The year continues to get bigger and bigger for local progressive metal act HARBOUR as they return to the Gong after playing Prog Valley in Brisbane in June this year.
With a new drummer on board and having just recently released their newest EP Animate, the boys have been touring all over the east coast with notable shows at Canberra's Basement and Sydney's Factory Theatre.
HARBOUR's instrumental mix of progressive metal, ambient tones and spacey riffs makes for an entertaining live show which never fails to get a crowd moving. Combining a mix of bone crushing riffs mixed with epic builds of ambience and groove, HARBOUR have been fronting the progressive movement in Wollongong among other bands for some time now.
As well as playing fun shows with lots of crowd involvement, HARBOUR have a serious dedication to building the live music community and putting local shows back on the map. Coming up for the band, they will be supporting Troldhaugen on September 1, at Sydney’s Valve Bar and September 16, at UOW UniBar.
Keep up to date on HARBOUR’s latest shows and releases via their facebook page www.facebook.com/HARBOURaus
Glenn Haworth runs Haworth's Music Centres in Shellharbour and Fairy Meadow specialising in musical instrument sales, repairs and tuition. For more information visit www.haworthguitars.com.au