Self proclaimed Alien Death Core Texans,Rings Of Saturn have announced their long awaited and well over due first tour of Australia and New Zealand!
The tech-death specialists will descend on our lands in late June along with special guests Hollow World and Eternal Rest!
Since self-releasing their debut album, Embryonic Anomaly in late 2009, Rings Of Saturn have built a huge global fanbase, touring non stop and releasing four albums.
Their 2015 appearance on the US based Knotfest showcased their spacey melodies and galactic chaos to a wider audience than ever before and they haven’t looked back.
With more than 30 tours under their belts, its high time the band brought their acclaimed energetic live show to their southern hemisphere fans! The bands fourth album, Ultu Ulla, was released in 2017 via Nuclear Blast and combines ultra heavy chug and groove with eerie soundscapes, soaring melodies and enough oddball fusion to truly make it a celestial event!
The local openers for each show have been now been revealed, making a crazy night even crazier!
With their unique blend of death, groove and tech metal, soaked in political and social commentary, Zeolite are the perfect party starters.
In the nations capital ‘the answer to the disease of man’ Inhuman Remnants will put on a perfect display of death metal.
Sydney’s Blade Of Horus will get the evening under way via their brand of tech death with a little hint of slam.
Deathcore groove merchants Forsaker, will give the Crowbar’s sound system a nice pummelling ahead of the nights main courses.
Death metal, Black metal, Progressive metal and Shoe-Gaze all get thrown into one big melting pot when Danse Macabre hit the stage!
Don’t miss one of the most enjoyable metal shows of the year! Strap yourself onto a Saturn rocket and blast off for a carnival ride among the stars!!
Wednesday, June 19: Stay Gold, Melbourne
Thursday, June 20: Basement, Canberra
Friday, June 21: Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
Saturday, June 22: Crowbar, Sydney
Monday, June 24: Brightside, Brisbane
Wednesday, June 26: Valahalla, Wellington
Thursday, June 27: Whammy Bar, Auckland
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