'The very substance of the ambitious is merely the shadow of a dream.' William Shakespeare
Melbourne hard-rock 4-piece Tragic Earth are set to release their debut album 'Hatred and Tolerance' on the 4th of June, 2016, and are celebrating by embarking on their biggest run of shows in a short career spanning just over two years.
In this relatively short amount of time, the band has worked tirelessly to slowly forge their way into the Australian touring underground with 70+ shows Australia-wide, whilst independently releasing their debut EP and music videos for singles ‘Feels Good, Could Be Better’ and ‘Stumbelina.’
Completely self-operated, the band has slowly worked their way into the subconscious of the local masses with their honest, hard hitting live show that is supported by heavy, soaring melodies and lyrical content far removed from the typical 'are you ready to rock' clichés; rather focusing on a broad range of topics dealing with society, self-discovery, personal battles and mental deficiencies, choosing to use whatever platform they can to spread their personal message.
Deciding to embark on their most ambitious, at times seemingly out-of-reach project in mid-2015, Tragic Earth chose to record the album at Lighthill Recording studios with master producer Shane Rae, with artwork themes provided by award winning photographer Cyndi Briggs.
Tragic Earth will launch the album in Melbourne at the Brunswick Hotel on Friday, July 1, joined by the Arcane Saints, Warbirds and Pegbucket.
See you by the bar!!
'Hatred and Tolerance' available June 4th via iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and more. Physical copies can be purchased via the band's online store at www.tragicearth.bigcartel.com.