Destroy All Lines Pty Ltd
Supported by Goldfinger
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Punk rockers of Australia unite…
MILLENCOLIN fans are always waging wars, pitting so many of their brilliant records against each other to see which comes out the victor. It’s a war that never will be won considering they are always shaking up their modus operandi and playing outside their comfort zone. The one consolation fans can take when the band tour here in March 2019 is that MILLENCOLIN will be playing an arsenal of hits from across their massive catalogue and also some new tracks from their forthcoming album ‘SOS’ out February 15 on Epitaph.
Forming in 1994 amidst a cavalcade of circle pits and tattoos, GOLDFINGER were at the forefront of the exploding mid Nineties Punk scene, and on the back of their self-titled debut garnered a massive worldwide fan base. Consistently throwing one of the most exciting, energetic live punk rock shows you’ll ever witness, GOLDFINGER are announcing their first Australian tour in over 7 years.
Punk Rockers unite…this killer double bill of MILLENCOLIN and GOLDFINGER will see twisted flesh, flailing limbs and a sea of swarming bodies across Australia next March! Tickets go on sale Monday 17 December, 9am local.
TOUR DATES: Saturday 2 March – Metropolis, Fremantle 18+ Monday 4 March – HQ Complex, Adelaide 18+ Wednesday 6 March – 170 Russell, Melbourne 18+ Friday 8 March – Roundhouse, Sydney Lic A/A Saturday 9 March – The Valley Drive In, Brisbane 18+ Sunday 10 March – Soundlounge, Gold Coast 18+
Los Angeles’s legendary punk/ska Goldfinger is back, with the announcement of The Knife, to be released July 21 through Rise Records. After nine years of producing and writing music for other bands, Goldfinger is proud to be back with 13 tracks of their very own for their first time since the release of their 2008 album, Hello Destiny...
Goldfinger continues to build on a highly regarded legacy, where they have been considered one of the forerunners and most well-known bands of the third-wave ska/punk movement of the late 90s. Their 1996 self-titled debut Goldfinger went gold, and was named one of “The Ten Albums That Defined 1996” by Alternative Press in 2006. AllMusic said “no one had more success with this new sound than Goldfinger on their self-titled debut”, calling it “irresistibly catchy, creative, and hopelessly endearing.” 1997’s Hang-Ups reached #85 on the Billboard 200, and the single “Superman” was prominently featured on the soundtrack for the generation-defining Tony Hawk Pro Skater video game. Over 6 full-length albums and over a decade of touring, Goldfinger amassed an international fan base drawn to the band’s penchant for big choruses, attitude, and creativity of seamlessly fusing punk rock, ska, skate punk, and various other genres throughout their discography.