Leprous to release Aphelion tour edition and new live album

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Norwegian proggers Leprous have announced they will release a special 'tour edition' of most recent album Aphelion through InsideOut Music on February 23.

The new album features the original Aphelion album, released in 2021, its two initial bonus-tracks as well as a separate, brand-new live bonus disc of six tracks running to 40 minutes, which were recorded this year during the first leg of the Aphelion touring campaign at Motocultor Festival in France and in Berlin, Germany.

The additional new live tracks will also become available separately as limited transparent light blue LP on a 180g vinyl edition entitled Live 2022, to be released on May 5 via InsideOutMusic.

Leprous will tour Europe and the UK throughout February and March in support of Aphelion with both Monuments and Kalandra as supports.

The Aphelion (Tour Edition) release will be available both as limited 2CD digipak and as digital album. You can see the art for this and Live 2022 below.

Pre-order Aphelion (Tour Edition) and Live 2022.

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Leprous

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Leprous: Aphelion Tour Edition

CD1 – Album & Bonus Tracks
1. Running Low
2. Out Of Here
3. Silhouette
4. All The Moments
5. Have You Ever?
6. The Silent Revelation
7. The Shadow Side
8. On Hold
9. Castaway Angels
10. Nighttime Disguise
11. A Prophecy To Trust * Bonus Track
12. Acquired Taste (Live 2021) * Bonus Track

CD2 – Live Tracks (40:04):

1. Out Of Here (Live At Motocultor 2022) (04:22)

2. From The Flame (Live At Motocultor 2022) (04:01)

3. Below (Live At Motocultor 2022) (06:04)

4. The Price (Live At Motocultor 2022) (05:36)

5. Nighttime Disguise (Live In Berlin 2022) (07:39)

6. The Sky Is Red (Live In Berlin 2022) (12:22) 

Writer and broadcaster Jerry Ewing is the Editor of Prog Magazine which he founded for Future Publishing in 2009. He grew up in Sydney and began his writing career in London for Metal Forces magazine in 1989. He has since written for Metal Hammer, Maxim, Vox, Stuff and Bizarre magazines, among others. He created and edited Classic Rock Magazine for Dennis Publishing in 1998 and is the author of a variety of books on both music and sport, including Wonderous Stories; A Journey Through The Landscape Of Progressive Rock.