blessthefall live

Friday 10 January 2014Past concert

blessthefall

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Cnr King and Union Streets 2302 Newcastle, NSW, Australia

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Doors open: 19:00

Tour name: Boys of Summer 2014

BOYS OF SUMMER 2014
Friday 10 January 2014
Doors 7:00pm, Starts 7:30pm

Pre-sale cash $44.60
Pre-sale credit card $45.50
Door $47.50

On sale Thursday 31 October 2013 10.15am

Featuring
Blessthefall
with Like Moths To Flames, The Color Morale & Guests

All ages
Standing

One of metalcore’s leading forces, Blessthefall will be headlining an epic, 11 date tour of Australia in January. Supported by Like Moths To Flames and The Color Morale

Blessthefall are known not only for their staggeringly powerful live performances but also for their incredibly busy work ethic. Through ten years and four albums the band have risen to the top of an endless stream of core bands. Shutting down venues due to rabid fans crashing already sold out shows and often drawing bigger crowds than the bands they were opening for.

Like Moths To Flames have set the scene ablaze recently thanks to a decidedly unique take on an otherwise well established genre. Stomping sing-a-long anthems, pulverizing metal chaos and crystal clear, soaring pop/dance melodies combine to deliver an intense, precise and passionate musical landscape that has put the band on the path to the major leagues.

The Color Morale bring some post hardcore to the line up and their message of positivity during times of struggle.

Expect no let up, no reprieve and no compromise from the bands as they descend to create chaos across the land. And they expect the exact same from their fans!

A Note Regarding Support Slots
Destroy All Lines are inviting bands to join the tour and apply to play in their city. Interested artists are advised to send an email to nigel@destroyalllines.com with the subject 'Boys Of Summer'. Please include the show you are wishing to play and your Facebook link. Do not send EPK's or any other files please.

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