NERVECELL, THE FUROR, AETURNUS DOMINION To Team Up For Australia's METALSTOCK Tour
Dubai, United Arab Emirates' NERVECELL will team up with Australian acts THE FUROR and AETURNUS DOMINION for the festive Metalstock – Road Rage Tour, which is set to kick off on Friday, March 30 in Melbourne, Australia's Arthouse, followed by five more shows including Adelaide, Wagga Wagga, Wollongong, Canberra and Sydney. The three metal acts will be supported by well-known local acts at all shows.
The Metalstock – Road Rage Tour will not only be a unique experience for nerves, ears and livers, but also offer the chance for a few lucky punters to exclusively win Metalstock Festival passes as well as merchandise and other goodies. It will also provide opportunities for those who have previously missed out on tickets, as there are Metalstock tickets available at all shows. The dates are as follows:
Mar. 30 - Melbourne - The Arthouse
Mar. 31 - Adelaide – Lizard Lounge
Apr. 02 - Wagga Wagga – The Home Tavern
Apr. 03 - Wollongong – The Palm Court Hotel
Apr. 04 - Canberra – The Basement
Apr. 05 - Sydney – Bar Broadway, 8pm
Apr. 6-8 - Metalstock Festival, Scone
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