The Amity Affliction Australian tour announced


Popular Australian heavy-hitters The Amity Affliction are hitting the road this September/October for their biggest Australian tour yet.

Killyourstereo has reported initial details of the tour this week, with Triple J Short, Fast, Loud host Stu Harvey officially announcing the tour on tonight’s broadcast.

The tour coincides with the upcoming release of Roadrunner Records debut studio album ‘Chasing Ghosts‘. Joining The Amity Affliction on all dates are Californian hardcore notables The Ghost Inside, UK metal outfit Architects and up and coming locals Buried In Verona.

Having gathered a solid and respected fan base after recent tours including the respective Destroy Music and Fuck the Reaper tours, as well as a spot on the Big Day Out, The Amity Affliction are gearing up for their largest run of shows yet.

"We’re all loving the new songs. It feels like there is an entire album of awesome songs that we love which hasn’t happened prior to this; we’ve finally written an album we are proud of from start to finish, no filler whatsoever," The Amity Affliction frontman Joel Birch said of the forthcoming album.

The Ghost Inside return to our shores complimenting the line-up, touring on the back of Epitaph debut ‘Get What You Give‘.

UK outfit Architects have just released fifth studio album ‘Daybreaker‘, while Buried In Verona dropped third studio album ‘Notorious‘ via UNFD this month.

Chasing Ghosts‘ is the highly anticipated follow-up to ‘Youngbloods‘ and due for release on September 7.

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‘Chasing Ghosts’ Tour dates presented by Destroy All Lines, UNFD, Vans, Blunt Magazine & Killyourstereo.com:

Wednesday 26 September – The Tivoli, Brisbane (AA)
Tickets from Ticketek on 132 849 or www.ticketek.com.au
 
Thursday 27 September – The Tivoli, Brisbane (18 )
Tickets from Ticketek on 132 849 or www.ticketek.com.au
 
Friday 28 September – Panthers, Newcastle (Lic/AA)
Tickets from Moshtix on 1300 438 849, www.moshtix.com.au or the Venue
 
Saturday 29 September – Big Top, Sydney (Lic/AA)
Tickets from Oztix on 1300 762 545 www.oztix.com.au, Ticketek on 132 849 or www.ticketek.com.au or 1300 BIG TOP or www.bigtopsydney.com
 
Tuesday 2 October – UC Live, Canberra (Lic/AA)
Tickets from Oztix  on 1300 762 545 www.oztix.com.au or Ticketek on 132 849, www.ticketek.com.au or Shop UC
 
Friday 5 October – Palace Theatre, Melbourne (U18)
Tickets from Oztix  on 1300 762 545 www.oztix.com.au or Ticketek on 132 849 www.ticketek.com.au

Friday 5 October – Palace Theatre, Melbourne (18 )
Tickets from Oztix  on 1300 762 545 www.oztix.com.au or Ticketek on 132 849 www.ticketek.com.au

Saturday 6 October – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide (Lic/AA)
Tickets from Venuetix on (08) 8225 8888 or www.venuetix.com.au
 
Sunday 7 October – Metropolis, Fremantle (18 )
Tickets from www.heatseeker.com.au, 78’s, Mills, Planet Video or Star Surf

Monday 8 October – Metropolis, Fremantle (U18)
Tickets from www.heatseeker.com.au, 78’s, Mills, Planet Video or Star Surf

Please note: There is an exclusive presale at midday on Monday 2nd July to pre order ‘Chasing Ghosts’ and a ticket to the show of your choice. Head to http://store.weareunified.com/ on Monday to secure your ticket, numbers are limited.

Tickets on sale to general public on Friday July 6 at 9AM.


12 Responses to “The Amity Affliction Australian tour announced”

  1. auzziewizard auzziewizard

    @fireescape (3) : I dont see how its stupid at all….sorry if Ive offended you mate, just think its a bit stupid and egocentric of them. didnt really need your rudeness either.

  2. Firey259 FireEscape

    It was to build up some excitement and do something a bit different. All in the space of what, 3 days or something.
    Chill out a bit pal….not really egocentric of them considering how many people are actually siked on the tour.
    Just be happy pal.
    Sorry if i offended you.

  3. frankiero3110

    @Nathan Explosion (4): Byron Bay would be sick, might have to hit the Brisbane and Canberra ones personally, gonna be one hell of a night

  4. BuddyBall

    Would Festival Hall have been a better spot than 2 separate gigs in one day at The Palace? Genuine question because im not from Melbourne and never been to the Palace.

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