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News : Supports announced for upcoming Bölzer tour dates this May/June.

By on May 3, 2019

Soundworks Direct, the promotional team behind the upcoming Bölzer tour dates in Australia and New Zealand have confirmed the opening support acts for all shows.

May 28th – Auckland, Whammy Bar w/ Exordium Mors + Pervertor
May 29th – Wellington, Valhalla w/ Stalker + Pervertor
May 30th – Brisbane, Woolly Mammoth w/ Blackhelm, Graveir + Eternal Torment
May 31st – Sydney, The Factory w/ Diocletian (NZ), Bastardizer + Tyrannic
June 1st – Melbourne, Max Watt’s w/ Diocletian (NZ), Denouncement Pyre +
June 7th – Hobart, The Brisbane Hotel w/ Ruins + Blackhelm
June 8th – Adelaide, Enigma Bar w/ Blackhelm, Abstract the Light +
June 9th – Perth, Amplifier Bar w/ Wardaemonic + Solum

Those of you looking at these dates and thinking “aren’t these the same dates Destroyer 666 are meant to tour?”. Due to recent events, some of the venues hosting the tour dates have confirmed Destroyer 666 will no longer be performing, as the reigns have been taken over by Bölzer. Destroyer 666 is no longer performing any shows due to demeaning comments made by the lead vocalist, KK Warslut towards women and Muslims. Click here for the full details.

Those who purchased tickets for the original intention of seeing Destroyer 666, and wish to be given a refund can do so from the following.

  1. Moshtix will be a full refund automatically. A link will be sent to you
    via email to purchase new BÖLZER tickets.
  2. The Factory will contact all customers asap to give you the option of a
    refund, or an amended ticket.
  3. Oztix will contact all customers with the offer of a full refund. If you decide not to take it, the ticket is still valid for the show.
  4. Eventbrite customers have already been emailed with refund options – if you haven’t received it please email [email protected]


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