Kyros – The End in Mind – PRESS RELEASE

Kyros have unveiled a brand new single and it’s an epic of nearly 8 minutes long with an incredible video which has also been created by the band. It’s the first new original music from Kyros since 2020 and marks the start of a new creative period for the band with more new music and live shows to come. The single is available on download and streaming sites now at:

Kyros – The End in Mind (

Guitarist, Joey Frevola says “The four of us have been very productive over the last couple of years writing tons of new music and spending time together as friends. Our collaborations have only gotten more fruitful and inspired as a result. ‘The End In Mind’ is our first offering of what we all agree is the best version of KYROS yet. It’s catchy, it’s got crazy playing, it talks about young people’s angst – boom. That’s KYROS”


Now in their tenth year, Kyros have released three studio albums, three EPs, a covers album and a live-in-the-studio album. The most recent studio album was the 2020 release Celexa Dreams, which showcased the band’s growth and evolution as musicians. The album featured the band’s most experimental sound to date, with electronic elements and a wide range of influences from other genres. It received widespread praise from fans and critics alike, solidifying Kyros as a leading act in the progressive rock scene. As one of the many bands that had to adapt and evolve in the wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Kyros took their new songs to the “stage” and toured Celexa Streams across the online world. In doing so, they seamlessly refashioned their way of working to show they are progressive both in musical style and in work ethic.

But in addition to their successful studio efforts, Kyros are also known for their dynamic and energetic live performances, which have garnered them a dedicated fanbase around the world. They have toured throughout the UK, Europe and USA and have also performed at festivals such as Night of the Prog and RoSFest, as well as supporting high profile bands such as Marillion, Spock’s Beard and Vanilla Fudge.


Shelby Logan-Warne

Joey Frevola

Robin Johnson

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