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News : Melbourne’s Espionage announce ‘Digital Dystopia’ national tour

By on April 30, 2018

Melbourne traditional metal outfit, Espionage, have confirmed national tour dates this June to support the band’s upcoming debut album, ‘Digital Dystopia’. Espionage will perform a total of nine exclusive shows across Australia at various festivals and headline shows with the likes of Lagerstein, Mason, Darker Half and Damnation’s Day supporting. The debut album will be made available from June 1st. See below for pre-order details.

The tour will initially kick off in Melbourne at the annual Legions of Steel Festival on June 2nd which will also coincide with a professionally filmed footage of the upcoming Legions of Steel 5th anniversary DVD release.

The band have released their second single ‘Light Begins To Fade’. Check it out below. The band also released their debut single ‘Nightmare Approaches’ which you can listen to here.

Pre-orders for the new album are available through the band’s official Bandcamp website. Click here to secure your copy today.

Espionage Digital Dystopia Tour

02/6 – Max Watts, Melbourne (Legions of Steel Festival – Album Launch/DVD Filming)
07/6 – The Basement, Canberra (w/ Lagerstein, Sudden State & Beast Impalor)
08/6 – The Bald Faced Stag, Sydney (Bangers & Thrash Festival – Headliner)
09/6 – The Edinburgh Castle, Adelaide (w/ Hidden Intent, Shadow Realm & Executus)
15/6 – The Barwon Club, Geelong (w/ Damnation’s Day, Darker Half, Trigger & Panik)
16/6 – MusicMan Megastore, Bendigo (w/ Mason, Darker Half, Requiem, Trigger & Panik)
22/6 – Brightside, Brisbane (w/ Asylum, F1 Elevens, Deraign & Level H)
29/6 – The Bendigo Hotel, Collingwood (w/ Darker Half, Envenomed, Turret & Triple Kill)
30/6 – Venue TBA, Hobart (w/ Lady Crimson, Taurus & Terrorbrawl)

Tickets to the album launch at Legions of Steel Festival can be purchased via Oztix or


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