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Closure In Moscow Announce ‘The Church Of The Technochrist’ Tour

Written by Greg Moskovitch on September 17, 2013

Music Feeds was announcing a run of shows from Melbourne prog-rock maestros Closure In Moscow as recently as June, but this Melbourne five-piece can’t seem to douse their love for the road. They’ll soon be embarking on a tour to promote their new single, The Church Of The Technochrist.

The boys are currently putting the finishing touches on their upcoming second album, Pink Lemonade. The follow-up to 2009’s First Temple, this is one of the most highly anticipated Australian releases of the year. The album is being produced in Melbourne by Tom Larkin of Shihad, whose manned the boards for The Getaway Plan and Calling All Cars.

If you need any convincing that Closure In Moscow can bring it live, check out the remarkable blitz they brought into Music Feeds Studio for their Music Feeds LIVE session, below. Besides bestowing upon us the honour of hearing some of the new material live, they also give one hell of an entertaining interview.

General sale tickets for The Church Of The Technochrist tour go out Monday, 16th September from OzTix. Don’t miss what might be your last chance to catch one of Australia’s most dynamic rock acts in action in 2013. Check out all the dates below!

Watch: Music Feeds LIVE: Closure In Moscow

Closure ‘The Church Of The Technochrist’ Tour

Thursday, 21st November 2013
Jive Bar, Adelaide
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Friday, 22nd November 2013
Ding Dong, Melbourne
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Thursday, 28th November 2013
Transit Bar, Canberra
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Friday, 29th November 2013
Annandale Hotel, Sydney
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Saturday, 30th November 2013
Small Ballroom, Newcastle
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Thursday, 5th December 2013
Spotted Cow, Toowoomba
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Friday, 6th December 2013
Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane
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Saturday, 7th December 2013
Tattersall’s Hotel, Penrith
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