New Skyharbor Lyric Video
2014-06-12 by SitarHero | 29 Comments

International Progressive Metal band Skyharbor have released a lyric video for the song Evolution. The song was released earlier this week as a download available to pledgers to Skyharbors crowdfunding campaign for its sophomore album.




To pledge to Skyharbor's second album visit:

http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/skyharbor/updates/37044

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SitarHero
June 12th 2014

4661 Comments


Shizz is tiiight

skoopy48
June 12th 2014

1486 Comments


Woah that was sick.

silentstar
June 12th 2014

2246 Comments


very nice

dan has the best vocals for this type of music

Drummerboy123
June 12th 2014

2343 Comments


Amazing song and incredible production. Really stoked for this to come out. LOVE Dan's vocals as well, he can do no wrong in my eyes.

Skyharbor, Absent Hearts, In Colour, White Moth Black Butterfly, it's all good.

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DatsNotDaMetulz
June 12th 2014

1748 Comments


Good to hear something with Devesh's contributions. Loved his work in Goddess Gagged.

DatBeefPudding
June 12th 2014

1301 Comments


good stuff. i pledged for sure.



chug73
June 12th 2014

989 Comments


Sounds great. Songwriting has improved since last album

botb
June 12th 2014

9655 Comments


dan fucking tompkins.

TooLateToGoBack
June 13th 2014

1762 Comments


dan fucking tompkins. [2]

i like Ashe a lot, but Dan needs to get his ass back to TesseracT


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SitarHero
June 13th 2014

4661 Comments


Fuck that shit. Skyharbor is making waaay more interesting music right now than TesseracT. If you ask me, Dan chose his horse wisely and we're all the better for it.

Omeggia
June 13th 2014

120 Comments


Songwriting is impeccable and Dan just brings the sex on this

trilogique21
June 13th 2014

391 Comments


dan = kreygasm

Hopelust
June 13th 2014

965 Comments


These guys have the potential to be one of the best acts around in metal in a few years. Loved Illusion & chaos. I'm sure this'll be just as good if not better.

Also, I'm very happy Dan was chosen to do the whole album. He was the better of the two vocalists on the band's last effort.

dathvada321
June 13th 2014

1429 Comments


This is so awesome. Can't wait for the album.

PortalofPerfection
June 13th 2014

408 Comments


Man that was wonderful. And yeah, vocals are so good. This is gonna rule.

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Makemebad35
June 13th 2014

747 Comments


Excited

RenegaDrifter
June 13th 2014

178 Comments


dan fucking tompkins. [3]

i like Ashe a lot, but Dan needs to get his ass back to TesseracT [2]

How did I miss they were raising funds for the next album. Let me skedaddle on over there and give them my money :}

MarkvandenBerg
June 14th 2014

73 Comments


Soooo good! Love this band!

PistolPete
June 14th 2014

3591 Comments


Can't fucking wait for this

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Dromasta
June 15th 2014

81 Comments


Song is fucking gorgeous and I'll be damned if this man isn't the best vocalist in metal.

NonApplicable
June 15th 2014

1951 Comments


This sounds like a different band than on Illusions and Chaos.

DatsNotDaMetulz
June 15th 2014

1748 Comments


Probably the input from the rest of the band now. Devesh and Krishna bring that melodic vibe from Goddess Gagged in particular while Dan is Dan.

SitarHero
June 15th 2014

4661 Comments


Yeah, Devesh says he was the primary songwriter on this one. It shows, I think. Riffs are a bit simpler, but some nice melodic lead lines. And Dan's vocal performance is secks!

DatBeefPudding
June 15th 2014

1301 Comments


dans vocals are always secks

SitarHero
June 16th 2014

4661 Comments


Yeah, but there are hooks like nobody's business. This song was stuck in my head halfway through the first verse. He really brought his A+ game. Let's hope the rest of the album lives up to this.

DatBeefPudding
June 16th 2014

1301 Comments


i honestly don't think the album can be bad. skyharbor has too many awesome individual musicians that are contributing to the album.

it's probably going to be even better than their debut.

SitarHero
June 17th 2014

4661 Comments


Devesh is still a bit raw I think. The song is probably the simplest one Skyharbor has ever put out. But the vocals fit better than ever before I think. Probably a product of group songwriting. Still addicted to the song...

Eggvander
June 29th 2014

101 Comments


back in Tesseract now, fuck yes, I can see their next album be really huge with Dan Tompkins on that Level right here. This song is so incredibly well structured, Really interesting to listen to this format of song. Not too long but just long enough to make it tight and no classic verse-chorus-verse-chorus.

SitarHero
June 30th 2014

4661 Comments


Yeah, it's a pretty unique sounding pop song. The relative simplicity of the riffs actually works in the song's favour by letting Tompkins' vocals carry it.



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