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    Posted: August 13 2012 at 21:37
Hi All,
We are excited to announce our first release.

Allomerus is the name of our band and also of the name of the album. The music is best described as progressive rock and can be likened to Melbourne weather, wait a few minutes and it will change. Allomerus' music varies from crunching chords with pounding drums to gentle guitar picking with percussion to ambient sounds, often in the same piece. There's something for everyone. 

Allomerus is a new band who are keen to to use new technology. Our first album has been conceived using not only real instruments but also synthesizers and sequencers on an iPad. We have used: gyrosynth, sunriser, isequence, iElectribe, DM1 and mellotronics M3000 to bring our music to you. We also use a Roland guitar synth for saxophone and trombone sounds and Electronic drums and percussion.

You can listen and/or download our music from bandcamp
or via our website 
where you can leave a message. 

If you like our music and want to support us you can like us on Facebook or link your website to ours. Or more importantly spread the word to friends who you think would like our music!

Influences: Rush, King Crimson, Tool, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Porcupine Tree, Black Sabbath, Big Bands, Oscar Wilde, 80s computer games.

John and Paul Wegner.
Allomerus. Music with progressive intent.
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