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Coridian

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Take fireball vocal powerhouse Dity and the hard hitting, harder grooving Raven brothers, bind them together and you get Coridian. It's the four-piece Auckland based who are fast becoming one of the best new names in Kiwi rock.

They've worked with some of the best names in NZ and Australian music including Zorran Mendonsa (Blacklistt/City Of Souls), Paul Lawrence (His Master’s Voice), Forrester Savell (Karnivool, Shihad) and Ermin Hamidovic (Architects/Intervals).

They've toured extensively around NZ, including their own headlining tours and performing with high profile NZ acts such as Devilskin, City of Souls, I Am Giant, Skinny Hobos and Written by Wolves, as well as international acts such as P.O.D (USA), Fuel (USA), Fozzy (USA), Sumo Cyco (CAN) & Red Sea (AUS).

Coridian’s debut EP Oceanic was released in August 2015, featuring the single and video for Brave Disguise. Following on from the success of this, they released singles Blind Faith (2016) and Reflections (2017). Late 2017 saw the release of their anticipated second release Caldera with the single and video for Seed (currently at 58,000 views on YouTube), accompanied with a tour and festival shows (supporting the Devilskin 2017 Tour & the New Plymouth Tattoofest). Coridian ended 2017 supporting Fuel on their sold out Auckland show.

2018 began with their final Kings Arms show with These Four Walls (NZ/AUS), followed by the four date Summer Underground Tour and supporting nu metal legends P.O.D (USA) in Auckland and NZ legends I Am Giant in Tauranga. Following on from this they joined the North Island end of The Skinny Hobos Album Tour, released their NZ on Air funded music video for Reflections and supported Devilskin for 3 dates on their NZ Tour.

The later half of 2018 saw Coridian release their new single Better Off which bridges the gap between Caldera and the next chapter. As well as a 5-date North Island Tour with His Masters Voice - The Devils Blues they supported American powerhouse rockers Skillet at Auckland’s Powerstation and Wrestler Chris Jericos band Fozzy on their Judas Rising Tour in Auckland.

2019 has seen the band writing and pre producing songs for their next release Eldur, which is part of a four part Series called Elements. Coridian made their South Island Debut at Christchurch’s Groovefest 7 alongside Skinny Hobos, as well as main support on the South Island ‘Lucifer’ Tour and North Island dates. Coridian headlined two of their own Auckland shows and played alongside Written by Wolves and more for the Muzic.net 20th Anniversary show. In June they performed select dates on Pull Down the Sun’s JuneFest tour and opened for Australian Prog rock band Circles with City of Souls and Seas of Conflict.

In July the band recorded at Roundhead and Zorran Mendonsa studios, tracking 7 songs for the Eldur release as well as video documenting the entire process and concept. September saw the band headline an Auckland show promoting new material before the single and video release of their latest song Eldur which was followed by a November North Island Tour in support of Rite of Passage single and video release.

2020 is the release date for the third chapter in the Elements concept, with follow up single The Witness dropping in March and their third single Good for Nothing dropping in April. Eldur gets a worldwide release in May via DRM NZ, Collision Course Australia and CDF Records Italy.

Band Members:
Kris Raven (drums)
Dity Maharaj (vocals, keyboards)
Mike Raven (guitar)
Nick Raven (bass)

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