VANISHING POINT To Support DRAGONFORCE In Australia
Australian progressive metal band VANISHING POINT has secured the support slot on DRAGONFORCE's Australian tour. This will be DRAGONFORCE's second time in Australia, and the first time for VANISHING POINT to play in Brisbane and Perth! Tickets go on sale on Friday, February 16. The tour dates are as follows:
May 09 - Sydney, AUS - The Forum (all ages)
May 10 - Brisbane, AUS - The Arena (all ages)
May 12 - Adelaide, AUS - Fowlers Live (all ages)
May 13 - Perth, AUS - The Capitol (18+)
May 15 - Melbourne, AUS - Hi Fi (18+)
May 16 - Melbourne, AUS - Hi Fi (all ages)
May 17 - Auckland, NZ - The Powerstation
VANISHING POINT recently announced the addition of drummer Christian Nativo to the group's ranks. "Previous to VANISHING POINT I have been playing in Melbourne metal band PTB (POWERS THAT BE) and doing freelance/session work for bands all around Melbourne and Interstate," Nativo writes on VANISHING POINT's web site. "I feel extremely honored to be playing music with such a talented group of musicians and I look forward to meeting you all on the road and at the shows."
VANISHING POINT's latest opus, "Embrace the Silence", was released in Europe in May 2005 through Dockyard 1.
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