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Meniscus Announce ‘War Of Currents’ European Tour

Written by Mike Solo on June 5, 2012

Sydney-based instrumental rock group Meniscus have announced their first European tour, taking in 15 dates across 9 countries in July.
 
The tour includes Germany’s Fusion Festival and a spot supporting US post-metal giants Rosetta in Poland.
 
Meniscus War of Currents European tour dates:
 
June 26 – El Chicho, Bordeaux FRANCE
June 27 – Mc Daids, Le Havre FRANCE
June 28 – Big Buttinsky, Osnabruck GERMANY
June 29 – Fusion Festival, Larz GERMANY
June 30 – Ryanaruby, Prague CZECH
July 1 – TBA, Berlin GERMANY
July 2 – Club Alive, Wroclaw POLAND
July 3 – Hydrozagadka, Warsaw POLAND w/Rosetta
July 4 – Batelier Club, Bratislava SLOVAKIA
July 5 – Rhiz Club, Vienna AUSTRIA
July 6 – Pecsa Music Garden, Budapest HUNGARY
July 7 – AKC Attack, Zagreb, CROATIA
July 8 – L’Usine, Geneva SWITZERLAND
July 10 – Hafen2, Offenbach GERMANY
Julu 11 – Lorenz Sud, Munster GERMANY
July 12 – Cafe Wagner, Jena GERMANY
 
http://www.facebook.com/events/379340835446230/
 
Meniscus debut album War of Currents has seen the band’s profile soar since its release, earning international airplay and cementing their global fanbase. The band recently re-released their debut EP Absence Of I and are currently in the midst of an East Coast Australian tour before heading overseas.

The band’s live reputation is cemented by the visceral live performances of guitarist Dan Oreskovic, as well as impressive visual projections.
 
Meniscus Absence Of I Australian tour dates:
 
Fri 8th June @ Evelyn Hotel, Melbourne VIC w/Laura + This Is Your Captain Speaking + Lunaire
Fri 15th June @ Sandringham Hotel, Newtown NSW w/Screens + Alithia + Solkyri

War Of Currents and Absence Of I are out now through Bird’s Robe Records.
 
http://birdsrobe.bandcamp.com/album/absence-of-i
http://birdsrobe.bandcamp.com/album/war-of-currents

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