Converge announce Download Festival Australia facet reveals


Forming in Massachusetts in 1990, Converge are thought to be pioneers throughout the aggressive music enviornment. In November final 12 months they launched ‘The Dusk In Us’, a brutal however lovely album that reveals the band’s inventive evolution whereas nonetheless capturing their traditional sound. The ninth full-length from the Boston, MA-based heavy-music innovators – vocalist Jacob Bannon, guitarist Kurt Ballou, bassist Nate Newton and drummer Ben Koller – “The Dusk In Us”: proves to be each darkish and hopeful, abrasive and melodic, devastating and powerfully cathartic. While “The Dusk In Us” finds Converge defying boundaries and pushing into new sonic terrain, it’s additionally a pure development for a band that’s lengthy thrived on making music that each challenges and connects.

Baltimore co-ed feminist hardcore-punk band War On Women have been born screaming on the world, shaped in 2011 from a stable basis of driving riffs and in your face vocals that assault the listener each sonically and lyrically. Penning catchy and confrontational songs that contact on rape tradition, road harassment, the gender wage hole, transphobia, and different vitally pertinent social points. They have been touring relentlessly for the reason that launch of their debut self-titled full LP in 2015. War On Women are neither a crew of younger bucks nor a contagion of seasoned legends. They don’t match neatly into metalloid machismo or hulking hardcore tropes. They don't have anything to show, and there’s nothing extra delightfully harmful than that.

Converge and War On Women have introduced Australian Tour dates to go together with their upcoming look at Download Festival in March, tickets on sale Tuesday November 27. There aren't any reveals to be added in Sydney and Melbourne, Download will likely be your solely alternative.



Saturday March 9 – Download, Sydney
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Monday March 11 – Download, Melbourne
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Tuesday March 12 – Crowbar, Brisbane
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Wednesday March 13 – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide
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Thursday March 14 – Rosemount, Perth
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Tickets on sale Tuesday November 27.


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