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Bleeding Through Announce Farewell Australian Tour, July 2013

Written by Mike Hohnen on April 26, 2013

Having spent more than a decade at the top of their game, metalcore juggernauts Bleeding Through have announced that before they hang up the towel they’ll be having one last cheeky tour of Australia, leaving just about every major city in their wake.

For a career that spans 7-studio albums and countless tours, Bleeding Through have been regarded as staples of the genre and played seminal roles for like-minded bands established themselves under their reign. A massive international farewell tour is the rightful way for this band to go out. Fans are going to be going nuts for one last opportunity to celebrate Bleeding Through so tickets are sure to go quickly.

The band announced they would be splitting earlier this year via a lengthy but necessary statement from vocalist Brandan Schieppati. Setting up camp back in 1999, the band has released on the reg since then with their last full-length, The Great Fire, dropping back in 2011.

Support for the tour will be provided by Make Them Suffer, who are enjoying a meteoric rise to the top after the overwhelmingly positive reception of their debut Neverbloom.

Early bird tickets available Monday, 29th April, 9.00am http://www.taperjeanmusic.com

General tickets on sale Thursday, 2nd May from all the usual suspects.

Bleeding Through Australian tour dates

Thursday, 18th July
The Rev, Brisbane – 18+
Tickets available at http://www.oztix.com.au

Saturday, 20th July
The Manning Bar, Sydney – 18+
Tix: http://www.oztix.com.au

Sunday, 21st July
The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle – 18+
Tix: http://www.youcambridge.com | http://www.oztix.com.au

Wednesday, 24th July
The Brisbane Hotel, Tasmania – AA
Tix: http://www.oztix.com.au

Thursday, 25th July
Fowlers Live, Adelaide – LIC/AA
Tix: http://www.oztix.com.au| http://www.moshtix.com.au | http://www.venuetix.com.au

Friday, 26th July
Ferntree Gully Hotel, Ferntree Gully – 18+
Tickets available at http://www.oztix.com.au | http://www.ticketmaster.com.au

Saturday, 27th July
The Hi Fi, Melbourne – 18+
Tix: http://www.thehifi.com.au | http://www.oztix.com.au

Sunday, 28th July
Amplifier, Perth – 18+
Tix: http://www.oztix.com.au

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