Nucleust (Official Website and Store)
So who likes getting free stuff?
Perhaps a silly question.
To celebrate the launch of their re-imagined website, Nucleust will be giving away merchandise from their bandcamp web store to a lucky winner. The winner will be given the option of any three of the above six items! To go in the draw to win, all you have to do is sign up for the band's Newsletter below.
Nucleust will be touring Japan in April of 2019 alongside Obscura and Jinjer.
The Japanese tour is in support of Obscura's latest release "Diluvium"; the final part of a massive four album concept series. The tour also marks the first time Nucleust will perform on Japanese soil for dedicated fans and an ever growing audience.
Shows are booked for Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo including two straight nights of metal and relentless live performance at the venue "Cyclone". Other venues where Nucleust will appear on tour include "Fan J Twice" and "Imaike 3Star" renowned for heavy music.
Further information can be found under "Shows and Touring"
2018 has been a huge year for Nucleust. The evolution in the band's sound and development as a whole has been so profound that they have dubbed their new shift musically as "The New Era"; an exciting and captivating progression in Nucleust's career. Each member of the band has played a massive role in shaping the sound of the upcoming releases with unparalleled attention to detail and passion.
Max Palizban (Guitarist and Vocalist, pictured first on the left) originally fired up Nucleust back in 2013, after which he soon unleashed the bands debut EP "Fractured Equilibrium" alongside original members of the band in 2014. Since then, the band has released several other albums, toured both nationally and internationally on several occasions, and provided support for some of metal's best acts including Twelve Foot Ninja, Six Feet Under, Haken, Lacuna Coil, Soilwork and many more.
Max and Giuliano (Drummer, pictured first on the right) began pioneering Nucleust's upcoming release in July of 2018, writing numerous songs with assistance on the production of the release from none other than Nick McLernon (Guitarist and Founding member of "Make Them Suffer"). Max has been responsible for composition of the upcoming release as a whole, alongside the band, as well as his own guitar composition and tracking on the record.
Jayden Walker (Frontman, pictured second on left) not only handles vocal duties within the band and on the upcoming release, but has also been responsible accordingly for majority of the work towards our social media presence, as well as the variety of cinematic teaser videos you may have seen throughout Facebook and Instagram.
Grom Lofthouse (Bassist, second from the right) has made a major impact with his bass work on the upcoming release. Bass was tracked and composed by Grom. His playing showcases a variety of techniques, some of which have never previously been used amongst Nucleust's bass playing.
Giuliano Macri has been responsible for drum composition and tracking for the latest release. Amongst this, Giuliano also runs the Nucleust website and had worked very closely alongside Max during composition of the new release!
With a solid team and highly anticipated new release on the horizon, fans can be guaranteed their hunger for more Nucleust will not remain unfed and they will soon be seeing some huge things outside of the ordinary coming from the band.
Nucleust.com is back and better then ever, fully re-built from the ground up by drummer Giuliano Macri.
All tour dates, merchandise and news can now be found here alongside the bands Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
The inspiration behind the websites design came from the idea of having a simple and presentable visual experience for fans to get the information they needed, at its most central source. "I didn't particularly feel like having an overload of information or visuals on the site was a very welcoming idea." mentions Giuliano, "My aim was to keep everything quite minimal, while still giving fans everything they wanted out of our website in the most efficient manner possible". The simplistic colour pallet was also a deliberate decision made to maintain a cohesive visual presentation within the website and Bandcamp webstore (found under the shop menu).
The news will be pumping out steadily. Get yourself comfy.