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EPIC night of technical and progressive metal/rock.

Friday March 9
Rosemount Hotel
$15 on the door from 8PM

Tangled Thoughts of Leaving
Chaos Divine

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Unfortunate clash I know, but this is not the first or last time a clash will happen. Both gigs should be awesome.

Tomorrow night. If you like post-rock, this shoud be a pretty super night. TToL released a split with sleepmakeswaves in 2009 and have finally got them over here.


The Bakery, Northbridge
Friday Feb 24
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TToL and SMW also playing in Bunbury on Sat Feb 25 if you're super keen.


After a massive 2011, Tangled Thoughts of Leaving are poised to put the cue in the rack with their final headline show of the year. To say this has been a huge year for TToL would be massive understatement, with the release of their debut album "Deaden the Fields", their first national tour and two wins in the WAM Song of the Year awards. To finish it off in style, TToL have one last night of glory planned at Amplifier Bar on Friday November 25.

Very un-metal support comes from Wizard Sleeve, Mezzanine and The Moltens. Doors at 8pm, tickets on the door.

After a massive album launch at the Bakery last month, TToL are off on our maiden national tour in Aug/Sept.

To kick it off, we have a sweet little show at the Norfolk Basement. Not much metal on offer this time (we like to mix it up) but if you like math/post-rock, this should be fun.

Norfolk Basement, Fremantle
Saturday August 27 2011

Tangled Thoughts of Leaving
The Silent World
Cautious Horsemen
Race to Your Face

Western Australia / Noctis calling it a day - last show tonight
« on: July 15, 2011, 07:31:24 PM »
Not sure whether everyone is aware that Noctis have decided to part ways.


"It is with great sadness that we announce that Noctis have made the difficult decision to part ways due to other musical commitments & a desire to individually take different paths musically.  This was not a decision made lightly, but one that is the best for us all musically and interpersonally. This news aside, we are all still thrilled and determined to have our debut double album ?Silent Atonement? released for you very soon and we are planning on making it a very special, personal and exclusive/limited item to add to your music collection. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, but we would like to take this time to thank everyone who has helped and supported us over the years, past members of the Noctis family for your part in shaping our music and history and lastly to all the fans for taking the time to listen to our music, come down to our shows and help spread the word of Noctis across the globe. This won?t be the end for the members of Noctis individually as music courses through our veins and is deep in our hearts. Keep your eyes peeled for happening of our current and new projects in the near future.

"Life?s Flame Dredged and Forged

Rocked in death?s sleepless hold

I seek out a way

I remember yesterday"

Much love: Daniel, Alex, Simone & Leonard"

This is sad news considering they have a double album coming up that sounds fucking good. Their last show will be TONIGHT at the Tangled Thoughts of Leaving album launch (at the Bakery in Northbridge). Happy to be sharing the stage with them one last time. Still sucks though!

Not entirely metal, but there are enough people here who dig TToL to post it up.

You can stream the whole album here:

We're launching it at The Bakery this Friday July 15, with Eleventh He Reaches London, Noctis and Opia. Looks like this will be the last Noctis show ever (or one of the last), as they are parting ways, sadly.

Deaden the Fields is one of the feature albums on RTR this week and has been getting a spin the last 3 weeks from Haugy on JJJ's The Racket. We'll be doing an East Coast Tour in September, followed by supporting Russian Circles back at the Bakery on September 17. Epic!


Revert Entertainment, Drum Media Perth and RTR FM Present....

Tangled Thoughts of Leaving - 'Deaden the Fields' Album Launch

After a six year build up of over 100 shows and 3 EPs, Perth progressive rock quartet Tangled Thoughts of Leaving launch their debut album at the Bakery on Friday July 15 2011.

With 62 minutes of sound spread over 6 tracks, Deaden the Fields is epic, intense, technical and emotive - perfectly capturing the live show that Tangled Thoughts of Leaving have honed since their inception in 2004.

The album was recorded over a three month period in early 2011, in TToL?s own self-built studio an hour south-east of Perth. A studio of their own gave the band a chance to give every second of the release the treatment it deserved, and that attention to detail is evident in the final recordings.

The album launch promises to be a feast for both the ears and eyes, with an intense lighting and visual display set to accompany the unveiling of TToL?s new opus. Rounding out a huge lineup of Perth heavy music are Eleventh He Reaches London (their first show in 6 months!), Noctis and Opia.

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For a taste of the new album, head here to listen to 'Deep Rivers Run Quiet':

This is a very un-metal lineup (saving those for June and July!), but anyway, we are launching an 11-minute single for those interested.

