From Oakland, CA comes the debut album from the progressive rock trio Cure For Gravity. Their new self-titled release features only six tracks, but as one song leads into the next, it feels like one continuous song. Beginning with “Tonight,” the song’s spacey build-up, leaves little room for vocals as you are taken on a sonic journey that shifts along with the exciting instrumentation of “Sunspots.” The album’s lead single, “Black Metal” has a classic prog-rock feel as Cure For Gravity use their influences to balance between their mainstream and experimental sound. The short 30-minute album closes with the steady tempo of “Killing For The Queen” as you wish for more from this rising young band. To find out more about Cure For Gravity and their new debut album, please visit cureforgravity.net.