Media/Press Quotes

Considering this is only 4 songs and 1 interlude of less than 30 minute duration, it is impressive that it does such a thorough job of sounding complete and representative of the band. The Australian scene is on the rise so look out for these guys’ full release that will possibly satisfy most progsters. — Paschallis Mirmigakis (Behind the Veil Webzine)

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Dutch Progressive Rock Page Review

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

Fireworks Magazine Writeup

Friday, November 1st, 2013

The latest issue of Fireworks Magazine features a writeup on Circadian Pulse. Click on image for readable version.


Metalheads and College Threads Write Up

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

A write up on the band at the blog Metalheads and College Threads:

New review from Sonic Abuse

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Review of the EP:

New EP Review from get ready to ROCK!

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

EP review in Background Magazine

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

Cheers to the guys at Background Magazine for reviewing our EP:

EP review in RockHard magazine

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

A review of our EP in the German magazine RockHard is now available online:[review]=30641.

Behind the Veil Interview

Monday, May 13th, 2013

An interview with Behind the Veil webzine:

Screaming Symphony Interview

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

Thanks to Gary and Peter from Screaming Symphony for the interview on Thursday night. Their work in supporting the local Progressive/Power Metal scene is much appreciated.

You can listen to the interview here: (we are on around thirty minutes into the show).

Interview with

Monday, April 29th, 2013

The following is the original English version of an interview Simon did with

How did you grow up listening to music, what inspired you to take up your instruments?

Well, each of us is going to have a unique answer to this question and you can find specific details in the band member biographies on our website. Generally speaking, we all more or less would have started off listening to some form of rock/metal music before discovering progressive metal via one of the major bands such as Dream Theater, who are probably the main common influence/inspiration amongst the band members. Inspiration to pick up our instruments would have come from a general exposure to music in which the instrument featured or from the playing of a particular individual. Beyond this, I suppose that a common feature for the members in a band like us is that sooner or later they discover and are highly impressed by musicians who excel on the instrument they play. This in turn inspires them to reach higher levels of proficiency.