Confession announce local supports


Following the success of their debut album Cancer (2009) and sold-out national tours throughout 2010, Australian hardcore band Confession prepares to push forward.

With members living in Adelaide, Byron Bay and Melbourne, the quintet took proceedings to the North Coast, to the Parkway house in Byron Bay, to write 10 new songs. Doing so essentially “made this record what it is,” as being in the house is so “relaxing and peaceful,” tells vocalist Michael Crafter.

Recorded with iconic Swedish metal producer Fredrik Nordström (Bring Me The Horizon, I Killed The Prom Queen, In Flames), at his Gothenburg Studio, The Long Way Home presents an assured and strengthened outfit.

“We knew he was going to make this record sound amazing and he did exactly that,” says Crafter, of the talented producer.

The album explores lyrical themes relating to decisions we make regarding “the life path we follow.” A matured and retrospective Crafter – who is no stranger to the writing and recording process, having previously fronted I Killed The Prom Queen, Bury Your Dead and Carpathian during his career – continues. “It’s about being happy and doing what you want to do. We take roads that lead us very far away from the people we love and the place we call home. But our family and friends will always be there for us when we need them.”

Musically the album unveils a “faster and more intense” sound, than Blunt Magazine’s Australian Album of the Year for 2009, Cancer; which also debuted at #1 on the AIR Independent Charts. Though in keeping true to their roots, fusing both heavy and melodic elements together “is what we have always been about,” claims Crafter. And keeping “a good balance is what we have achieved.”

Having taken a giant leap towards forging themselves as a force within the international hardcore community, Confession is back on home soil and eagerly awaiting the release of The Long Way Home.

With a new album to be released on September 23, Confession will be hitting the road on "The Long Way Home" Tour this October. All local supports are listed below.

Confession "The Long Way Home" Tour

With special guests Thy Art Is Murder and Antagonist A.D.

Tickets for all shows are on sale now.

Friday October 7 – Uni Bar, Adelaide – Lic/AA
w/ Lake Nyos
Tickets available from Moshtix outlets www.moshtix.com.au

Saturday October 8 – City Band Hall, Mt Gambier – AA
w/ Admella
Tickets available at the door

Sunday October 9 – Musicman Megastore, Bendigo – AA
w/ Fractal
Tickets available at the door

Wednesday October 12 – Hi Fi, Brisbane – 18
w/ Tyrants
Tickets available from www.thehifi.com.au, 1300-THEHIFI (8434434), Kill The Music.

Thursday October 13 – YAC, Byron Bay – AA
w/ Dead Hands
Tickets available from www.oztix.com.au

Friday October 14 – Beenleigh PCYC, Brisbane – AA
w/ The Lane Cove
Tickets available from www.oztix.com.au

Saturday October 15 – Corner, Melbourne – U18
Tickets available from the venue 03 9427 9198 www.cornerhotel.com

Sunday October 16 – Corner, Melbourne – 18
w/ At War With Gods
Tickets available from the venue 03 9427 9198 www.cornerhotel.com

Thursday October 20 – Unanderra Community Centre, Wollongong – AA
w/ Never See Tomorrow
Tickets available from Moshtix outlets www.moshtix.com.au

Friday October 21 – Factory, Sydney – Lic/AA
w/ The Bride
Tickets available from www.factorytheatre.com.au, The Enmore Theatre & The Metro Theatre

Saturday October 22 – Panthers, Newcastle – AA
w/ The Storm Picturesque
Tickets available from Moshtix outlets www.moshtix.com.au

Sunday October 23 – Oasis, Wyong – AA **
w/ The Bride, Make No Mistake
Tickets available from www.oztix.com.au

Saturday October 29 – Civic Backroom, Perth – 18 *
w/ Saviour, Against The Tide
Tickets available from Moshtix outlets www.moshtix.com.au

Sunday October 30 – HQ, Perth – AA *
w/ I Am Eternal, Paradise In Exile
Tickets available from Moshtix outlets www.moshtix.com.au

** Thy Art Is Murder not playing.
* Antagonist A.D not playing.

The Long Way Home will be out on September 23 through Resist Records.


10 Responses to “Confession announce local supports”

  1. theskull

    29th CrafTURD will have shit on his face!
    Won’t ya CrafTURD I know you always check back for comments about your own shitty band.
    Still breathing off IKTPQ even coped a mention in this press release (AGAIN)

  2. crafter

    i love the bullshit you come up with.
    You are from perth. the home of loads of chicks.
    Why would i go one your ugly troll mates… When there’s babes everywhere?
    hahhhhahaa

  3. theskull

    Had to check out the comments didn’t ya CrafTURD seeya on the 29th. And not denying the STD thing have you still got the Gonorrhea meathead?

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