Aura unveil Behind My Eyes

Italian proggers Aura have issued a promo for their track Behind My Eyes.

It’s lifted from their upcoming third album Noise which launches on February 6 via Spider Rock Promotion. It’s the follow-up to 2011’s Deliverance. View it below.

The group, vocalist/drummer Giovanni Trotta, keyboardist Francesco Di Verniere, guitarist Giuseppe Bruno and bassist Angelo Cerquaglia, previously stated their third album would feature a wide and varied mixture of styles.

They said: “Noise represents a substantial turning of sound from Deliverance while retaining many of the elements that have always distinguished the band’s sound.

“The turning points were determined primarily by the artistic maturity of the band members – you’ll hear different influences with each listen: 70’s rock to post rock, united in an an amalgam of incredible arrangements moving Aura to pomp prog and art rock.”

The album is now available to pre-order.

Noise tracklist

  1. No Hatred 2. From Dust To Life 3. Behind My Eyes 4. Under Black Skies 5. Over The Ground 6. Silence In A Word 7. Dream Of Memories 8. On The River Of Time 9. Falling 10. The Distant World
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