Voyager announce Coldbones as UK tour support 



Coldbones – Moments (2018)

What the Media say about Coldbones

Coldbones confidently stand up to the promise of being one of postrocks shining lights. Metal Hammer

Atmospheric and a fresh take on postrock. Prog Magazine

This energy, urgency and unwillingness to bend to genre tropes could easily see Coldbones rise through the ranks to become one of the leading names in instrumental music. Punktastic

Simply beautiful Alex Baker, Kerrang Radio


Australian progressive pop metal act Voyager have announced a short trip to the Northern Hemisphere in September 2019 to get heads turning in preparation for their forthcoming album. The band have just announced the addition of Coldbones as main support for their dates in London, Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester.


Combining elements of prog, shoegaze, metal and atmospheric soundscapes, Coldbones present a fresh and engaging take on post rock. Intelligent arrangements and atmospheric layers are plentiful and there are many curve-balls to shock and surprise, which are masterfully weaved into both their recorded and live musical performances.

Check out Coldbones on Facebook and Spotify.

Tickets for the tour can be purchased via


Voyager are gearing up for their 7th album release and to get their fans in the mood for what’s to come, will be making the 24+ hour trip across the globe for some festival appearances, as well as some intimate headline dates. 

Album details and pre-orders will be announced in due course via the band’s new label Season of Mist.

The band’s expedition commences at Space Rocks, where Voyager are set to put on an out of this world performance. They join Anathema and Amplifier in the Space Rocks Live session and will perform at the Indigo2.

Following this festival, the band will perform their own intimate headline show at London’s 229 followed by shows in Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester, before heading to Euroblast (Germany) and Progpower Festival (Netherlands).

The genre-transfiguring act blend new-romantic and 80’s infused vocals, keytar solos, technical yet melodic fretwork, groovy bass and bombastic drumming efforts. All of which make Voyager the pop/prog/power/rock/metal force that they are renowned as today.


Voyager – Brightstar




21st September – Space Rocks – Indigo 2 – London (featuring Anathema) **

22nd September – 229 – London

23rd September – The Lanes – Bristol

24th September – The Flapper – Birmingham

25th September – Satan’s Hollow – Manchester

29th September – Euroblast Festival – Cologne, Germany **

4th October – Progpower Europe, Baarlo, Netherlands **

**Voyager Only


Destined for longevity and worldwide success, Perth based quintet Voyager recently signed their first worldwide recording contract with Season of Mist following the release of their 6th opus Ghost Mile. Ghost Mile saw dedicated fans contribute to the band’s Pledge Music campaign in 2017, reaching the band’s goal in just a little over a week.

In March 2019, Voyager revealed a statement video single ‘Brightstar’ in the lead up to their main stage Download Festival Australia performance.

‘Brightstar’ builds from an 80’s inspired synth based intro to a stratospheric new-romantic chorus, enlightening fans with melodies and harmonies that build up to the track’s apex that is out of this world.

You can view the music video for ‘Brightstar’, premiered by Prog Magazine, HERE

‘Brightstar’ features on the forthcoming album. Details to be announced soon.

Directed by Red Empire Media, Voyager’s Perth-fect music video encompasses the quintessential nature of  Western Australia, displaying the relationship between science, art, and nature. With a montage of drone footage taken from Parkes, CSIRO and MRO Space Satellite sites across Western Australia, Voyager explores the synergy of how science and creative expression go hand in hand.

Having toured the world a few times over and having shared the stage with names such as Deftones, Leprous, Nightwish, Coheed and Cambria, as well as headlining a number of festivals including opening the main stage at Download Festival Australia 2019, Voyager are back with a taste of what’s to come. The band’s versatile sound sees them complement a multiplicity of line-ups, and attract the love and attention of a wide demographic of fans.

Voyager is

Danny Estrin – Vocals

Simone Dow – Guitars

Alex Canion – Bass

Scott Kay – Guitars

Ash Doodkorte – Drums


Twitter + Instagram – @Voyagerau

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