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ALTAEA

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ALTAEA is a five-piece post-hardcore rock band hailing from Auckland, New Zealand.

The band was reborn in 2022 with the addition of vocalist Josh Parbery who joined the ex-STATES members Reuben Parlane (guitar and backing vocals), Chris Birch (drums), Rob Woodman (bass guitar), and Nik Dobbin (lead guitar).

ALTAEA has quickly commanded attention due to their relentless style, blending expressive vocals, powerful riffs, and energetic rhythms, making them a tough contender in the New Zealand underground rock scene.

Their unique sound, which draws inspiration from various genres such as punk, hardcore, and metal, is marked by a dynamic and uncompromising approach.

ALTAEA’s carefully crafted songwriting and hard-hitting performances have already drawn the eyes of reviewers and music fans alike, and the band shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Fans of post-hardcore and heavy rock music should definitely keep an eye on ALTAEA.

Band Members:
Josh Parbery (vocals)
Reuben Parlane (guitar, backing vocals)
Nik Dobbin (lead guitar)
Rob Woodman (bass)
Chris E. Birch (drums)

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  • Auckland


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