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News : A Ghost Orchestra underway with ‘Blood’ album launch tour

By on March 16, 2017

Adelaide-based hardcore punks A Ghost Orchestra are currently underway with their Blood album launch tour, having already taken in the Crown & Anchor in Adelaide, South Australia. With their next show kicking off tomorrow night at The Loft in Warrnambool, Victoria, make sure you get on down to one of their shows!

Their new album, Blood, dropped on March 10.

Friday 17 – The Loft, Warnambool, VIC
Saturday 18 – The Tote (upstairs), VIC
Friday 24 – Hideaway Bar, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 25 – Hamilton Station Hotel, Newcastle, NSW
Sunday 26 – RAD Bar, Woolongong, NSW (All-ages)

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Fast approaching the summit of their hard work and dedication, A Ghost Orchestra have been storming stages since their inception in 2012, becoming the go-to support of choice for heavyweights like Norma JeanEvery Time DieThe Amity AfflictionIn Hearts Wake,  Protest the HeroSilverstein and more. 

Their 2014 EP Vile Hymns introduced the band with a 20-minute journey of metal injected with post-hardcore and southern rock. Before too long they were playing the main stage at Soundwave and well on the way to cementing their own reputation as an astounding live act. 

Co-produced by the band and uber-talented engineer Julian RenzoBlood captures the intensity of A Ghost Orchestra’s live sound as well as all of its creative nuances. Even the band’s own name is perfectly suited to the music they write – heavy, unconventional and beautifully unpleasant.

This is the path that the chaotic South Australian four-piece are walking and now they’re armed with their best material yet to decimate ears and stages around the country.


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.