“On their fourth album From the Gallery of Sleep, the L.A-based alternative metal power trio examines the junction between fantasy and reality. Taking the role of a prog Morpheus, they lead us through the land of imagination.” – Noisey

“A stunning, nine-and-a-half-minute marvel that upholds the band’s career-long tradition of dedicating a track to the legendary bird on each album” – Revolver Magazine

“Somewhere in the grey area between Animals as Leaders and Pelican lie Night Verses, a Los Angeles instrumental trio that gives a refreshing flair to prog.” – MetalSucks

Today, the Southern California progressive instrumental rock trio, Night Verses, are sharing the full stream of their new album From The Gallery Of Sleep with Noisey ahead of it’s June 29th release on Equal Vision Records. The first single “Phoenix IV: Levitation” premiered last month to great reviews with Revolver Magazine and the premiere of “Infinity Beach” on MetalSucks a few weeks ago received similar accolades resulting in a great deal of anticipation around the album’s full release. Night Verses are bringing their highly regarded live show out on a full US tour to celebrate From The Gallery of Sleep starting June 28th with Strawberry Girls.

Earlier this year, the heavy post rock outfit, shared the news that they would be continuing on as an instrumental band without their long-term vocalist and surprise released their first new music, a 3 song EP, Copper Wasp. While that sort of change up might have knocked a band back a few steps, Night Verses have come through as an entirely different beast, letting each member shine all the brighter.

With the release of their new full length, From The Gallery Of Sleep, Night Verses are redefining what a progressive metal band can sound like, pushing the boundaries, not only without a vocalist, but by bending the sounds that are “generally acceptable” within a heavy record. The record is a new step forward and sees Night Verses moving on from what they used to be by challenging preconceived notions about their sound and heavy music in general. These rising from the ashes type of analogies are extremely “on the nose”, as the band would say, with tracks like “Phoenix IV: Levitation” but are even more extreme when listening to tracks such as, “No Moon”, “Glitch In The You” and “No.O” that flow together seamlessly, while still keeping the listener on edge between incredibly technical riffs and lulls of soft beat percussion and atmospheric noise.

Originally formed in 2012, they went on to sign with Equal Vision Records and share the stage with acts such as Converge, letlive., The Chariot and more. While the loss of a vocalist might break other bands, Night Verses’ live show, which they’ve always been highly regarded for, has only grown more intense and dynamic.

Tour Dates with Strawberry Girls:
6/28 San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge
6/29 Sacramento, CA @ Goldfield
6/30 Redding, CA @ The Dip
7/1 Bend, OR @ Volcanic Theatre
7/2 Portland, OR @ Paris Theatre
7/3 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon in the Funhouse
7/5 Denver, CO @ Streets of London
7/6 Kansas City, MO @ Davey’s Uptown
7/7 St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam Bar and Hall
7/8 Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
7/9 Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome
7/10 Detroit, MI @ The Loving Touch
7/11 Columbus, OH @ Big Room Bar
7/12 Pittsburgh, PA @ The Funhouse
7/13 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
7/14 Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
7/15 Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
7/16 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
7/18 Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
7/19 Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506
7/20 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
7/21 Orlando, FL @ Will’s Pub
7/22 Tampa, FL @ Crowbar
7/24 Nashville, TN @ The End
7/25 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
7/26 Tulsa, OK @ The Vanguard
7/27 Dallas, TX @ The Prophet Bar
7/28 Houston, TX @ The Secret Group
7/29 San Antonio, TX @ Jack’s Patio Bar
7/31 Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock
8/1 Van Nuys, CA @ White Oak Music Hall
8/2 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction