Sons Of Alpha Centauri

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SONS OF ALPHA CENTAURI’s Push ranked No. 8 for Metal Hammer’s Top 10 Alternative Metal albums in 2021. MetalSucks proclaimed, “The results are absolutely explosive. Fans of Far, as well as post-hardcore/alternative metal contemporaries like Quicksand, are going to absolutely eat this up.” BrooklynVegan premiered Push’s “Buried Under” single, writing of it, “A dose of heavy, soaring post-hardcore that really sounds like it could be a new Far song, which is a very good thing to sound like.”


Now, SONS OF ALPHA CENTAURI’s Pull delivers a powerhouse of searing post-hardcore, alternative metal, and dreamy progressive riff rock, providing the natural evolution of Push while capturing both a renaissance of 1990s post-hardcore and a future take on atmospheric dream-metal. The band is once again joined by drummer Mitch Wheeler – the percussive powerhouse and backbone of Will Haven and founding member of Ghostride and The Abominable Iron Sloth – who together with guitarist Marlon King and bassist Nick Hannon deliver a formidable hard rock foundation for Matranga’s emotional and dreamy overlay.


Having previously collaborated with Godflesh, Karma To Burn, Yawning Man, and members of Kyuss, ISIS, and Queens Of The Stone Age, SONS OF ALPHA CENTAURI offers an album that captures the essence of Around The Fur-era Deftones, the simplicity of Water And Solutions-era Far, and the integrity of Will Haven’s Carpe DiemPull provides a definitive reflection of the Sacramento luminaries cast in the mold of unadulterated riff rock, evolving a fresh take on alternative post-hardcore and emotive metal. The hypnotic and harmonic pulse of the music and the soaring introspective power of Jonah’s wrought, raw vocals provide an ever-emotional journey that sees new peaks in performance for all involved.


Founding member and bass player Nick Hannon comments, “We didn’t know if Push was going to be a one-off, but everyone involved loved what we did and thought we could collectively drive the sound even further, so Pull is an even more intense and emotionally direct performance from all of us. When Jonah returned to the studio he came with an ignited fire of passion and emotional intensity. Whereas Push focused on distress, distance, and separation, Pull is more cerebral and dreamlike. We’ve worked to create songs that everyone can engage with but with themes that are distant and eclectic. Immerse yourself!”


  • Jonah Matranga
  • Marlon King
  • Nick Hannon
  • Mitch Wheeler
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