Two records into a career, The Butterfly Effect have always been about pushing their progressive sound to the limit, the Australian four-piece have opened up further sonically than ever before. The results are invigorating and cathartic! Final Conversation Of Kings is a bold, expansive and career-defining statement, often fragile but always epic - a comprehensive evolution that builds on their signature style but doesn t lose track of the things that have made The Butterfly Effect one of Australia's favourite bands. Fans expect a hard-driving sound offset by fragile emotions, consummate musicianship and intimate vocals that sweep and soar. None will be disappointed - those aspects have been refined by a group that refuses to compromise, while the band continues to grow as both songwriters and players. Proving they're more than willing to take risks if necessary, Final Conversation Of Kings opens with the band's most ambitious effort yet, the majestic seven-minute masterpiece ´World s On Fire`, which ebbs and flows with sublime subtlety, veering fluidly from a gentle, cascading rhythm into an orgasm of crash and clatter and back. 'That's the longest song we've ever written', Ben explains. 'We're pretty proud of it - the trumpet and the vibraphone in the middle made it a journey'. 'Lyrically, it tells a good story, the vocal melodies are fantastic, and the playing is really cool'. 'I liken it to Radiohead - the way they put songs together'. Final Conversation Of Kings was recorded over five weeks at ´Grove Studios` on the Central Coast in NSW, Australia with acclaimed producer Forrester Savall, who has previously worked with Something For Kate & Karnivool - stands as The Butterfly Effect's crowning achievement!