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News : Ne Obliviscaris touring nationally with Melbourne’s Circles

By on November 7, 2017

Melbourne extreme metallers, Ne Obliviscaris will hit the road in February 2018 to promote their crushing new release, ‘Urn’. The album is currently available from Nerve Gas (Australia) and Season of Mist (Worldwide). The band spent most of 2017 preparing the album, and now that it’s finished, they’re ready to hit the road with Melbourne progressive powerhouse Circles for a massive national tour. The upcoming tour will mark Ne Obliviscaris’ first tour of New Zealand.

Circles combination of mind-bending, pounding rhythms and rumbling bass lines set against butter melting vocals and razor edge guitar tones put them at the forefront of the evolution of global heavy music. With two releases to their name, 2011’s The Compass EP and their debut full length, 2013’s Infinitas, plus 2016 single Sand & Wind, Circles have received praise from fans and critics the world over.

Their relentless tour ethic has seen them share the stage with some of the world’s most prestigious heavy and prog bands both at home and abroad.
Playing with the likes of Meshuggah and Textures at Euroblast 2013, touring Europe with the Dillinger Escape Plan, Monuments and After The Burial and at home with Fear Factory, Periphery and Polaris. 

A full list of tour dates can be found below. We strongly recommend you check out both bands.

TOUR DATES

Friday, February 9: Fowler’s Live, Adelaide 

Saturday, February 10: Max Watts, Melbourne 

Wednesday, February 14: The Basement, Canberra 

Thursday, February 15: The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle 

Friday, February 16: Manning Bar, Sydney 

Saturday, February 17: The Triffid, Brisbane

Wednesday, February 21: Kings Arms, Auckland*

Thursday, February 22: Valhalla, Wellington*

Saturday, February 24: Jack Rabbit Slim’s, Perth

Tickets on sale now!

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*Circles not appearing

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