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News : Wednesday 13 & Davey Suicide confirm April tour dates

By on February 27, 2018

Shock rock icons Wednesday 13 and Davey Suicide have announced Australian tour dates this April all thanks to Destroy All Lines and Chugg Entertainment.

Wednesday 13 and Davey Suicide Tour Dates
Thursday 26th April – Brisbane, The Triffid 18+
Friday 27th April – Sydney, Manning Bar 18+
Saturday 28th April – Melbourne, Corner Hotel 18+
Sunday 29th April – Wellington, Valhalla 18+

Tickets on sale Tuesday 27th February at 9:00 am local from:

A grimly glamorous ghoul who first slithered from the cobwebbed shadows of Charlotte, North Carolina, in the early 90s, WEDNESDAY 13 has firmly established himself as the world’s premier purveyor of balls-out horror punk insanity.  With a vivid and vile imagination that has endeared him to countless fans of riff-driven macabre over the last two decades, he has been one of rock’s most prolific protagonists, spreading his credo of grave-robbing rock ‘n’ roll and Hallowe’en debauchery around the globe and unleashing a seemingly endless stream of blood-spattered albums and EPs.

However, absolutely nothing that WEDNESDAY has created in the past has even touched upon the horrifying potency and allure of his recent studio album, ‘Condolences’ and the future is looking dark, dangerous, exhilarating and wildly, unapologetically theatrical and this transcends into their live shows.

Hailing from Unholywood, Killafornia, DAVEY SUICIDE is cultivating the underground by fusing arena rock, gutter grit, sleaze, killer tunes and theatrics into their own “nu” brand of industrial rock. The band distils rock, industrial and punk into anthems that are as corrosive as they are catchy.

Formed in 2010, Suicide played a few shows in Hollywood, California before garnering the attention of a couple labels and the former manager of Linkin Park. After releasing 2 albums the band took a break for a few years only to reappear with 2017’s ‘Made From Fire’ and critics and the public have been raving over the comeback album. ‘Made From Fire’ incorporates the anarchistic bite of vintage Marilyn Manson with the stadium feel of Bring Me The Horizon and the epic melodies courtesy of In This Moment.



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