Lamb Of God announce sidewaves with In Flames and The Black Dahlia Murder


Lamb Of God is fuelling the evolution of heavy metal in the new millennium! Hitting with the force of an invading apocalyptic army, Lamb Of God are back to inject Australia with a crippling dose of pure metal. With a reputation as one of the most savage live acts to ever grace the stage, fans can prepare for the onslaught for two headline sidewaves in Brisbane and Canberra.

Pioneers of melodic death metal, Swedish metal giants In Flames have paved an enviable career spanning more than 20 years filled with millions of album sales and a slew of bone-crushing albums. Their 10th album ‘Sounds Of A Playground Fading’ is their most ambitious offering to date, heralding a new chapter in the bands history with Rocksound declaring In Flames a band "In their prime”.

Paving a path of destruction, terrorizing audiences throughout the world with their unbridled passionate live shows The Black Dahlia Murder deliver a barrage of brutal breakdowns and technical death metal with knife like precision. They have made a career out of being unpredictable, unclassifiable and uncompromising. Their new album ‘Ritual’ is the perfect snapshot of their career with Metal Underground calling it an “absolute masterpiece of melodic death metal”.

Tickets on sale Friday December 16 from 9:00am.

Tuesday February 28 – Eaton Hill Hotel, Brisbane – Lic/AA
Tickets available from www.oztix.com.au

Thursday March 1 – UC Refectory, Canberra – Lic/AA
Tickets available from www.ticketek.com.au 132 849 and www.oztix.com.au


6 Responses to “Lamb Of God announce sidewaves with In Flames and The Black Dahlia Murder”

  1. amy333

    YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am so glad Parkway drive cancelled their march 1 show in canberra now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. amy333

    Melbourne is so lame. Canberra is totally rad. Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! After all those times us Canberrans have to drive to Sydney or Meblourne to see a decent gig, NOW WE HAVE ONE.

  3. brendandemeris

    yeah melbourne’s so lame i guess we’ll just have to deal with having slipknot, machine head and mastodon sideshows instead

  4. amy333

    It is only a 3 hour drive to Sydney to see them. My point was it is great that some decent bands are actually coming to canberra, instead of us having to do all the travelling, maybe you can come here and celebrate their greatness with us!!!

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