Sun 30 Apr 2023

Dürer Kert | Budapest


Aviana comes to the Dürer Kert with their new album.

Aviana started their conquest from the Swedish "metal city" Gothenburg: their first album was one of the most successful in Scandinavia, and although the band’s success was slightly interrupted by the change of members and the pandemic, they came back stronger than ever with their new album released last year. The new material will be presented here on 30 April at Dürer Kert.

Aviana are no strangers to the Hungarian audience either, having last played as guests of The Word Alive in 2019, and now they will be performing as a solo act, presenting their album Corporation on 30th April at Dürer Kert.

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Aviana released their debut album, Polarize, in 2017 and immediately put themselves on the map. The album's most popular song, Solar, and a crossover ballad, Canvas, have reached over 3 million plays on digital music platforms.

The band have been heralded as the next big European metalcore band, touring the UK and Europe and opening for Japan's Crystal Lake on their tour. Thanks to their successful shows, the Japanese band was invited to their own festival, the True North Festival in Tokyo, which also saw them complete their first tour of Japan.

Despite their successful concert tours, they parted ways with their then lead singer in 2018, and performed only occasionally with Ghost Iris' lead singer thereafter while working on their second album, Epicenter. After the release of the album, however, all the musicians left the band, leaving only frontman Joel Holmgvist.

The big comeback came in 2021, when they started dripping with songs from their latest album Corporation. The new songs were an instant hit and the band came back stronger than ever, picking up where they left off. Aviana are now one of Europe's fastest growing metalcore bands, touring with bands like Our Hollow Our Home and InVision and playing to thousands of people at festivals like Summer Breeze Open Air and Brutal Assault.