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There are multiple artists which use the name Voyager:

1. A melodic progressive metal band from Australia
2. An ambient sludge metal band from the United States
3. A pop group from the United Kingdom
4. A drum and bass project
5. A rock band from the United States
6. An electronic project of Justin Scott Dixon
7. An electronic project of Tom Moore
8. An acoustic project of Andrew Tortorella ( )

9. An electronic (psytrance) project of Thomas Dubreuil, formerly known as Altöm

1. Voyager is an Australian melodic progressive metal band.
Voyager from Perth, Western Australia, was founded by Daniel “Nephil” Estrin in 1999 and released its debut album “Element V” in 2003. Their most recent album is “The Meaning of I” released on October 11th, 2011 via Sensory. The band has referred to their music as “80s synth pop on progressive metal narcotics”. Voyager have toured Europe twice and around Australia a number of times.

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2. Boston-based ambient sludge metal band.


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  • Amjan

    Voyager and Leprous are my fave prog-synth-metal bands.

    12 May 5:29pm Reply
  • Scout2000

    Hm. I dislike the vocals

    10 May 1:38pm Reply
  • ManOfMuchMetal

    The awesome 'V' has made it into my top 5 albums of 2014. Find out why exactly by clicking the link:

    6 Jan 8:00pm Reply
  • talski

    Addictive new album, I need to listen the previous work

    26 Dec 2014 Reply
  • bossbrew

    Damn just found these guys and love them. V is such a solid album.

    29 Aug 2014 Reply
  • ManOfMuchMetal

    Naturally, Voyager feature in my half-way round-up of 2014:

    20 Jun 2014 Reply
  • Chrisgjovik_88

    Love the new album!

    19 Jun 2014 Reply
  • michciu4

    and mine would be TMOI>IATR>uniVers=V>Element V

    4 Jun 2014 Reply
  • ZadionApocalaya

    A Beautiful Mistake, Summer Always Comes Again, and Seasons of Age are 3 of the best songs they've ever done for sure, too.

    4 Jun 2014 Reply
  • ZadionApocalaya

    Man, The Meaning of I was the step down for me. My current Voyager tier list would be something like I Am the reVolution > V > uniVers > The Meaning of I > Element V

    4 Jun 2014 Reply
  • SkummyBear

    V has taken me completely by surprise...This is one of my favorite releases of the year

    3 Jun 2014 Reply
  • MultiverseMann

    V is GOLD!!!!!!!

    3 Jun 2014 Reply
  • michciu4

    A step down after The Meaning of I. Still enjoyable though. Hyperventilating, The Morning Light and Peacekeeper are very good. Orpheus sounds like a mix of UniVers and I Am The ReVolution. It's A Wonder is too chaotic, vocals doesn't really fits the rythm in most parts (and that medium tempo part is boring) although song isn't bad. Breaking Down is too pop-like, I'm not very fond of it. The rest is just... meh. I hope it'll change in time.

    2 Jun 2014 Reply
  • ZadionApocalaya

    V is an incredible album indeed.

    2 Jun 2014 Reply
  • dirtclaw

    And I was right. What an album.

    1 Jun 2014 Reply
  • dirtclaw

    I've heard A Beautiful Mistake, Orpheus and part of Seasons of Age via internet radio and yeah, this album will definitely rival Meaning of I.

    27 May 2014 Reply
  • AxCa

    The three new tracks are more than great. So I guess this album will be at least as good as "The Meaning of I". 2014 needs this.

    27 May 2014 Reply
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    26 May 2014 Reply
  • dirtclaw

    Breaking Down is great! Gonna be a hard wait for the rest of this one...

    27 Jan 2014 Reply
  • ThisDominon

    Quickly become a favorite band!

    19 Jan 2014 Reply
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