VOYAGER’s Guitarist SCOTT KAY Reflects On “Colours In The Sun” Album: “Having a Consistent Lineup Has Really Helped Us Build Momentum”

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November 1st represented a new chapter in Voyager‘s already extensive career: their seventh full length, “Colours in the Sun”, was unveiled, bringing all the classic elements that their fans learned to love. Catchy choruses, crushing riffs, tasty keyboard lines and an expansive sound, which is heavy and yet captivating.

Having played ProgPower US and ProgPower Europe a few times, these Australians are ready for a big leap in their career, and “Colours in the Sun” is the perfect vehicle to propel them. And bringing Einar Solberg of Leprous as a guest appearance will surely help them gain more popularity outside their home country, and hopefully warrant more extensive tours in the future.

“Colours In The Sun” Album Artwork

Sonic Perspectives collaborator Rodrigo Altaf crossed multiple time zones with the help of technology and caught up with Voyager‘s guitar player Scott Kay. The pair discussed different aspects of the new album, the progressive metal scene in Australia, his preference for Mayones guitars, and much more. Listen to their interesting conversation below and remember to stalk us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to be notified about new interviews and contents we publish on a daily basis.

Slideshow photographs by Stephen Schmidt, Jim Wilkinson, Rodrigo Simas and Norrsken Photography and Design


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