36 Crazyfists, Superheist, Etc. Australian Tour Announced

36 Crazyfists, Superheist and From Crisis To Collapse will be out on the road together across Australia in April for the 2019 ‘Heistfest‘ tour. Below’s where that trek will stop:

04/04 Gold Coast, AUS – Shark Bar
04/05 Brisbane, AUS – The Back Room
04/06 Sydney, AUS – Crowbar
04/07 Newcastle, AUS – The Cambridge
04/11 Adelaide, AUS – Enigma Bar
04/12 Melbourne, AUS – The Evelyn
04/13 Frankston, AUS – Pelly Bar

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Converge Announce Download Sideshows w/ War On Women

Converge and War On Women have announced Australian Tour dates to go along with their upcoming appearance at Download Festival in March, tickets go on sale Tuesday November 27. There are no shows to be added in Sydney and Melbourne, Download will be your only opportunity.

Converge Australian Tour Dates w/ War On Women:

Saturday March 9 – Download, Sydney
Monday March 11 – Download, Melbourne
Tuesday March 12 – Crowbar, Brisbane
Wednesday March 13 – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide
Thursday March 14 – Rosemount, Perth

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Stick To Your Guns & Terror Australian Tour Announced

Stick To Your Guns and Terror will be out on he road again touring Australia together next year. Below’s where that trek will hit:

01/25 Brisbane, AUS – The Brightside
01/26 Gold Coast, AUS – Shark Bar
01/27 Sydney, AUS – Crowbar
01/28 Newcastle, AUS – Small Ballroom
01/29 Canberra, AUS – The Basement
01/31 Frankston, AUS – Pelly Bar
02/01 Melbourne, AUS – Stay Gold
02/02 Adelaide, AUS – Enigma Bar
02/03 Perth, AUS – Amplifier Bar

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At The Gates, The Haunted & Witchery Australian Tour Announced

At The Gates announce their April Australian ‘The Ultimate Triple Bill Kill‘ tour. The Haunted and Witchery will be joining them as support acts. The trek will find the three bands playing the following venues:

04/25 Brisbane, AUS – Triffid
04/26 Sydney, AUS – Manning Bar
04/27 Melbourne, AUS – Max Watts

Both bassist Jonas Björler and drummer Adrian Erlandsson are members of At The Gates and The Haunted and will be pulling double duty each night.

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Parkway Drive, Killswitch Engage, Thy Art Is Murder Australian Tour Announced


Parkway Drive have announced an Australian tour in support of their sixth studio LP, Reverence. Accompanying them on the seven date run will be American metalcore giants Killswitch Engage and fellow countrymen Thy Art Is Murder. Tickets go on sale May 24. Below’s where the the trek will stop:

Thu Oct 25 UC Refectory, Canberra
Fri Oct 26 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney Lic / AA
Sat Oct 27 NEX, Newcastle
Sun Oct 28 Riverstage, Brisbane Lic / AA
Fri Nov 2 Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne Lic / AA
Sat Nov 3 Entertainment Centre, Adelaide Lic / AA
Tue Nov 6 HBF Stadium, Perth Lic / AA

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Suicidal Tendencies To Release “Get Your Fight On!” EP In March – Announce Australian Tour

Suicidal Tendencies will release their new EP entitled “Get Your Fight On!” on March 09th. The EP will be one of two releases they have planned for 2018. In other news, the band have also booked a number of Australian appearances around their Australian/New Zealand festival dates. Check all dates below:

03/17 TBA, NZ – Storm The Gates Festival
03/21 Gold Coast, AUS – Coolangatta Hotel
03/22 Sydney, AUS – Metro Theatre
03/23 Brisbane, AUS – Eatons Hill Hotel
03/24 Melbourne, AUS – Download Melbourne
03/26 Adelaide, AUS – The Gov
03/27 Perth, AUS – Capitol

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Overkill Announces Australian 2018 Tour

American thrash metal legends Overkill has announced a string of headline shows in Australia, which will kick off at the end of February in Adelaide. You can see the tour dates below. Overkill are currently promoting their eighteenth studio album, “The Grinding Wheel,” which was released earlier this year through Nuclear Blast Records.

The tour dates are as follows:

February 28 – Adelaide – Fowlers Live
March 1 – Brisbane – The Zoo
March 2 – Melbourne – 170 Live
March 3 – Sydney – The Factory Theatre
March 4 – Perth – Rosemount Hotel

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Gravemind Posts New Song “Echo”

Early July saw Melbourne deathcore outfit Gravemind unveil that the band was behind mystery website thedeathgate.com. The site countdown eventually revealed that new EP “The Deathgate” will be released on Friday, August 11th, with pre-orders online here>

Today, Gravemind is rolling out a second single from the EP, titled “Echo,” which continues the story of the astronaut who journeyed through the Deathgate. The track also features Alpha Wolf’s Aidan Ellaz on guest vocals.

Gravemind’s EP release tour will see the group heading out on a three date jaunt in Brisbane, Melbourne, and Launceston that brings along fellow deathcore crew Blind Oracle for the Brisbane and Melbourne shows.

Thursday 14th September – Brisbane, QLD, Crowbar
Thursday 21st September – Melbourne, VIC, The Workers Club
Saturday 24th September – Launceston, TAS, The Greenwood Bar

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Ne Obliviscaris Touring Australia With The Ocean

Following a European tour alongside Enslaved, Ne Oblivscaris will embark on a headlining Australian tour. The tour begins this week, and sees the band traveling throughout the rest of the month with The Ocean. Dates are as follows:

Nov. 25 Melbourne (AU) @ 170 Russell
Nov. 26 Adelaide (AU) @ Fowler’s Live
Nov. 30 Canberra (AU) @ The Basement
Dec. 1 Sydney (AU) @ Manning Bar
Dec. 2 Newcastle (AU) @ The Cambridge Hotel
Dec. 3 16 Brisbane (AU) @ The Brightside
Dec. 4 Perth (AU) @ Capitol

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Destroyer 666 Announces New Australian Tour Dates

Australia’s renegade black/thrash maniacs from Destroyer 666 have announced a headlining Australian tour.

The tour begins on November 4th in Brisbane and sees the band trek throughout the country before concluding in Perth on November 13th. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.

The band is touring in support of new album, “Wildfire,” which is out now via Season Of Mist and can be streamed in full below. Catch these upcoming Destroyer 666 tour dates:

Aug 12 Schlotheim. DE @ Party San Open Air
Australian tour
Nov. 4 Brisbane, AU @ Crowbar
Nov. 5 Sydney, AU @ Manning Bar
Nov. 6 Canberra, AU @ The Basement
Nov. 11 Melbourne, AU @ Max Watts
Nov. 12 Adelaide, AU @ Enigma
Nov. 13 Perth, AU @ The Rosemount Hotel

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