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Foxblood – The Bittersweet Tour – Brisbane
September 1 @ 7:30 pm - 1:00 am UTC+10
PRESENTED BY KILLYOURSTEREO & FRIENDS LIKE US:
FOXBLOOD’S ‘THE BITTERSWEET TOUR’
FT MAKE WAY FOR MAN & ADVOCATES
Joining Foxblood will be Brisbane local legends Apate & Vaela and fellow VIC act Scourge.
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FRIDAY 1 SEPTEMBER – THE BRIGHTSIDE, BRISBANE (18+)
with guests Apate, Vaela & Scourge (VIC)
SATURDAY 2 SEPTEMBER – OXFORD ARTS FACTORY (GALLERY ROOM), SYDNEY (18+)
with guests Diamond Construct
THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER – LAST NIGHT @ AMPLIFIER BAR, PERTH (18+)
with guests Entropy
FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER – ENIGMA BAR, ADELAIDE (18+)
with guests After Change
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER – THE JOHN CURTIN HOTEL, MELBOURNE (18+)
with guests Arkive
Foxblood’s debut self-release ‘The Devil, The Dark & The Rain’ was a fierce statement from a band hellbent on blowing audiences away, a year since it’s release, Foxblood are pleased to announce the release of brand new single ‘Bittersweet’ and in conjunction with KillYourStereo and Friends Like Us, present ‘The Bittersweet National Tour’.
Despite heavy touring both here and abroad, Foxblood managed to lock down time in the studio for the fiery new single Bittersweet, mixed by Australian recording icon Forrester Savell (Karnivool, Twelve Foot Ninja & Dead Letter Circus) the single is an exciting taste of what’s to come from the Melbourne up & comers.
Foxblood have seen a rapid rise to prominence, following on from the release of The Devil, The Dark & The Rain in September 2016, critical praise began flowing and Foxblood became synonymous with end of year lists and headling local shows. 2017 saw the band deliver on a crushing tour alongside Perth’s heavyweights Make Them Suffer and then alongside Buried In Verona on their final national tour. To cap off the first half of the year, Foxblood ventured overseas to Taiwan’s Megaport Festival, consolidating their place as one of the country’s exciting exports.
Joining Foxblood on the road will be Perth tech lords Make Way For Man along with New Zealand deathcore transplants Advocates. A true showcase of some of Australia’s best heavy music talent right now.