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News : Primal Fear returning to Australia this November with special guest Sinner

By on May 29, 2018

German power metal kings, Primal Fear, have confirmed they will be returning to Australian shores this November to promote their brand new album ‘Apocalypse‘, out August 10th via Frontiers Records. Primal Fear will be performing tracks from the new album, and no doubt many fan favourites. Joining Primal Fear will be special guests Sinner, who will be performing fan favourites and tracks of their new album ‘Tequila Suicide’, out now via AFM Records.

In addition, Australia’s Horizons Edge will be supporting both Primal Fear and Sinner. Horizons Edge is currently making their own head waves and gaining traction in leaps and bounds; Horizons Edge is a melodic power metal outfit that has the world at their feet. Their soon to be released album ‘Let The Show Go On’ was produced by Bob Katsionis (Firewind), with the vocals recorded and produced by Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear). The album’s title track includes Ralf Scheepers on guest vocals.

Primal Fear,  Sinner and Horizons Edge will be performing two exclusive shows only. One in Melbourne on Friday, 16th November and one in Sydney on Saturday, 17th November.

There will be on offer strictly limited VIP meet and greet packages available for only 15 people per show. The VIP Meet & Greet packages are available now! Click here to find out more.

General ticketing outlets on sale Thursday, 7th June.
Pre-sale and VIP Meet & Greet packages on sale now through frontrowtouring.bigcartel.com.

Friday 16th November – Max Watts, MELBOURNE (18+)
w/ SINNER + HORIZON’S EDGE
www.oztix.com.au

Saturday 17th November – Max Watts, SYDNEY (18+)
w/ SINNER + HORIZON’S EDGE
www.oztix.com.au

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