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Friday, March 29, 2019 | Audio Horror, News

VOYAG3R (pronounced Voyager 3) returns with their 3rd studio album, War Mask. Expanding on the sonic pallet the band developed with their debut full length Doom Fortress, and follow up 2xLP, Are You Synthetic?, VOYAG3R delivers a diverse, dark, and dynamic collection of songs, including a cover of the King Crimson classic “Red”. Heavier tracks, such as “Ancient Enemies”, bring the rock element to the forefront, while more open tracks like “Sequenza Di Mezzanotte,” showcase a ’70s-vibed, organic sound.
View the album trailer via YouTube: 
War Mask was self-produced and recorded at the Tempermill studios in Ferndale, MI, using their Harrison 3232 custom console and MCI 2” 24-track tape machine. As with previous V3 albums, the artwork was done by horror designer and synth artist Slasher Dave.
Bellyache Records will be releasing War Mask on vinyl on Friday, April 26 with 2 limited edition colour variants: orange (limited to 200) and transparent green (limited to 200). Pre-Orders for all vinyl formats of War Mask start on Friday, March 29 at 8am EST at
Battle Chamber Music will be releasing War Mask on CD and Cassette, including an additional mix of the title track by band synthesist Steve Greene (who won Rue Morgue 2018 Album of Year for his solo album Electronic Dreams for a Holographic Existence). The cassette is limited to 100 copies worldwide. 50 red shell cassette and 50 black shell cassette with clear Norelco case. Pre-Orders for cassette, CD and T-shirt of War Mask start on Friday, March 29 at 8am EST at
Steve Greene – synthesizers, piano, saxophone
Greg Mastin – drums and percussion
Aaron Greene – guitars
VOYAG3R has previously sold out of all special edition variants of their albums, and produced a 2nd pressing of Doom Fortress. Two tracks from Doom Fortress, “One’s True Intentions” and “Il Guanto Nero”, were licensed for Rowdy Roddy Piper’s last film, “Portal To Hell”, directed by Vivieno CaldinelliVOYAG3R also contributed an exclusive track, “Appearance of the Mysterious Traveler,” to the Lakeshore Records soundtrack album to the documentary film The Rise of the Synths, directed by Ivan Castell.
VOYAG3R links:
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