Polyphia have announced their first Australian headline tour. The band will play Brisbane, Sydney and …
Due to overwhelming demand, tickets for the Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane PIERCE THE VEIL and BEARTOOTH co-headline tour with special guests DAYSEEKER sold out in record time. We have good news to those who missed out on tickets with those shows now upgraded due to popular demand.
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The Melbourne show on Wednesday, July 26 will now be at Margaret Court Arena, the Sydney show on Thursday, July 27 will now be at the Hordern Pavilion and the Brisbane show on Saturday, July 29 will now be at the Riverstage.
All existing tickets remain valid and tickets to the upgraded shows will be available to purchase on Wednesday, March 15 at 10am local time.
Platinum-selling San Diego powerhouse PIERCE THE VEIL dropped their new album The Jaws of Life — their first in seven years — in February via longtime label Fearless Records. The Jaws of Life,which debuted at #8 on the ARIA album chart, their highest Australian chart entry.
It’s now available as an expanded edition with a bonus track — a raucous live rendition of The Jaws of Life‘s first single Pass the Nirvana that was captured during the band’s explosive set at the inaugural When We Were Young Festival last October. Watch the video here.
They’ve also debuted atop Billboard’s Top Rock Albums, Alternative Albums, and Hard Rock Albums charts twice – first with Collide With the Sky (2012) and its follow-up, Misadventures (2016). A decade after its release, the already platinum King for a Day shot to No. 1 on Billboard’s Hard Rock Streaming chart, driven by the viral #KingForADay hashtag on TikTok. Even with two gold singles and a gold album, this coming year could be their biggest yet.
Forbes declared Gold-certified Columbus Ohio rockers BEARTOOTH as “inching towards a tipping point of becoming the latest arena headliner” and Rolling Stone introduced BEARTOOTH as one of 10 New Artists You Need To Know.
Their marriage of colossally catchy choruses and post-hardcore-soaked-in-sweaty-metal is without rival. Its effect is evident by their deeply engaged audience; tours with Slipknot, Bring Me The Horizon, and A Day To Remember; and an RIAA-certified gold plaque.
Songs like The Past is Dead, Fed Up, and In Between have pushed BEARTOOTH past 850 million streams. The band’s fourth album, Below, topped the Rock, Hard Music, and Alternative charts in 2021 and found its way into Best Rock/Metal Albums of the Year lists assembled by the likes of Revolver, Rock Sound, Kerrang!, Loudwire, Knotfest, and a slew of like-minded media outlets. The band also graced it first Revolver cover in Summer 2021.
DAYSEEKER embody what a rock band can be in the 21st century. Tallying hundreds of millions of streams, selling out shows, and earning acclaim from the likes of Alternative Press and more, the band crystallize this outlier vision on their 2022 fifth full-length offering, Dark Sun.
PIERCE THE VEIL & BEARTOOTH AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2023
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS DAYSEEKER
SATURDAY 22 JULY – METROPOLIS, FREMANTLE
MONDAY 24 JULY – HINDLEY STREET MUSIC HALL, ADELAIDE
WEDNESDAY 26 JULY – MARGARET COURT ARENA, MELBOURNE* VENUE UPGRADE
THURSDAY 27 JULY – HORDERN PAVILION, SYDNEY* VENUE UPGRADE
SATURDAY 29 JULY – RIVERSTAGE, BRISBANE* VENUE UPGRADE
New tickets on sale Wednesday 15 March @ 10am local time
Tickets from destroyalllines.com