Twelve Foot Ninja drop new single and video ‘Sick’, announcing the Sick tour – their first national headline tour of Australia in over two years. The track Sick is taken from their ARIA nominated album OUTLIER that debuted Top 5 US Billboard Hard Rock Albums, and #6 on the official ARIA chart. Arguably one of the most innovative heavy bands in the world today with their unique blend of hard rock and other genres rarely associated with head banging, Twelve Foot Ninja have already won the respect of heavy music lovers in the US winning Best New Talent at America’s Golden God Awards.
Twelve Foot Ninja are known for pushing the boundaries of music convention and fan engagement. The band’s music video for ‘Sick’ is a nine minute short film with three chapters leading to a dark but hilarious conclusion.
To understand how Twelve Foot Ninja developed a fervent underground following and garnered international attention, you have to see them live. They have amassed an enviable following of fiercely loyal, yet musically open-minded fans thanks to their two EPs, debut album Silent Machine, and most recently released ARIA-nominated album Outlier.
The Sick tour in 2017 will see the band freshly primed from a US festival tour and massive arena shows with Disturbed, who hand picked Twelve Foot Ninja to be their national support this month. Twelve Foot Ninja’s OUTLIER record is OUT NOW and in stores. Available from twelvefootninja.com, iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, JB Hi-Fi and all good stores.
Saturday 7 January – The Corner, Richmond VIC
Thursday 2 February – Commercial Hotel, South Morang VIC
Friday 3 February – Chelsea Heights Hotel, Chelsea Heights VIC
Saturday 4 February – Village Green Hotel, Mulgrave VIC
Thursday 16 February – Miami Shark Bar, Gold Coast QLD
Friday 17 February – V-Room, Noosaville QLD
Saturday 18 February – The Zoo, Brisbane QLD
Friday 24 February – Newport Hotel, Fremantle WA
Saturday 25 February – Amplifier Hotel, Perth WA
Sunday 26 February – Dunsborough Hotel, Dunsborough WA
Saturday 4 March – The Gov, Adelaide SA
Wednesday 8 March – The Basement, Canberra ACT
Thursday 09 March – Wollongong Uni Bar, Wollongong NSW
Friday 10 March – Manning Bar, Sydney NSW
Saturday 11 March – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle NSW
*From Official Press Release