It was tour news galore yesterday following the long weekend (for some) and we couldn’t be more stoked with the calibre of bands hitting the road to a venue near you (also for some).
Kicking things off with I Killed The Prom Queen’s Music for the Recently Deceased 10th Anniversary Tour. Yes, it’s hard to believe that a decade ago Michael Crafter was fronting the band alongside Jona Weinhofen, J.J. Peters, Kevin Cameron and Sean Kennedy. The tour will be conducted by their band’s current line up but you never know with these anniversary shows, we could see a guest appearance from members of the earlier line up to celebrate the album’s milestone.
Wednesday 13th April – The Prince Of Wales Hotel, Bunbury 18+
Thursday 14th April – Last Night (Amplifier Bar) Perth 18+
Thursday 21st April – Hot Damn, Sydney 18+ tickets at the door
Saturday 23rd April – Fowler’s Live, Adelaide Lic/AA
Sunday 24th April – Plastic, Melbourne 18+ tickets at the door
Thursday 28th April – The Brightside, Brisbane 18+
Next up is an announcement for all you lucky sons of guns in Western Australia with Karnivool hitting the road in their home state next month. This will be their first tour since 2015’s massively sold out Themata Decade Tour and will even see the boys head over to South Africa for the first time ever. These small intimate shows will sell out quick smart, so best you get your hands on tickets now before you miss out.
Wednesday April 13 – The Wintersun, Geraldton, Western Australia
Tix via: karnivool.oztix.com.au/?Event=61430
Friday April 15 – Pier Hotel, Port Hedland, Western Australia
Tix via: karnivool.oztix.com.au/?Event=61431
Saturday April 16 – Tambrey Centre, Karratha, Western Australia
Tix via: karnivool.oztix.com.au/?Event=61432
Friday April 22 – Mercury Live, Cape Town, South Africa
Saturday April 23 – Bassline, Johannesburg, South Africa
Wednesday April 27 – Prince of Wales, Bunbury, Western Australia
Tix via: karnivool.oztix.com.au/?Event=61433
Thursday April 28 – Badlands, Perth, Western Australia
Tix via: karnivool.oztix.com.au/?Event=61434
And last but not least metal act Disturbed have made good on their promise to return to the country for the first time since 2011 to perform songs from their latest album Immortalized which debuted at #1 on the Aria Charts. The guys have also had a huge crack at the commercial radio industry with their song “The Sound of Silence” getting added to playlists right across the country. Whether you’re a fan or not, these guys know how to pull a crowd and when they get one, they do not disappoint live. Joining them for the ride will be Melbourne’s very own 12 Foot Ninja who are also killing it overseas at the moment.
Wednesday, 9th November
HBF Stadium, Perth
Saturday, 12th November
Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
Sunday, 13th November
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Tuesday, 15th November
Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
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So which tour has caught your attention and will make you spend your hard earned cash on?
Until next time, rock the fuck out