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Below is our complete Nucleus news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Prog Fest Returns To Australia In 2009

In 2008, OzProg.com brought together a bunch of bands from Melbourne and Sydney to showcase the burgeoning field of Australian progressive rock. The inaugural Prog Fest concert in Melbourne was a huge success.

The number of acts on this year's festival has quadrupled from six to 24 on a two-city, three-day, multi-stage Prog Fest. The fest will comprise shows in Canberra and Sydney on the weekend of May 15th–17th, 2009.

The Basement in Canberra will play host to Ne Obliviscaris (VIC), Eleventh He Reaches London (WA), Aeon Of Horus, sleepmakeswaves (NSW), Mushroom Giant (VIC), ...Like Foxes and HEIRS (VIC) on Friday, May 15th, before 23 bands from all over Australia are crammed into the Annandale Hotel in Sydney over two huge days on May 16th and 17th. The full Sydney line-up includes: More...

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Nucleus Announces First Melbourne Headline Show

Sydney progressive hard rock band Nucleus will journey to Melbourne for a headlining show before heading back up north for a handful of shows in Sydney and Brisbane through February and March.

Entry to the gig at Melbourne's Esplanade Hotel on January 30th is free, and will also showcase locals Tinman and The Day Late.

The band will then hook up with Queenslanders HELM on:

February 20th at the City Hotel in Campbelltown, NSW
February 21st at the Excelsior Hotel in Surry Hills, NSW
March 20th at the Gold Coast's Miami Shark Bar
March 21st at The Step Inn in Brisbane

Nucleus has also revealed that they are working towards a new album in 2009, saying:

"Nucleus have hit the ground running this year, spending a number of hours writing and recording new material. We have a handful of new tracks in the works towards a new album, and a few of these tracks may pop up in our setlists over the coming 6 months."

You can check out some of the band's material on their MySpace page.

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