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Adding a Brisbane show to their confirmed Download Festival appearances, Fever 333 will perform a headline show to local audiences on Friday March 8th.
The three-piece band from Los Angeles, with their blend of punk, hip-hop and rapcore, will make their local debut at Brisbane’s The Brightside before rocking Download in Sydney and Melbourne.
The group, signed to Roadrunner Records, released their first EP Made an America, earlier this year with their debut album slated for an early 2019 release.
November 9th saw the release of single Burn It, alongside announcing details of their new album, to be titled Strength In Numb333rs.
Comprised of former letlive. vocalist Jason Aalon Butler, Night Verses drummer Aric Improta and former guitarist for The Chariot Stephen Harrison, the trio equip gnashing guitars, guttural beats and bold bars of hard-hitting activism in their hybrid of genres.
Making their first live appearance on July 4th, 2017, Fever 333 hijacked the parking lot of infamous L.A. staple, Randy’s Donuts and made clear their ideology moving forward, pouring out a radical, left-leaning and unapologetic belief for change.
As the band begin to make a name for themselves, they undoubtedly will continue to channel their views and beliefs into emotionally and politically charged lyrics that’ll get new fans into the currently growing fanbase.
Bringing their energy to the stage in March and ready to share their enthusiasm for change, tickets for their Brisbane show go on sale Wednesday December 5th at midday with the Live Nation pre-sale beginning Tuesday, December 4th at 10AM.
Tickets for Download Festival are already available with the band appearing in Sydney Saturday March 9th and Melbourne Monday March 11th.