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An innovative progressive metal outfit based out of Notodden, Norway, Leprous draw inspiration from a wide array of genres and artists. Leprous issued a series of demos before the release of their acclaimed debut studio album, Tall Poppy Syndrome, in 2009. In 2011 the group issued its highly anticipated sophomore long-player, Bilateral. The brooding Coal arrived in 2013, followed in 2015 by The Congregation, the latter of which earned the group its first Spellemannprisen (the Norwegian equivalent of a Grammy Award) nomination. In 2017 Leprous issued their fifth studio long-player, the ambitious Malina, followed by a substantial European tour. In 2019, Leprous released a cover of "Angel" by Massive Attack, and released their critically acclaimed sixth studio album Pitfalls. Leprous continued to regularly perform live throughout 2020 and 2021, with the events streamed online from their home town of Notodden. This included performances of each of their studio albums (except Tall Poppy Syndrome) in full, including multiple live debuts and many songs performed for the first time with the band's current lineup. In June 2021, the band announced their seventh studio album 'Aphelion', to be released on 27th August 2021.