Tangled Thoughts of Leaving are set to launch a single for the track, 'Deep Rivers Run Quiet', at Manhattans on Friday May 13. Deep Rivers is the first track to be released from TToL's forthcoming album, Deaden the Fields, which will be out in July.

TToL will be ably supported at Manhattan's by pals The Silent World, Heytesburg and Cautious Horsemen.

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TToL were holed up in their studio for the first three months of this year, recording and mixing the album. It has just been mastered in Sweden by Pelle Henricsson (Cult of Luna, Refused). Here are a few short 'making of' vids posted during the recording sessions:

Part 1:
Part 2:
Part 3:


This is the final date of Eleventh He Reaches London's national tour, which is also hitting Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Should be a ridiculously epic occassion.

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Friday October 15
The Bakery - James St, Northbridge

Eleventh He Reaches London -
Tangled Thoughts of Leaving -
Atolah -


Tangled Thoughts of Leaving -
Noctis -
Ibex -
Bend The Sky -

$10 Entry

Friday the 13th of August 2010 marks a huge night of local progressive music and the first Tangled Thoughts of Leaving headline show since March. Joining in on the festivities are the wonderful Noctis, Ibex and Bend The Sky. Should be huge.

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WA Gigs / Tangled Thoughts of Leaving gigs in July 2010
« on: June 30, 2010, 06:52:04 AM »
Well neither of these gigs are metal enough for their own thread, so I added them both in here.

First up, this Friday July 2 at the Rocket Room, we play a mostly instrumental gig with Bat Country, My Majestic Star and Like Junk. Should be fucking great times. Bat Country just released a new album and have been kicking arse around the place.

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On July 22, we are supporting Karnivool at Capitol. Should be very interesting. Tix at heatseeker if that is your thing.

After this we will try and stay quiet for a while to record our album, which we are *still* fucking writing.

As part of WAMi Festival 2010....

Eleventh He Reaches London (nominated for Best Hard Rock/Metal Act in 2010 WAMi Awards)
Grim Fandango
Tangled Thoughts of Leaving (drummer Ben Stacy nominated for Best Drummer in 2010 WAMi Awards)
The Proleteriate

Rocket Room
Friday May 21
Tix $10 on the door


Friday May 7 2010
Amplifier Bar
Doors - 8 PM

Eleventh He Reaches London
Drowning Horse

This is Eleventh's first headline show in nearly 6 months (and only second show of 2010). Joining EHRL on the night will be the supremely heavy Suffer and Drowning Horse, as well as post-metal upstarts Ibex.

RTRFM?s metal masters Critical Mass and punk and hardcore ruffians Burn the Airwaves present?
Burn The Mass

Saturday March 6 from 7pm at The Civic Hotel, Beaufort St, Inglewood.

Expect a night of sounds on the heavy, fast, slow, deep and dark side from some of Perth?s best metal, hardcore and punk acts.

On the bill is:
Eleventh he Reaches London
Grim Fandango
ZX Specky
Pale as Ashes
Only Hope

You can buy your tickets right here. It?s $10 for RTRFM Subscribers and $15 for general admission.

Gold Subscribers will get free entry on the door on the night.

WA Gigs / TToL, Noctis, Nexus, Ibex - Saturday March 27 - Rosemount Hotel
« on: February 24, 2010, 07:30:56 PM »
Reserve this night to come down to the Rosie and get your prog on.

Tangled Thoughts of Leaving -
Noctis -
Nexus -
Ibex -

Saturday March 27, From 8PM.

Facebook Event Link = Event Link =


The last gig of 2009 for both TToL and EHRL.

This is going to be a golden night.

Tangled Thoughts of Leaving -
Eleventh He Reaches London -
Orogeny -
The Silent World -

Rocket Room
Friday November 27
$10 entry from 8PM.


Second last show of the year for both EHRL and TToL.

Eleventh He Reaches London
Fall Electric
Tangled Thoughts of Leaving
Mystic Eyes

Mojo's Bar
Saturday November 7
Doors 8pm

This Friday marks the launch of the 8th edition of the Cut n Paste DVD series.

Tangled Thoughts of Leaving happen to have an interview and some live footage on the DVD, so we will be helping to launch it at Mojos on Friday.

While it is a decidedly un-metal line-up - there is going to be some pretty cheap booze flying about. Coopers sponsor the DVD and there will be $6 pale ales and $10 long necks of glory.

We will be on at the ghastly time of 8:30 - so please come down, try and drink two long necks during our set, get excited and then do what you like with the rest of your evening!

The rest of the lineup can be seen on the poster below.

$10 long necks.

Eleventh He Reaches London will be playing a FREE show tonight  as part of the One Movement Festival. The show is outdoors in Wolf Lane (off King St in the city) and we'll be on at 8pm.

