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Album Release – “Transcension”

Breaking Orbit have emerged in 2015 with their second studio album Transcension, to be
released on 29th May.

This next installment from the Sydney based four-piece follows on from their critically acclaimed
debut album The Time Traveller, regarded as "...one of the most impressive debuts from an
Australian band in recent times!" (www.lifemusicmedia.com).

Transcension expands on the concept and knowledge of The Time Traveller, sharing the same
technicality, tied together with powerful melody and movement, lyrically reinforcing a positive
message of inner strength and unity.

Recorded at The Grove Studios outside of Sydney, the band re-engaged with producer Dylan
Mitrovich to bring this next musical chapter to life.

The first single Become The Light took to the airwaves on Triple J, Haug Radio, and a host of
digital and community stations. The single debuted along with other new material from the
forthcoming record whilst touring nationally with post rock legends Sleepmakeswaves.

The band will be releasing a limited pressing of individually numbered albums available
worldwide through Nucleus Music via pre-order only (www.breaking-orbit.com/preorder).

Transcension features the inspiring visual artistry of Cameron Gray (www.parablevisions.com)
who had the almighty task of illustrating the band’s musical expression.

The band's sophomore record is a testament to the ever growing national and international fan
base willing for this next statement from the dynamic and innovative ensemble. A preview series
showcasing the creative process and concepts behind the album will be presented via
www.breaking-orbit.com and social media.


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We are honoured to announce that we have accepted the support slot for US rock legends MASTODON at the Big Top - Luna Park, this Saturday 28th March. For those of you who have told us our live show was meant for the BIG stage - now is your opportunity to witness it first hand, supporting one of the most influential heavy rock bands of our time. See you there

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