THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT: 'Imago' To Receive U.S. Release

Australia's THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT will release its second album, "Imago", in the United States on October 30 via Captiva Records. The U.S. version of "Imago" will include a bonus DVD containing videos for "Gone", "Reach", and "A Slow Descent" as well as live footage.

Having soared to No. 2 on the ARIA charts and going gold in Australia after only five months, "Imago" was produced by Joe Barresi, who has previously worked with TOOL and QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, among others.

THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT has maintained one of the most intense tour schedules in Australia, Europe and Great Britain, selling out to crowds at more than 400 live shows and attracting more than 40,000 people. In addition, the group has performed at well-known music festivals and shared stages with some of rock's greatest bands, such as TOOL, MUDVAYNE, and MUSE.

THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT will make its U.S. live debut as the support act for CHEVELLE.

Watch THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT's video for the song "Gone":


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