the globe, from major cities all the way through to small rural communities. From Penthouses to Garages, musicians get together and pour their souls out into the music they love!

Australia is no different with talent being found all across the country, even the smaller areas are home to some incredible hidden talent…

Rising from the small border cities of Albury and Wodonga come “Visioner”, formed in 2015 the band quickly made a name for themselves with their combination of fist pumping “Metalcore” with elements of “melodic metal” thrown in. Think Ice Nine Kills combined with Lamb of God and a sprinkling of Opeth!

The band released their debut EP “Adversity” in 2016, their latest EP “Lucid Entity” dropped on April 26th and was well worth the wait. From the opening notes of “Above, Below” all the way through to the final track “Always”, you will not only be hooked from start to finish, but will find yourself putting it on repeat!

The vocal combination of Dean Cooke and Jake Wiffen work wonderfully together with the groove driven music the rest of the band delivers.

Listen to “New Light” here:

“Lucid Entity” is out now”, you can stream on Spotify or purchase from iTunes.

Find Visioner on their website :

https://visionerau1.wixsite.com/ or facebook.com/VisionerAUS

Ned

May 5th, 2019

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