PROMETHEE new video and tour with MORE THAN A THOUSAND

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With Unspoken’ Swiss Mathcore wizards PROMETHEE reveal the second single off their latest album “Unrest”, which was released in September 2015 on Lifeforce Records and which saw a belated vinyl release in December.


PROMETHEE is heading out on the road again this February along with Portugal’s finest Hardcore export MORE THAN A THOUSAND on their Farewell Tour.

04.02. CH-Aarau, Kiff
05.02. AT-Wien, Bach
06.02. DE-München, Backstage
07.02. DE-Leipzig, Four Rooms
08.02. DE-Berlin, Musik und Frieden
09.02. DE-Hamburg, Hafenklang
10.02. DE-Stuttgart, Juha West
11.02. DE-Wiesbaden, Schlachthof
12.02. DE-Oberhausen, Resonanzwerk

If you want to experience PROMETHEE live, want to interview the band or write some nice live review, please get in touch with Arne to arrange guest list spot:

MTAT tour

Mathrock, noise, post-hardcore, prog sounds: there are a lot of influences to be discovered within the songs of PROMETHEE. Founded in 2008, the quintet from Geneva, Switzerland took its music to the streets right from the beginning. While being on tour and playing gigs, the songwriting evolved and the trademark band sound started to fall into place. However, listeners still have to spend time and concentration on what PROMETHEE are offering.

“Unrest” the successor of debut album “Nothing Happens. Nobody Comes, Nobody Goes” (2012), has to be characterized as being unwieldy and demanding as well as being highly rewarding! There is so much intensity and volume in the 12 tracks of the bands second album. PROMETHEE prove wide interests as careful, yet impulsive songwriters. And the Swiss value the virtue of challenging themselves and their listeners. Hence, “Unrest” offers numerous twists and surprises. There is plenty of transitions and variation, without ever becoming to pretentious. PROMETHEE really manage to build up fascinating arcs of suspense.


New Album “Unrest” – out now on Lifeforce Records
Unrest cover
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