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A little over a month ago, Northlane stirred the metalcore world with news of new music, the release date of a new album and a supporting tour of new music and the new album!
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With barely any time to recover from those bombshells, Northlane are back with even more big news!
First, Tickets have been flying out the door for Northlane’s October tour in support of their forthcoming album, Alien. So much so that the Melbourne show sold out in less than a week and a second show has had to be added to satisfy the popular demand! It has also been announced that limited VIP packages will be available for each show on the Australian tour. However, these packages are so exclusive that only 10 tickets per Australian show will be available and will include benefits such as:
– A limited tour edition Alien vinyl
– VIP laminate
– Pre-access to the venue and merch
– Watch soundcheck
– Play the band’s instruments/jam/sing with the band on stage
– Professional photographs of the entire experience
- Signing (unlimited items)
To summarise, If you are keen to catch Northlane on this upcoming tour, do not sleep on purchasing tickets!
To tide fans over in the wait for the album release, Northlane have dropped another new track!
Speaking about the new track Talking Heads, vocalist, Marcus Bridge, explains “Talking Heads talks about the insecurities and anxiety that come with growing up in a violent home with drug addicted parents. That trauma had made it difficult to express my thoughts and ideas in the past, both emotionally and creatively.” He adds, “We started working on this song pretty early in the process and I think writing it actually started to erase a lot of that insecurity, helping me open up a lot more for the rest of Alien. I think it’s important to know that there are a lot of people who feel the same way. I hope with this song and the issues talked about on rest of the album, that people will start to feel comfortable opening up about their past, turning it from a weakness to a strength in the process.”
Talking Heads will be featured on Northlane’s forthcoming album Alien, which is due for release 2nd August via UNFD.
Northlane Alien Australian Tour 2019:
SYDNEY // Friday, 11 October // UNSW Roundhouse
BRISBANE // Saturday, 12 October // The Triffid
MELBOURNE // Thursday, 17, October // 170 Russell-– NEW SHOW ADDED
MELBOURNE // Friday 18, October // 170 Russell- SOLD OUT
ADELAIDE // Saturday, 19 October // Lion Arts Factory
PERTH// Sunday 20, October // Capitol