Save The Clock Tower's album 'The Familiar // The Decay' has just been unleashed into the world and is currently ruling the roost at the top of the iTunes Metal and Rock Charts in Australia.
Singles White Cross and The Familiar Decay have been enjoying love on triple j's Short Fast Loud and community radio as well as premieres on Blunt, Rolling Stone and Australian Hysteria, as well as features on pilerats, MTV, Rage and more.
Check out the entire album here, which is now available for purchase through iTunes and all good online outlets.
They hit the road in July across Australia to show it off to a fanbase clamoring for their return.
Gathering influence from across punk, hardcore, metalcore and rock genres, Save The Clock Tower re-laid the foundation of their band with a mission to be meaningful as well as aggressive. The band has worked tirelessly to improve themselves and develop a very refined and professional sound that has impressed fans and critics from across Australia and brought them attention from the USA and beyond.
Save the Clock Tower have supported a long line of great bands such as Alesana, Bleeding Through, Parkway Drive, Northlane, The Amity Affliction, Dream on Dreamer and have made appearances at the critically acclaimed charity event, Breath of Life Festival in Tasmania.
They are proudly endorsed by Ibanez Guitars, ESP Guitars, Ernie Ball, Line 6, Truth Custom Drums, Inferno music and Australis music.
For more information about Save the Clock Tower, head to facebook.com/savetheclocktowertas
MEDIA LOVE FOR SAVE THE CLOCK TOWER
"With the unpredictable paths travelled on the album, mis-shapen song structures and jolting amalgamation of rock/metal genres, The Familiar // The Decay is an album of deep substance, a true pleasure to get lost amongst." - Rolling Stone Australia
"What makes this album different from other metalcore albums is these guys never stagnate. Metalcore elements are thrown about throughout the album like a hurricane, that at the end of the day fit together perfectly. It’s never lazy, and it’s never overdone." - AAA Backstage
"Save The Clock Tower didn’t follow suit with what the bigger bands are doing; instead they took a look at their own identity, continued polishing the sound they had previously created and put out what will likely be a surprise hit of a record." - Sound Fiction
SAVE THE CLOCK TOWER - THE FAMILIAR DECAY TOUR
SATURDAY 16TH - LAUNCESTON - CLUB 54
THIRD DEGREE, SLOW DESCENT
THURSDAY 21ST - SYDNEY - BALD FACED STAG
WE MAY FALL, LIKE ROYALS, BALTIMORE & OH/VILLAIN
FRIDAY 22ND - NEWCASTLE - DRONE
LIBERTIES, WE MAY FALL, THE BEAUTIFUL MONUMENT & I DIGRESS BAND
SATURDAY 23RD - PENRITH – PENRITH PCYC
WE MAY FALL, DROWNING ATLANTIS, AWAKENED, DIVINATE & BRAVE TODAY
FRIDAY 29TH - MOUNT GAMBIER – FLANAGANS HOTEL
SATURDAY 30TH - ADELAIDE – ENIGMA BAR
ASPIRATIONS, AFTER CHANGE, HOLLOW EYES, ACROSS THE ATLAS, THE CHASE, BEHOLD THE SEA
SUNDAY 31ST - MELBOURNE – WRANGLER STUDIOS
DRIVEN TO THE VERGE, ASPIRATIONS, FURIOUS GEORGE & PERSEVERER