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News : Eye of the Enemy announce Asia tour & shows with Fleshgod Apocalypse, Psycroptic, and Ne Obliviscaris

By on April 27, 2015

So this news hit recently.

Melbourne-based melodeath quintet, Eye of the Enemy, will be going on tour in Asia this June in support of their widely acclaimed second album, 2014’s ‘The Vengeance Paradox’.

The Vengeance Paradox received critical acclaim and was included in 2014 album of the year lists by a number of media outlets including Triple M’s Distortion, HEAVY Music Magazine, Metal Obsession and Trendkill Magazine. In addition to this, on the back of the album’s release the band won Global Metal Apocalypse’s award for Breakthrough Australasian Metal Band of 2014. Continuing on from their achievements last year, 2015 is set to be a huge year for Eye of the Enemy.

Touring across eight cities, Eye of the Enemy will also serve as support for Fleshgod Apocalypse in Hong Kong, Taipei, Osaka, and Tokyo. Eye of the Enemy will then hit the stage in Busan, Seoul, Guangzhou, and Wuhan for their own headline shows.

In Osaka and Tokyo, Eye of the Enemy will be joined onstage by fellow Tasmanian tech-death band, Psycroptic; and Melbourne prog-metallers, Ne Obliviscaris, in Hong Kong, Osaka, and Tokyo.

Keep up with the latest happenings by joining the official Facebook events for these three cities:

EotE Asia Tour 2015
05/06/15 Hidden Agenda, Hong Kong with Fleshgod Apocalypse & Ne Obliviscaris
06/06/15 The Wall, Taipei, Taiwan with Fleshgod Apocalypse
07/06/15 Nanba Rockets, Osaka, Japan with Fleshgod Apocalypse, Psycroptic & Ne Obliviscaris
08/06/15 Duo Music Exchange, Tokyo, Japan with Fleshgod Apocalypse, Psycroptic & Ne Obliviscaris
11/06/15 Club Realize, Busan, South Korea
12/06/15 Thunderhorse, Seoul, South Korea
13/06/15 Fei Livehouse, Guangzhou, China
14/06/15 Vox Livehouse, Wuhan, China
‘The Vengeance Paradox’ is available for purchase via the links below.


Jonathon is an aspiring fantasy/sci-fi novelist and music journalist. Thanks to the influence of the music he grew up with, he has always possessed a keen interest in metal and rock. He is also a huge fan of mythology, legend, and folklore from all across the world. You should follow him on Twitter.