"I’ve been diagnosed with a form of cancer that requires immediate treatment."
The news comes just a month after the Perth band’s eight album made impact.
Congratulations to Voyager!
"It’s very exciting for me to think that maybe it's not just metalheads and prog fans that will know it's out there and give it a spin."
What does Voyager's post-Eurovision album accomplish? Something extraordinary.
Check out the collaborative track that Voyager says Sean Harmanis "totally slays".
“For those of you new to metal, welcome – metal is good for you, it’s good for your mental health, it makes you feel things."
"Who would have thought that an independent, progressive metal band from Perth, WA, would take a top 10 position at the world's biggest song contest?!!"
Perth alt-metal band Voyager represented us, with Sydney’s Andrew Lambrou also representing Cyprus.
“Thank you to our incredible team and everyone who voted for us. Holy moly."
"This epic string version of our song Promise moved us to tears and we cannot be prouder to be ambassadors for Australia, Aussie music, and particularly our incredible WA music scene!"
Voyager guitarist Simone Dow has been proving what she’s capable of for many years.
Blood & Glitter is an awesome metal song worthy of the world stage.
All we can say about Karl and Sarah’s attempts are, well, they tried.
Fresh from their Eurovision journey, Voyager will celebrate with an Australian tour no matter the outcome of their time in the competition.
"As a long-time Eurovision fan, this is the pinnacle - Voyager gets to play the greatest show on earth!"
"It’s rare to see so many cheesy grins at a heavy music show, but that’s the effect Voyager have."
Voyager drummer Ash Doodkorte peels back the curtain for an inside look at the band’s career-defining punt at Eurovision: Australia Decides, where they came thiiiiis close to winning out the entire comp – as well as their belated launch show for ‘Dreamer’, and what to expect from their long-awaited eighth album.
Polling high among punters as favourites for this weekend’s ‘Eurovision – Australia Decides’ event, WA outfit Voyager plead their case for metal domination at this year’s songwriting contest. Guitarist Scott Kay offers up five compelling reasons below.
Prog in the streets; pop in the sheets.