Elusive international prog rock powerhouse AN ENDLESS SPORADIC have announced a new lineup of Berklee alumni and their first run of live shows since 2014 including an appearance at the prestigious NAMM show in January.
27 November: Prog Night @ Chain Reaction, Anaheim, CA - full info
29 November: Prog Night @ Viper Room, West Hollywood, CA - full info
28 January: NAMM, Pioneer DJ Arena Plaza Stage, CA - full info
"I couldn't be more excited to hit the stage with An Endless Sporadic for the first time since 2014,"comments the mastermind behind An Endless Sporadic, Zach Kamins. "After spending so much time in the studio working on Magic Machine and wondering how it would be played live, I finally found four highly impressive pieces to the puzzle; Matt Graff, Vini Cavalieri, Alex Jannuzzi, and Alberto Menezes! These guys really bring this music to life and I have so much fun playing alongside them."
Watch the band in action on their single 'It's Like a Path But It Changes All The Time': https://youtu.be/16u7BFa5sAE
The band have also announced the release of their last album, Magic Machine, on vinyl, which will be released in December. The critically acclaimed Magic Machine, features many special guests including Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater, Liquid Tension Experiment), Roine Stolt (The Flower Kings), Michael Iago Mellender (Sleepytime Gorilla Museum) and Navene K (Animals as Leaders, Entheos) to name just a few and is a showcase for mind-bending musicianship and rich expressiveness via avant-garde film-score soundscapes.
An Endless Sporadic are currently busy painstakingly writing the follow up to 2016's Magic Machinerelease, with further plans to tour in late 2018.