The last few months have been absolutely huge for the career path of Sharptone Records’ own Aussie metalcore band Polaris. While the band’s previous releases (especially their debut album The Mortal Coil) were successful in their own right, the band has reached new heights with their sophomore album The Death Of Me. Out now via Sharptone Records, you really have to admire the way the burgeoning label has thrown tremendous amounts of time and effort into developing the young band, as well as Loathe, Holding Absence, Savage Hands, and plenty more of their impressive younger acts.
Color us impressed by Polaris’s first-week numbers for The Death Of Me, too. A #48 Billboard Top Album Sales and over 3.5 million streams is awfully impressive for a young metalcore band from Australia, and the band also notably charted at #3 overall in Australia, too. With notable chart debuts in the EU as well, it’s not really much of a surprise that the band already has a packed worldwide tour schedule for 2020, which includes touring just about anywhere you can think of. The only question is – will you be listening? Polaris have made it hard to ignore them.