Stick To Your Guns & Knocked Loose Announce 2017 Australian Tour


By all accounts, it has been a long bloody time since Stick To Your Guns toured Australia in the headliner role, but we will all once again witness a full set from the Californian hardcore group come January 2017 for their ‘Better Australia Than Dust Tour’.

Joining the band in direct support will be the much talked about Oldham County outfit, Knocked Loose (who let the dogs out?), as well as Adelaide’s Reactions and Sydney’s Relentless as local support’s to really help bring the mosh. Now, if you went to that cheap as chips Ocean Grove tour a couple months back you would have seen the SA outfit supporting Ocean Grove, and if you’re heading out to Hardcore 2016 in Syndey later this month, then you will find both Reactions and Relentless playing alongside a whole host of hardcore talents.

But back on track to this tour, Stick To Your Guns released their latest EP and Pure Noise Records debut ‘Better Ash Than Dust‘ a month or so back and you can read our shall we say, not so favourable review of it here. Likewise, Knocked Loose dropped the hotly talked ‘Laugh Tracks‘ to a warm reception from fans and critics alike (ourselves included) a few months back.

Make sure you check out the full tour dates for this run below and be sure to make a mental reminder that tickets go on sale at 9am Wednesday, November 9th local time via Destroy All Lines.

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4 Responses to “Stick To Your Guns & Knocked Loose Announce 2017 Australian Tour”

  1. EngineNo9 EngineNo9

    Pretty keen for this one! Here’s hoping STYG play more of Diamond than their latest album on this tour cycle. I think they played it in full on a few recent US dates. Not big on the ‘beatdown’ hardcore stuff but did like Knocked Loose’s debut.

    • Alex Sievers Alex Sievers

      STYG playing more of Diamond is always a good thing!

      I getcha on the Knocked Loose aspect. Laugh Tracks was a good album if kinda repetitive and… one dimensional at times. I’m sure they’re a sick live band, though.

  2. EngineNo9 EngineNo9

    Spot on. I thought your review of Knocked Loose hit the nail on the head. They remind me a lot of Code Orange but I personally don’t get all the hype around that band.

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