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The Bloody Beetroots Change Big Day Out Sideshows

Written by Alex Langlands on December 4, 2012

Lords of electronic anarchy, The Bloody Beetroots have announced several changes to their Australian tour plans ahead of their January visit. The Italian outfit, led by self-appointed revolutionary leader Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, are set to touch down in Australia as part of the mammoth 2013 Big Day Out lineup, which will see their musical mayhem destroy the Boiler Room.

However, due to logistical issues, the group have been forced to cancel their musical revolutions in both Melbourne and Brisbane, and are changing the resistance HQ from Sydney’s Enmore to the Metro Theatre. Regardless of this change, the trio are still bringing their full live show, and a performance that is not to be reckoned with. After the release of their latest single Chronicles of a Fallen Love, it is clear that The Bloody Beetroots are easily one of the most creatively intelligent and dynamic acts around to date. Catching them in such an intimate setting comes as often as a blue moon.

The Bloody Beetroots: Big Day Out Sideshows
Monday, January 21 – The Metro, Sydney
Tickets available from bigdayout.com

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