Stone Sour announce sidewaves

Stone Sour is a multi-faceted hard rock force of nature.

The continued ascendancy of Stone Sour is a genuine phenomenon. Resounding with more power and passion than ever before, on the new album ‘Audio Secrecy’, Corey Taylor proves he is much more than the snarling masked role he plays in Slipknot. Pitting bone-shattering riffs alongside unforgettable choruses, Stone Sour “have created the soundtrack to the rest of our lives” – Rock Sound

There’s something intangible about a band with strong chemistry and when all the elements are fused together, almost anything is possible. Sevendust’s new record, ‘Cold Day Memory‘, capitalizes on that chemistry. The reunion of Sevendust’s original lineup has reinvigorated the band and led to one of the best albums of their career. Sevendust sound excited, energized and ready to take on the world. “’Cold Day Memory’ is a killer release, and should propel the band to be included next to the biggest names in Metal today.” – Guitar International

With an abundance of deliciously sick guitar strokes and swift running bass lines teamed with vocalist Brock Lindow’s relentless hyperactive energy, it is clear that 36 Crazyfists were principally a band that existed to play live. “Displaying all of 36 Crazyfists now-trademark metallic post-hardcore stance, ‘Collisions And Castaways’ heralds a return to the band’s glory days.” – Rock Sound. With the incredibly enigmatic Lindow at the helm, 36 Crazyfists live shows are nothing short of a brutal party.

Tickets on sale Friday January 21 at 9AM.

Monday February 28, Luna Park Big Top, Sydney – Lic/AA
Tickets available from 1300 BIG TOP & 132 849

Wednesday March 2 – Festival Hall, Melbourne – Lic/Unlic
Tickets available from 136 100

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