VOYAGER: New Video Interview Posted Online

On June 6, SpaceKev of BlackWindMetal.com conducted an interview with Western Australia's masters of progressive metal experimentation VOYAGER at the Station 4 in St. Paul, Minnesota when they supported RHAPSODY OF FIRE. You can now watch the chat below.

VOYAGER's fourth full-length album, "The Meaning Of I", came out last October via Sensory Records.

Conceived in 1999 by German-born musician Danny Estrin, VOYAGER is certainly well known throughout the prog metal circuit worldwide, having carved an incredible, diehard cult fan base since inception. The unit's previous three albums display their unique and even strange integration of symphonic, electronic and progressive elements crafted into a seamless, incredibly executed, multi-genre style all their own, bridging gaps between metal subgenres and even verging on '80s pop.

With an impressive history of Australian music awards, as well as many titles of "album of the month" in Romanian, Finnish, Italian, German and Belgian music press, VOYAGER's notoriety for their energetic live performances has captured audiences worldwide. The band have battled geographical isolation to tour Europe twice, perform at ProgPower Europe 2006 and share stages with diverse acts like NIGHTWISH, STEVE VAI, SOILWORK and ALESTORM.

For more information, visit www.voyager-australia.com.

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