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Voros Streaming Debut EP, Announces First Live Shows

Voros, the five piece Australian metal outfit featuring former members of Double Dragon and A Red Dawn, has announced the band's first two shows in support of debut EP, "The Sky Burial EPs: Pt I."

Voros will play its inaugural show at Never Never Land with For The Vultures, Zero Hour, and Sedulous Rouse at the Shotz bar in Adelaide, South Australia on April 12th. Furthermore, the band has also announced a second show at Strike metal club on May 17th at the Enigma bar in Adelaide, South Australia with Seven Acts of Mercy, In Death... and Amoderndeath.

Voros formed in mid-2012 when A Red Dawn and Double Dragon members Joshy Lamont (bass) and Davin Buttery (guitar) teamed up with Double Dragon's Liam Weedall (drums) and set about establishing a new band that would incorporate elements of several metal sub-genres, while staying true to their Australian heavy metal instinct. The recruitment of guitarist Cameron Dodds and later vocalist Tyson Braithwaite would round out the five-pronged attack.

With a full lineup in place, Voros began recording the six tracks that would make up the band’s debut release, "The Sky Burial EPs: Pt I, II & II," with plans to unleash it for free online in three installments throughout 2013.

"The Sky Burial EPs: Pt I" is already out now and the EP features two songs recorded at Against The Grain Studios, while being mixed and mastered by Darren Jenkins (Mortal Sin, Daysend, DepriVation). Check it out below.

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1. Adzas writes:

Sounds crap, where are the melodies?

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2. Sascha666 writes:

Sounds killer, looking forward to hearing the full EP.

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