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Northlane (formed in 2009) is an Australian five-piece metalcore band, best known for their 2011 sophomore album “Singularity”, hailing from Blacktown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Named after the Architects songs of the same name, Northlane was originally comprised of vocalist Adrian Ftlipaldes, lead guitarist Jon Deiley, rhythm guitarist Josh Smith, bassist Alex Milovic, and drummer Brenden Derby. Prior to the release of their debut EP “Hollow Existence” Milovic and Derby were replaced by Simon Anderson and Mitchell Collier, respectively. The EP introduced the band to a wide audience and was supported by extensive touring around Australia.
Due to this success Northlane signed with UNFD towards the tail-end of 2011, who issued the band’s debut studio album “Discoveries” in November 2011. Charting at No. 85 on the Australian Albums Chart, the record earned a wave of positive reviews and was produced by William Putney. The album was supported by more relentless touring opening for the likes of August Burns Red, House Vs Hurricane, and Parkway Drive. Following a Canadian tour alongside Counterparts and Stray from the Path, the group returned to the studio with Will Putney to record their sophomore album.
In the wake of the band’s second album “Singularity”, Northland embarked on a modest regional tour across Australia with In Hearts Wake. Led by the single “Worldeater” the band issued their second studio album “Singularity” in March 2013. Promoted via a clever hype campaign that led fans to decode details and guess track listings, the record proved to be their most successful to date, peaking at No. 3 on the Australian Albums Chart. Northlane supported the album by embarking on their “Singularity” tour alongside Stray from the Path, Statues, and Karnivool.
The group subsequently made their U.S. touring debut, initially with Veil of Maya and Structures, and later on the American Dream Tour alongside Bring Me the Horizon and Of Mice and Men. In September 2014 it was announced vocalist Adrain Fitipaldes was leaving Northland due to health issues and a month later his replacement, Marcus Bridge, appeared on their new single “Rot”.