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Divine Ascension to release ‘The Uncovering’ on Nov 16th

Australian, progressive metal outfit, Divine Ascension, have returned, unleashing their brand-new album, The Uncovering, upon the world. This is the band’s third album and is set for world wide release on November 16th.

The Uncovering screams modern, fast-paced and powerful. It synthesizes heavy, pounding rhythms, passionate, memorable vocals and eerie, cinematic layers with simply brilliant songwriting. All enveloped within clever arrangements that listeners and supporters will instantly recognize as Divine Ascension’s unique sound. You will also find the brilliant Tom S Englund (Evergrey) putting some vocals on the song “Pursuit of Desire”.

The song “Evermore” will be the first single out from the album and will be released on all digital platforms on October 12!

Divine Ascension’s second release, Liberator launched them on a 30+ date tour of Europe supporting Stratovarius with Gloryhammer. They conquered their own shores nationally, supporting Blind Guardian on their full national tour and then went on to complete a lengthy headline tour of Australia. The band showcased their unique and energetic performance to a swathe of passionate and expressive fans across the globe while refining and further enhancing their product.

Divine Ascension are looking to broaden their horizons with The Uncovering and reach more of their supporters throughout the world. With unrelenting persistence, ambition and dedication, the band hope to further extend their reach and amass even more loyal fans of heavy music, allowing others to uncover the brilliance that is, Divine Ascension.

The Uncovering Tracklisting:

The Fallen
Pursuit of Desire
New World
Revolution Phase
Beyond The Line
One Step From Here
Bittersweet Divide

Jennifer Borg – Vocals
Karl Szulik – Guitars
Jason Meracis – Bass
Luke Wenczel – Drums

The Uncovering (ViciSolum Productions) 2018
Liberator (ViciSolum Productions) 2014
As The Truth Appears (Nightmare Records, World) & (Hydrant Music, Japan) 2011