“Remember Me” was directed by Garret Henry of GGH Motion Pictures and marks the forth single off Ascendia’s debut album The Lion and The Jester. The video for “Remember Me” can be seen below.
Ascendia will also be playing a series of exclusive shows in North America supporting Norwegian Progressive Metal artists Circus Maximus. Ascendia will be playing shows in Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, and New York leading up to their appearance at the Power Prog USA Festival in Atlanta, GA.
Ascendia Tour Dates
Sept 2- Chicago, IL – Reggies
Sept 3 – Toronto, ON – Hard Luck Bar
Sept 4 – Montreal, QC – Cafe Campus
Sept 5 – New York, NY – Studio at Webster Hall
Sept 9 – Atlanta, GA – ProgPower USA Festival
Beautiful but brutal. Chaotic but calculated. It’s the balance between these seemingly opposing foils that Toronto’s Ascendia so perfectly strikes with their beastly brand of Hard Rock/Metal. Their mammoth sound spans the Atlantic, uniting elements of North American metal with a foundation rooted in the symphonic tradition of European metal, and is poised to appeal to even the most discerning genre purists.
The four-piece – currently comprised of vocalist Nick Sakal, guitarist/vocalist John Lov, drummer Billy Lov, bassist Stephen Kerr – has been amassing serious attention and accolades from Canada’s heavy music community over the past couple of years. They earned a slot on the bill for the Toronto stop of the 2013 Rockstar Mayhem Festival alongside heavyweight headliners like Mastodon, Amon Amarth, Children of Bodom, and Five Finger Death Punch. They’ve been tapped to support the likes of Haken, Next to None, Into Eternity and Single Bullet Theory, and now, they’re set to capitalize on the buzz with their first North American Tour supporting Circus Maximus. The final date of this tour will have Ascendia playing their largest show yet; Prog Power USA.
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