Galactic Pegasus’ latest effort, Phantom of the Hill, is finally available worldwide as of today, November 18th. It can also be streamed on Famined Records‘ official YouTube channel in full.
The carefully planned and long-awaited album was crafted by the band in the past two years and is the culmination of everything the quintet has learned with the past releases and has been influenced by. Any fan of Northlane, Volumes or even After The Burial is bound to find something to sink their teeth into. If you’re on the hunt for something hectic and heavy while being spacious and subtle all in one, it turns out there’s no need to hunt at all—because the Phantom of the Hill is coming for you (Welsh, 2016).
Vocalist Andrew Hockley shared the following with us: “We couldn’t be more excited to finally release this album. From a creative standpoint, every one of us had a large portion in the writing contributions. Both lyrically and musically we hope to connect with new listeners out there, as well as stay connected with our existing fans who have stuck with us all for the past three years. Phantom Of The Hill is our flagship creation. Thank you to all who made this possible. Now don’t wait! Go check out Phantom of the Hill Now!”.
More about the band: Best described as a progressive Metalcore band, Galactic Pegasus come from from British Columbia, Canada. Their sound is mostly influenced by Metalcore from the late 2000’s, as well as the more modern Djent movement. By combining these two main influences, along with many others from each member, Galactic Pegasus has been able to create their own unique sound. The band was originally formed in 2012 as a solo project by founding member, Andrew Baena. After receiving numerous show offers, it was converted into a full-fledged band that now has two EPs, a full length album, and a cross-Canada tour under their belt.