We'll also be supporting the mighty Poison The Well at Amplifier on Tuesday night. We have some access to $30 tickets - check out for details.

Western Australia / WAM Song of the Year Awards
« on: September 23, 2009, 09:33:36 PM »
So in the Heavy section there are a few familiar faces doing battle.

Atvena's Wake - Blood Countess
Pale As Ashes - Black The Eyes That Judge
Nexus - Genesis
Claim The Throne - Set Sail On Ale
Voyager - Total Existence Failure

You can vote for the public voting award (the actual category prize is determined by a panel of judges) at:,21598,26030545-5019216,00.html

Oh and while you are there, slip in a vote for Tangled Thoughts of Leaving in the Experimental category haha:,21598,26030544-5019216,00.html


The first Tangled Thoughts of Leaving show in five months is set for Saturday October 3 at the Hyde Park Hotel.

We are armed with a new drummer and fucking itching to get back into it. This is the first of a few very awesome shows we have booked to see out the year - it's going to be a sweet couple of months!

Joining us will be fellow prog/noise/randomists Injured Ninja and Orogeny.

Well there are a couple of lighter bands on this lineup, but a few of you dudes may be interested.

Hot on the heels of the release of the video for 'Oh, Brother' comes the first Eleventh He Reaches London show in Perth in over 3 months.

Joining us at the Rocket Room for this most excellent occassion are:

Shock! Horror!
Mystic Eyes

Saturday August 8. Doors at 8pm - $10 entry.

Oh, and if you haven't seen it, you can see the 'Oh, Brother' clip here:

Well, our last drummer has pissed off to the navy and doesn't look like coming back - so we need a new one.

The new drummer must be:

- fucking good
- confident with random time signatures
- confident with improv and jamming in a live setting
- open to playing all kinds of styles. It's only metal a quarter of the time, but still fucking challenging for the rest.
- reliable
- willing to jam in Mandurah once each weekend (usually Sundays). We have our own rehearsal space complete with recording equipment and instant porn access.
- considering the above - have reliable transport for coming to jam and gigs.
- willing to do the odd weekend tour over east as soon as possible, with hopefully bigger things to come (possibly something like Japan next year).
- really fucking keen. No time wasters please.

I guess the perfect candidate would be pretty well versed in metal, jazz and post-rock as that would describe what we do in a very general sense - but anyone who is super proficient at jazz or metal and willing to experiment is also welcome.

We have released well-received EPs in both 2008 and 2009, and are currently writing for our first full length.

We would hope that the new drummer could get up and running as quick as possible with our old material (specifically Tiny Fragments Parts 1, 2, 3 and A Vexing Predicament) so we can start playing live again ASAP - and learn the newer stuff with us as we write it!

If you would like to try out, or ask any questions about this, then reply here, PM me or send us a message on myspace.

You can hear what we do at:

Or you can download our 2008 EP, Tiny Fragments, for free from:


Luke / TToL


After releasing their new album, 'Hollow Be My Name' in March, Eleventh He Reaches London are ready to trek around the nation and show off the new material.

Joining Eleventh on most stops are Melbourne's teeth-rattling post-metal lords, Heirs, who are about to release their awesome debut album.

The first stop on the tour is joined by local prog/post-metal/jazz merchants, Tangled Thoughts of Leaving - who have just released a new split album with Sydney's sleepmakeswaves - and the droney soundscapes of Mystic Eyes.

It all takes place at the Rosemount Hotel on Saturday May 2. Tickets at the door.


Perth's Tangled Thoughts of Leaving and Sydney's sleepmakeswaves have sent 5 billion emails back and forth across the country to make this happen and it is finally ready to see the light of day.

Track listing is as follows:

1. Keep Your Splendid Silent Sun [6:19]
2. We Sing The Body Electric [5:23]
3. This Is How We Remember (Secret Robot) [6:49]
Tangled Thoughts of Leaving
4. A Vexing Predicament [3:23]
5. The World Is A Deaf Machine [15:14]

TToL's 'A Vexing Predicament' can be heard now at (Warning: Not metal :) haha). The other TToL track on the split is a 15 minute droning behemoth, with an ending heavier than anything we have previously done.  8)

The Perth launch will be at the Rocket Room on Friday April 3. Unfortunately sleepmakeswaves cannot make the trek across for the launch, but TToL will be joined by the noisy duo of Injured Ninja and Skyshark for what should be an epic evening of randomness.

The CD comes in a cardboard gatefold sleeve, featuring 4 pieces of work from local artist Jessica Page. Here is the cover:

We will be taking pre-orders later in the week.

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