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Parkway Drive Planning New 2018 Australian Tour With “Sick” Support Bands

Written by Jackson Langford on April 27, 2018

Get excited gang, because Parkway Drive have revealed they’re planning another national tour for 2018.

Music Feeds recently caught up with lead singer Winston McCall, who said that once the band is done touring America and Europe, they will be heading back home for a yet-to-be-announced Australian tour, backed by some “sick” support acts.

“We haven’t announced that one yet, but you know we’re coming back,” McCall said. “It’s planned and it’s scheduled.

“I’m psyched on playing the songs. I’m psyched on the production we’re bringing. We finally get to just go, ‘Oh, that production we put on those giant Euro festivals? Let’s just put it on a boat and bring it to Australia.'”

Parkway Drive already toured the country earlier this year, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their second record Horizons. Next time around, they’ll be supporting their new album Reverence, which is out Friday, 4th May.

The band recently released their latest single ‘Prey’, after dropping earlier tracks ‘The Void’ and ‘Wishing Wells’.

Watch Music Feeds‘ full interview with Winston McCall, in which he also discusses what it’s like to be set on fire (literally) and the dark times which inspired Reverence.

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