Infinite Spectrum to Join Fates Warning on Theories of Flight Tour

Infinite Spectrum is proud to announce that we'll be headed out on a U.S. tour with prog metal legends Fates Warning! The Theories of Flight tour kicks kicks off on June 11 and currently runs through July 1. Thanks to Fates Warning and the mighty Infinity Concerts for making it happen. We'll be playing material from our critically acclaimed concept recording Haunter of the Dark, based on the story by master of horror H.P. Lovecraft. 

Haunter of the Dark is available worldwide through The Laser's Edge Group subdivision, Sensory Records, at

We'll be returning to NYC at the end of the tour to headline Progpocalypse Now!, a special prog rock concert event at the Knitting Factory Brooklynon July 15 with special guests The Tea Club and Crazy Swedes. We look forward to seeing you on the road!

6/11/2017 The Chance Theater - Poughkeepsie, NY
6/13/2017 Upstate Concert Hall - Clifton Park, NY
6/14/2017 Mulcahy's Pub & Concert Hall - Wantagh, NY
6/15/2017 Rams Head On Stage - Annapolis, MD
6/16/2017 The Gramercy Theatre - New York, NY
6/18/2017 Mexicali Live - Teaneck, NJ
6/20/2017 Buffalo Iron Works - Buffalo, NY
6/21/2017 Mod Club Theatre - Toronto, ON
6/22/2017 Agora Ballroom - Cleveland, OH
6/23/2017 The Token Lounge - Detroit, MI
6/24/2017 The Forge - Joliet, IL
6/25/2017 Shank Hall - Milwaukee, WI
6/27/2017 The Rex Theater - Pittsburgh, PA
6/28/2017 Sellersville Theater & Washington House Hotel & Restaurant - Sellersville, PA
6/30/2017 The Webster - Hartford, CT
7/01/2017 Brighton Music Hall - Allston, MA

7/15/2017 CEG Presents: Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY

Infinite Spectrum Plays Progtoberfest!

Infinite Spectrum took to the stage at Reggies in Chicago on Saturday, October 22, as part of the Progtoberfest II festival. had this to say about the performance:

Taking influence from Dream Theater and Symphony X, this New York based prog-metal band began in 2007 as a project between two college kids. Infinite Spectrum’s compositions are highly technical with lyrics focusing on conceptual, and theatrical story-driven themes. I have heard of them previously as their last album was released on Ken Golden’s label Sensory Records, but reality is I hadn’t have the chance to catch up with their music. I was delightfully surprised to hear that “Haunter of the Dark” brings legendary master of horror H. P. Lovecraft’s short story to life through ambitious compositions featuring an abundance of dynamic, virtuoso playing, and powerful, melodic vocals. Their short set was an outstanding musical voyage with a captivating sense of energy. Bravo!

Check out photos from the show here, along with coverage of the other amazing bands at the fest. We’re already looking forward to next year!

Peek-a-Boo gives “Haunter of the Dark” a stellar 9 out of 10 star Review!

Infinite Spectrum surprised me because of its variety, the beautifully constructed concept album and its versatility… Infinite Spectrum presents an album that shows how a good prog rock album should sound like : diverse, entertaining and surprising at times. For fans of Dream Theater, Transatlantic and The Flower Kings.