Returning to the fold with a bombastic new line-up, Carmeria fuse Gothic and prog-power elements to create a cathartic symphonic metal soundscape. 


From hallowed halls, deep within the suburbs of Sydney, Australia – CARMERIA are a force like no other. Embracing the dark symphonic edge of music that so few dare to venture, the Australian metal visionaries take on the international heavy music scene with soaring vocals, powerful guitars and orchestrations on a world-class level.

Since reforming with a new line-up in 2018, the band have been on a momentous warpath through the Australian metal scene. Their debut album ‘Advenae’ (released May, 2021) garnered international attention and recognition for the group as one of the up-and-coming bands of symphonic metal to watch out for this decade.

The end of 2021 saw the group complete the first leg of their nation-wide album tour,
culminating in a sold out performance in their hometown of Sydney. To help promote the tour, the band released a symphonic metal re-imagining of Billie Eilish’s ‘All the Good Girls Go to Hell’, which once again saw them receive international praise for their musical flare and ingenuity. 2022 will see CARMERIA complete the 2nd leg of their national album tour before heading into the studio to record their sophomore album.

Despite global circumstances halting the growth of many bands at the turn of the new
decade, CARMERIA have shown that no obstacle is great enough to stop the momentum of Australia’s future symphonic metal powerhouse.


The band is a tight unit, playing a great set of original music. Their sound is huge, and everyone there is rocking along with them, having a great time just like those on stage.
Paul Kerr
Bloody brilliant, lighting and show were phenomenal. Visually, sonically, spiritually, and straight out music-fan-ily: this band have no peers in Australia.
Charlotte Graham
The Music Producer
The Sydney five piece quickly hit their straps, straight into the symphonic prog metal, with a thunderous rhythm section of bass and drums bedding down the keyboards and metal guitar overlays. All this was topped off by vocals that went from rock opera to demon inspired guttural growls, from a front-man that postured, strutted and hammed it up, revving up the crowd.
Rob Mezzatesta
Searching for the Brown Note
They have a really strong visual presence and have definitely come along to play. It was great to see people here tonight familiar with the outfit and they played a tight set. There were some moments in the set that really grabbed me tonight, and I am looking forward to seeing these guys play again.
Mark Snedden