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London based prog trio Quantum Sphere, self produced and released their Debt album 'The Space Adventures of Pyjama Boy' in July of 2011 after
only 2 years of their initial formation back in 2009.
The band came to be shortly after Mark Smith (The Drummer) spoke of his will to put together a Planet X/Meshuggah style prog band to Greg Knox (The Bassist),
who at the time was a drum student of Marks, Greg immediately thought of guitarist, Joe Pearson (The Guitarist), a friend and member of 2
previous bands that Greg had been in. Shortly after a phone call and a few emails, The trio has written a few songs ( Space Adventures and Perplexia ) within the
space of a few months. Not even 2 years after their first practice sessions the band had a 9 track album recorded, played a few shows, had live visuals for each
of the 9 songs and had begun planning their Album Launch Party for 2012.
Described as 'Sci-fi progressive-metal fusion', Quantum Sphere's stye combines groovy rhythms and riffs, progressive leads and synths with soundscape
orchestrations and out bursts of massive metal moments, all inspired by science, space, extreme metal and computer game music, all of which is complimented
with 9 individually crafted visual pieces to add an extra dimension to their live shows.
Quantum Sphere are currently working on new material and planning shows and festivals around the UK and Europe.
Album recorded and produced at the MurderZone Studio's by Joe Pearson."
“Obviously it's a lot to take in, but I love the vibe and the level of creativity is amazing. You'd better be planning some live shows.” Charlie Griffiths – Haken/Anchorhead
“Definitely a great level of playing there. while I haven't listened to prog in a while, loooong while in fact, the songs are all well crafted and do retain a bit of a "pop" feeling that make me want to go back and play them again. “ Marco Visconti – XP8
" There are so many funny time signatures on here that trying to nod your head along to a beat will almost certainly result in a severe concussion followed by death. " Chris Locke - Fleshrot
"Quantum Sphere, they’re doing something unlike anything else in an over-saturated world of music of copycats, posers and one-hit-wonders." Jason Ludwig - The River