World class instrumental/prog/djent outfits Intervals and Polyphia are coming to Australian shores in just over a month’s time and things are heating up, with the local support acts announced today.

The already intensely progressive and futuristic guitar-heavy lineups are now packed with extra guitar goodness, including progsters Voyager joining the bill in Perth at Amplifier fresh back from their stint in Europe, destroying the stage at Bloodstock.

Sydney‘s show at Bald Faced Stag sees guitar maestro James Norbert Ivanyi open proceedings, Melbourne gets I Built The Sky on the back of their recent hugely successful single and video releases, and Brisbane gets the infinitely danceable and quirky-yet-head-turning He Danced Ivy at The Brightside.

From September 21 to 24 in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Australian promoters Destroy All Lines are bringing Intervals (aka Aaron Marshall) and Polyphia to Australia to destroy minds and melt faces.

Last in Australia alongside Plini in 2016, Intervals is returning to Australian shores for their first headline tour.

Intervals is a window into the mind of guitarist and composer, Aaron Marshall.

Founded in 2011, Intervals is a progressive and forward-thinking staple in modern instrumental music with roots firmly planted in all things traditional and an open eye on the future.

Intervals has shared stages with Protest The Hero, Periphery, Between The Buried and Me, Animals As Leaders, Plini and more.

Polyphia’s first voyage to Australian shores comes on the back of the announcement of their brand new album ‘New Levels New Devils’, which will see its release on October 12, 2018.

They recently dropped the first single from it, O.D. The video has over 300,000 views and rising.

The band – whose average age is barely 21 – is comprised of Tim Henson (guitar), Scott LePage (guitar), Clay Gober (bass), and Clay Aeschliman (drums).

Polyphia has toured and shared stages with the likes of Animals As Leaders, Periphery, Between The Buried and Me, The Contortionist and more.

Tickets for this once in a life time experience are on sale here.