HAKEN — Announce Album + Tour Dates

The “Slick, generous [and] conscientiously expressive…” prog-metal band HAKEN have revealed they have completed the recording of their fifth studio album, due out later this year: “That’s right! We can announce that our fifth album is now in the can! We always set out to do something a bit different with each album, but this one has surpassed what we had hoped to achieve. It’s been an absolute pleasure working with Adam ‘Nolly’ Getgood on the production and mix and we couldn’t be happier with the results. We can’t wait for everybody to hear it!

Artwork completed by long-time collaborators Blacklake
Their first ever live album titled ‘L-1VE’ (Live in Amsterdam 2017) was released last month via InsideOutMusic. We said it had an: “Olympian sense of grandeur, swirls of colour, and entertaining vocal acrobatics...”

They are also pleased to announce a North American co-headline tour with LEPROUS in October / November 2018, with InsideOut label-mates, Boston’s BENT KNEE as special guests.

HAKEN comment: “We’ve been talking about getting out on the road with our good mates Leprous again since our European jaunt with them back in 2014. Both our bands have gone from strength to strength in terms of our live shows since then, and we’re excited to see what they have planned, as well as playing brand new music from our forthcoming album. We’re also stoked to have Bent Knee along with us. It sure to be an epic night of music, don’t miss it!

Link: https://www.facebook.com/HakenOfficial

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