The brand new album "V" from one of progressive music's most acclaimed contemporary forces, SCALE THE SUMMT. Having sold over 50,000+ copies of their previous albums in North America alone, this is the band’s most ambitious and boldest work to date.
At this point in their career, it’s almost easier to list the progressive acts SCALE THE SUMMIT haven’t toured with than the ones they have. From legends Dream Theatre and Yes, to cult heroes Cynic and Devin Townsend, to modern trailblazers such as Periphery and Between The Buried And Me, to heavy experimentalist like Intronaut and Mastodon, the band has shared stages with a who’s who of the genre’s past, present and future.
This mix of classic and contemporary, timeless and topical is also reflected in the instrumentalists’ evocative sound, which is just as vital in today's post-post- / anything-goes world of shuffled playlists as it would have been on the freeform rock radio playlists of the 1970s. The group's fifth album, "V", sees them further develop their colourful musical palettes thanks to the addition of new drummer J.C. Brynat and the work of returning mixer Jamie King (BTBAM, The Contortionist ) who also collaborated with the band on 2013’s Billboard-charting "The Migration"