A few years ago, young Connecticut prog band Mile Marker Zero released their debut album. It nicely split the difference between bands like Tool and Coheed and Cambria, and perked up the industry’s ears. Five years later, after musical and personal growth that’s found the band sharing the stage with bands ranging from Periphery and Scale the Summit to Porcupine Tree, the band have emerged with Young Rust. The EP shows that they’ve taken a cue from some of the more current prog leaders while not forgetting the past, and it’s a must-listen for fans of commercial progressive music.
Today, we’re proud to bring you Young Rust in its entirety. The EP is available to purchase via iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and Spotify. You can order it via iTunes here.
[Photo: Tracy Ketcher]
Tags: Mile Marker Zero, Tool