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Deez Nuts ‘Binge & Purgatory’ Tour – Brisbane 18+
August 25 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm UTC+10
Destroy All Lines & Hysteria Magazine Present:
The “Binge & Purgatory” Tour – Brisbane 18+
Void Of Vision
Friday, 25th August
The Brightside, Brisbane 18+
Tickets are on-sale now for $23
Go grab a functioning liver while you can, as DEEZ NUTS are set to binge and purge their way around Australia this August!
In support of their brand new album Binge & Purgatory (see what we did there) – available worldwide via Century Media – DEEZ NUTS will be taking in dates across Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, Newcastle, Sydney and Brisbane, where they’ll be backed by a who’s who of Australia’s heaviest up and comers , including VOID OF VISION, DREGG and BEERWOLF.
Written in and inspired by the cultural mecca that is New York City, Binge & Purgatory is the band’s most accomplished and hard-hitting work to date, one that boasts guest appearances from some of the biggest names in modern hardcore. Terror’s Scott Vogel lends his pipes to “Antidote,” while “Lesson’s Learned” features the one and only Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed.
Binge & Purgatory is more than a collection of high-profile names though, with DEEZ NUTS founder JJ Peters adamant that is the band’s most “concise and deliberate” work to date. Produced by the members themselves – in a collaborative manner with their long-time friend, Andrew Neufeld, of Comeback Kid – and engineered by Shane Frisbee (The Ghost Inside, Bury Your Dead), Binge & Purgatory is a must have for fans and newcomers alike.
Joining DEEZ NUTS will be Melbourne young guns, VOID OF VISION, who are currently riding their own wave of success, both at home and abroad. Their UNFD debut, Children Of Chrome, immediately connected with the heavy music community, which enabled VOV to take off on their first overseas jaunt (supporting Chelsea Grin throughout Europe), while a recent sold-out trek with US outfit I Prevail has further added to their already-stellar reputation.
DREGG’S unique brand of hip hop and thrash metal may not make sense on paper, but it’s the live arena where these Melbournians truly shine. Tracks like “Sorry Daddy” and “Weirdo” have struck a chord with show-goers across the country and while it’s likely that their over the top stage show may confuse at first, you’re guaranteed to be mesmerised by the end of their chaotic set.
Bringing up the rear will be new old guys, BEERWOLF, who channel the energy, riffs and alcohol consumption of your favourite 90s punk acts. Breaking hips and hitting the pit is their business and business is good.