After some intense investigations yesterday, we found out that DevilDriver were gearing up to announce their first Australian Tour since 2014 and (as predicted), that tour has officially been announced this evening via Destroy All Lines.
The guys will head back down under in June hitting up all capital cities and Canberra in celebration of their new covers album Outlaws ‘til the End, Vol. 1 (our review here). Joining the band will be All That Remains who haven’t toured Australia since 2010 and will be focusing their set on their most recent release Victim Of The New Disease which came out in November last year. Fans should also remember frontman Oli Herbert passed away not long before the album was released so it’s expected they’ll be bringing a guest vocalist for the ride, more on that soon…
DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara joined our Wall of Sound: Up Against The Wall podcast last year to chat about their covers album and how they’re keen to do more in future. Revisit that podcast/interview right here!
Tickets on sale March 21st via Destroy All Lines
DevilDriver – Australian Tour 2019
with All That Remains
Thursday 22 August: The Metro Theatre, Sydney
Friday 23 August: The Basement, Canberra
Saturday 24 August: The Valley Drive In, Brisbane
Sunday 25 August: 170 Russell, Melbourne
Tuesday 27 August: Jive Bar, Adelaide
Wednesday 28 August: Amplifier Bar, Perth