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News : Daemon Pyre announce east coast national tour

By on September 21, 2017

Sydney metal masters Daemon Pyre recently finished up supporting German Teutonic metallers Kreator with Polish death metal kings Vader in Sydney. Daemon Pyre has announced an east coast tour this November. Dubbed Touring a Dying World, the tour will commence on Friday 17th November at The Basement in Canberra and conclude on Saturday 25th, November in Sydney at The Bald Faced Stag. Full tour dates below. Head to the band’s official Facebook page for more details.

Friday 17th November @ The Basement – Canberra
w/- Witch Skull, Mental Cavity, Panic Burst and Terravorous

Saturday 18th November @ The Barwon Club Hotel – Geelong
w/- Hollow World, Blackhelm, Rust Proof and Nemesium

Sunday 19th November @ The Tote Hotel – Melbourne
“Tote’l Metal Fest” w/- Annihilist, Direblaze and more

Saturday 25th November @ The Bald Faced Stag – Sydney
“Stigmata Productions 15th Anniversary”
w/- Misery, The Levitation Hex, Segression and more

Going from strength to strength is becoming a habit for Sydney’s fastest rising metal outfit Daemon Pyre. The band recently put on a blistering set at the sold out Kreator show at the Manning Bar and have also added the services of renowned Sydney drummer Simon O’Malley to the fold. After working hard on new material in recent months the band are hitting the road to round out the year on their ‘Touring a Dying World’ run, with a slew of exciting shows to announce.

A weekender awaits in November including performances in Canberra, Geelong and a headlining slot at the Tote’l Metal Fest in Melbourne. Then a massive hometown Sydney show dawns as part of the Stigmata Productions 15th Anniversary celebrations alongside the likes of Misery, The Levitation Hex and Segression. Check out the details below and be sure to get along to the last Daemon Pyre performances for 2017.



Anwar is the editor-in-chief of Metal When Anwar isn't busy promoting tours, interviewing bands and reviewing awesome music, he loves to collect metal vinyl and play video games. Follow Metal Obsession on Twitter and Facebook