Reliqa Sign To Nuclear Blast Records And Release Terminal

Australian Progressive Metalcore band Reliqa have signed to Nuclear Blast Records for all territories outside of Australia, where the band have signed to Greyscale Records. To celebrate the news, the band have released a new single Terminal.

“Terminal feels like the perfect re-introduction of Reliqa to the world,” Vocalist Monique Pym told MetalTalk. “It’s vibrant, high-shine and optimistic, yet with a moody, introspective cloud hanging over it that foreshadows all that’s still to come.

“We’re beyond thrilled to be back, especially now with the support of our new families at Nuclear Blast and Greyscale.”

A&R Manager Jaap Wagemaker at Nuclear Blast Records is equally thrilled. “We’re very excited to welcome Reliqa to our Nuclear Blast family,” he told us. “The band caught our attention after the release of their last EP, I Dont Know What I Am, with their signature sound that blends elements of alternative, prog, djent and Metalcore.

“The diversity of their sound paired with Monique’s stunning vocals means they appeal to a very wide audience.

“Reliqa are on a mission, and their first release for Nuclear Blast, the exhilarating new single Terminal, is a bold statement that sees them step up to being a truly global band.

“The future belongs to Reliqa, and working with Josh and Chris from their management team has been a great pleasure. We are looking forward to building this band up outside of Australia and beyond.”

Reliqa open for Halestorm at two shows in their native Australia in March.

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