Marking the first headlining Australian tour for I Killed The Prom Queen since their 2008 Say Goodbye farewell tour, the East Coast Rampage Tour is about as aptly named as a tour can be. For a run of shows throughout June, Prom Queen will be joined by House Vs Hurricane, Buried In Verona and Saviour as they wreak havoc all up and down the east coast.
Since their reformation, I Killed The Prom Queen have dusted off the cobwebs with a handful of support slots but as the release of their forthcoming album edges closer, it’s time to kick things up a notch. Fans of the band still refer back to the 2008 tour when discussing their favourite shows of all time and, while the line-up has changed somewhat since then, it’s hard to imagine IKTPQ are capable of a less-than-awesome live show.
House Vs. Hurricane are proving simply unstoppable following the release of their latest studio effort Crooked Teeth, touring the world off the back of the album, and numerous live shows in their motherland since. Buried In Verona can probably relate to that, given the wave of support kicked up from their latest album Notorious. BIV will be returning to their home crowd after a solid stint abroad with Chelsea Grin and Attila. Throw in rising stars Saviour and the out-of-control line up is complete.
The East Coast Rampage Tour is repping some pretty intimate venues, so most of these shows are probably going to sell out. Don’t be ‘that guy’ who misses out on one. Nobody wants to be ‘that guy’.
Tickets available from UNFD.
I Killed The Prom Queen Australian Tour Dates
Thursday, 20th June
Uni Bar, Adelaide (LIC/AA)
Friday, 21st June
The Corner Hotel, Melbourne,(18+)
Saturday, 22nd June
Manning Bar, Sydney (18+)
Sunday, 23rd June
The Racket Club, Newcastle (AA)
Tuesday, 25th June
The Hub, Port Macquarie (AA)
Wednesday, 26th June
YAC, Byron Bay (AA)
Thursday, 27th June
The Tempo Hotel, Brisbane (18+)
Friday, 28th June
Eagleby Community Hall, Brisbane (AA)
- I Killed The Prom Queen’s ‘Rise Of Brotality’ Tour Diary
- PREMIERE: I Killed The Prom Queen’s ‘Bright Enough’ Video Brings The Walls Down
- I Killed The Prom Queen Announce ‘Rise Of Brotality’ Tour
- Jona Weinhofen’s I Killed The Prom Queen Euro Tour Recap
- LISTEN: Buried In Verona – ‘Set Me On Fire’
- Tour Guide: Ella Hooper, Buried In Verona, Caitlin Park