Australia’s premiere progressive metal act Voyager have announced an online show, inspired by the legislation that was passed in Australia that is preventing them from touring their latest album, ‘Colours in the Sun’.

Fans can tune in to the online show where Voyager will perform from their hometown Perth, Western Australia, on Sunday October 11th 2020. 

10pm Melbourne / 7pm Perth / 4pm Russia / 1pm Central Europe /12pm UK / 7am New York /4am Los Angeles

Fans can purchase tickets on a ‘pay what you want’ basis from September 25th at

Danny Estrin says this about the show “We’re looking forward to experiencing a new kind of live experience with our fans, and we hope you can join us wherever you are in the world. We don’t know what the future holds, but right now we’re going to make the best of it and try to unite us and our fans in an alternative way.”

The law preventing from Voyager performing in YOUR city is the

Voyager Biosecurity (Human Biosecurity Emergency) (Human Coronavirus with Pandemic Potential) (Overseas Travel Ban Emergency Requirements)Determination (Cth) 

The absence of live shows in 2020 has affected music fans all around the world.

Magazines gathered to praise the band’s live performances in 2019, including Prog Magazine, who made the statement that
“Somehow you sense that much bigger stages beckon on their future”

Voyager have embraced this statement, and they’re about to bring their captivating and renowned live performance to the ‘world stage’ – inviting fans from all over the universe to tune in to a full 60 minutes of Voyager goodness. The 5 piece keytar driven act will perform a set crammed with songs from their latest album ‘Colours in the Sun’ and other fan favourites.

Aussies can crack open a beer at the time of streaming, Europeans can stream with their brunch and Americans can set their alarm clocks early if they want to tune in live. Otherwise, all tickets allow for the stream to be viewed at the ticket holders’ convenience, meaning that they have access to the stream after it goes live.

The show will be available on Veeps until November 1st 2020.

Moreover, Guitarist Scott Kay teaches fans how to play a riff from the band’s song “Colours” in the latest installment of Guitar World’s “Sick Riffs” series! In addition to the play-through, Kay also includes the tablature. Watch and learn at THIS LOCATION.

The song is taken from the band’s 2019 release, ‘Colours in the Sun,’ which can be downloaded and streamed HERE.

And to round off a successful week, Simone Dow was also listed this week as one of the ‘Best Women in Metal’ courtesy of Alt Press at THIS LOCATION.


“Every song on this record is killer.” – The Music AU’s Album of the Week

“Colours in the Sun is phenomenal! If you enjoy both synth pop and metal, get the fuck in here.” – Metalsucks

“Another leap forward for a band ready for the big time.” – Metal Hammer

“It’s a monster!! Massive riffs, math-rock sensibility and 80s pop hooks. What more could you want?” – Prog Magazine

“They are doing no wrong in my books, they are on top of their game. When an artist in general finds their voice, this is what Voyager have done on this album”. – Mitch Alexander, Triple J



‘Colours in the Sun’ was recently the winner of The Independent Music Award in the Rock/Hard Rock Album category. The record was released in November of 2019 and landed a coveted #1 placement on the Australian Independent Albums chart! ‘Colours in the Sun’ also debuted at #7 on Independent Label Albums as well as #27 on Official iTunes Australia.

The band has reissued 2017’s ‘Ghost Mile’ as a digipak version, which contains three bonus tracks which were recorded during the VOYAGER show at ProgPower in 2017.

ICYMI: Earlier this year, VOYAGER‘s music video for “Runaway” was exclusively premiered via ‘Eurovision – Australia Decides!’ Following an application via the Song Portal, the band finally received recognition for submitting a track and were paid tribute on the live television broadcast that aired on Saturday, February 8 on the Gold Coast.

Style: Progressive Metal

Danny Estrin – Vocals
Simone Dow – Guitars
Alex Canion – Bass
Scott Kay – Guitars
Ash Doodkorte – Drums

1. Colours (4:05)
2. Severomance (4:23)
3. Brightstar (4:32)
4. Saccharine Dream (5:27)
5. Entropy – Featuring Einar Solberg(4:43)
6. Reconnected (4:48)
7. Now or Never (1:39)
8. Sign of the Times (3:47)
9. Water Over the Bridge (4:42)
10. Runaway (4:38)
Total: 42:44
Voyager – ‘Colours’ – 2019 (Season of Mist)

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