NATIVE CONSTRUCT Kicks Off The Proggest August Tour

NATIVE CONSTRUCT kicks off their headlining tour in support of their debut full-length, Quiet World, tonight. The aptly-titled The Proggest August Tour will include supporting acts Wings Denied and Outrun The Sunlight.
Comments vocalist Robert Edens: “We’re very excited to hit the road in August with our friends in Wings Denied and Outrun The Sunlight! These guys are doing some really cool stuff in the prog metal realm and we’re so thankful to have them supporting us on this run. For fans who have been waiting to hear Quiet World live, this is a show they certainly don’t want to miss.”

NATIVE CONSTRUCT‘s live lineup will include fellow Berklee College of Music alumni James Knoerl (drums) and Kee Poh Hock (guitar). Both musicians can be found on YouTube at and respectively.

Also, it was recently announced that the band will be performing at ProgPower USA XVI during the main show on Friday! The sold out festival is scheduled to take place September 9th-12th at Center Stage in Atlanta. Other acts include labelmates Armored Saint and Falconer as well as Everygrey, Saxon, and many more.

NATIVE CONSTRUCT – The Proggest August Tour w/ Wings Denied, Outrun The Sunlight:
8/11/2015 The Middle East – Cambridge, MA
8/12/2015 Heirloom Arts Theatre – Danbury, CT
8/13/2015 Higher Ground – Burlington, VT
8/15/2015 Rockstar Pro Arena – Dayton, OH
8/16/2015 Papa Pete’s – Kalamazoo, MI
8/17/2015 The Token Lounge – Westland, MI
8/18/2015 Subterranean – Chicago, IL
8/20/2015 The Open Chord – Knoxville, TN
8/21/2015 Double Happiness – Columbus, OH
8/23/2015 Shiners – Greensboro, NC *no Outrun The Sunlight
End Tour
9/11/2015 ProgPower USA XVI – Atlanta, GA w/ Falconer, Anathema

NATIVE CONSTRUCT released their debut album Quiet World in April of this year via Metal Blade Records. Quiet World entered two Billboard Charts, debuting on the Hard Music Albums Chart at #56 and the New Artist Chart at #85. Quiet World is available for purchase at While there, check out music and videos from the band. And, of course, the album is available on all streaming music services, including Apple Music and Spotify.