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Dragonforce & The Sword Sidewaves Announced

Written by Marc Zanotti on January 31, 2013

Dragonforce and The Sword are the latest Soundwave 2013 acts to announce their Sidewave dates. Hailing from London, Dragonforce (as the name would suggest) are a power metal band who released their 5th studio album, The Power Within, last year.

The Sword (again another straight-up metal name) are based in Austin, Texas and will be armed with their 2012 release Apocryphon, an album that Metal Assault describes as “sheer awesomeness”.

Combining their forces, these 2 metal powerhouses should make for plenty of headbanging and hair whipping at their headlining gigs at Billboard in Melbourne and The Metro in Sydney. Tickets for both Sidewave dates go on sale tomorrow, Friday, 1st February at 9am.

Dragonforce & The Sword – Sidewave Australian Tour Dates

Monday, 25th February
Billboard, Melbourne – 18+
www.oztix.com.au / http://www.ticketek.com.au / http://www.moshtix.com.au

Thursday, 28th February
The Metro, Sydney – Licensed All Ages
www.ticketek.com.au

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