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Australia's Unitopia return with 'Artificial' album
INSIDE OUT Music are set to release the follow up to Unitopia's 'The Garden' album. The new project by the Adelaide, South Australia-based progressive rock band, 'Artificial', is said to use "symphonic, progressive, world, jazz and art rock elements to illustrate the dichotomy of an artificial world that is developing within our real world and how we as human beings relate to each of these worlds."
A few changes in the band have occurred this year. Mark Trueack (lead and backing vocals), Sean Timms (keyboards/backing vocals), Matt Williams (guitars/backing vocals), Tim Irrgang (percussion), remain from the original formation, while Jamie Jones (drums), Shaun Duncan (bass) and Peter Raidel (saxes) bring "an exciting dimension to the new tracks adding an even more emotional aspect to the music than before, if possible."The opinions expressed in this article are not necessarily those held by Cross Rhythms. Any expressed views were accurate at the time of publishing but may or may not reflect the views of the individuals concerned at a later date.