Combining forces to create a three headed assault machine that would compel Godzilla to retreat to the depths of Tokyo Bay with his head hung in shame, Melbourne rock maestros Kingswood, Money For Rope and Damn Terran emerge from the primordial ooze to take their rock largesse to the good people.
Specifically on the “This Epic Tour,” travelling through the eastward states throughout June and July, ready to burn in the best possible way
With all three bands basking in the success of their latest single releases, the shows, which will kick of with a massive one-two attack at Melbourne’s Workers Club on June 28 and 29 – will be nothing short of explosive.
‘Yeah Go Die’, Kingswood’s debut single of inimitable sludgy goodness is currently riding high at national radio and with their recently unleashed EP Change Of Heart promising to continue the momentum, the band have an appetite whet for destruction.
The same is true at camp Money For Rope, their latest single ‘Ten Times’ has seared its mark on listeners around the country, laying a path for devastation when their self-titled full-length emerges later in 2012.
Completing the triumvirate, ‘Rebels’, the first single from Damn Terran’s upcoming album, has further seen them etch their name on the hearts of fans around the country.
Already proven entities in their hometown, the Kingswood, Money For Rope and Damn Terran juggernaut will rain fire in these not-to-be-missed shows. Get in early to assure your seats ringside.
THIS EPIC TOUR DATES
Thursday 28th June – The Workers Club, Fitzroy VIC
Friday 29th June – The Workers Club, Fitzroy VIC
Saturday 30th June – Jive Bar, Adelaide SA
Thursday 5th July – The Great Northern Hotel, Newcastle NSW
Friday 6th July – Lansdowne Hotel, Sydney NSW
Saturday 7th July – Yours & Ours, Wollongong NSW
Thusrday 12th July – Ho Hello, Brisbane QLD
Friday 13th July – The Beach Hotel, Byron Baby NSW
Saturday 14th July – Hard Rock Cafe, Gold Coast QLD
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