Progressive Metal/Fusion Virtuosos Arch Echo Releases New Four-Song EP ‘Story I’; New Track + Video “To The Moon” Now Streaming

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Earshot Media*

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Progressive Metal/Fusion Virtuosos Arch Echo Release New Four-Song EP “Story I”

New Track + Video “To The Moon” Now Streaming
Stream Arch Echo’s “To The Moon” Video Here 
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Critically acclaimed progressive metal/fusion 5 piece Arch Echo returned with a new EP titled ‘Story I’ on October 2nd. The lead single “To The Moon” is now streaming everywhere.

Keyboardist Joey Izzo says, “‘To the Moon’ is contagiously uplifting and a really fun sonic journey. The groovy part in the middle is a bit of a new adventure for us and then it ends with a huge keyboard solo that was a ton of fun to make. I’m really happy with how this one turned out!”

Stream “To The Moon” on all digital platforms, watch the video and order the ‘Story I’ EP here:

Formed in 2016, Arch Echo exploded onto the progressive metal/fusion scene with a debut self-titled album that gained worldwide attention, housing popular songs “Hip Dipper” and “Color Wheel.”

Tours in North America and Europe soon followed including a mainstage debut at the UK Tech Fest in 2018.

Arch Echo returned with a 2019 follow up “You Won’t Believe What Happens Next!” and set their “sites” on even more expansive touring. Tours with artists such as Tony Macalpine, Periphery, Plini, Vola and a co-headline Japanese tour with Jacky Vincent brought their powerful live sound to new ears all over the world.

‘Story I’ Track list:

1. To the Moon – 4:13
2. Strut – 4:32
3. Leonessa – 5:02
4. Measure of a Life – 7:15
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Arch Echo is:

Joey Izzo – Keyboards

Adam Rafowitz – Guitar

Adam Bentley – Guitar

Joe Calderone – Bass

Richie Martinez – Drums
What others have said about Arch Echo:

“…the group is ready to be the next big thing in the Prog world.”- Prog Sphere

“…brace yourselves, this takes prog rock to the next level.”- Alt Dialogue

“Arch Echo have released the best instrumental progressive metal album of the past few years. A style of instrumental prog metal that recalls the classics (Steve Vai, Dream Theater) in sheer speed and general wankery (in a good way), mixed in with riff-based djent (Animals As Leaders, Periphery), along with the more hip-shaking, jazzy style that’s been popular of late (Polyphia, Plini). “- New Noise Magazine

“It is refreshing to find bands like Arch Echo, with working musicians who aim to push the envelope of the music they want to write and play…”- The Prog Space

“…buckle up and get ready for (a) refreshing and exciting ride…”- Metal Observer

“…needs to be heard to be believed…”- Metal Reviews

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