Clowns are coming to a town near you \m/
Featuring Nikki from Pagan trying to assassinate Slatts from King Parrot!
A bloody lovely set of tour dates.
“That’s right! Monorail”
Putting the BIG in BIGSOUND.
One song even contains an “intentionally placed subliminal message”
The annual Weekender bender is back for round nine.
Dashville, but heavier.
“It takes ONE person to fuck a show up for everyone, and likewise it takes ONE person to call out this behaviour and initiate change.”
Throw down for a good cause.
Cue another raucous tour video.
“This is our best line-up ever,” says Cherry Bar’s James Young.
Support act Clowns have also apologised and issued the concertgoer with a refund (stuffed down one of their butt-cracks).
A punk-rock masterclass.
It’ll get medieval on your ass.
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Aussie hardcore punk outfit Clowns have announced their Never Enough national tour, which will be the group’s final headline jaunt for 2015 in support of their latest album, Bad Blood after a killer trip of the US, including performing at the esteemed Riotfest in Chicago. Ahead of their return to home gigs we caught up
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Aussie hardcore punk outfit Clowns have announced their Never Enough national tour, which will be the group’s final headline jaunt for 2015 in support of their latest album, Bad Blood. Currently touring the US, Clowns will return home in time for an eight-date run around the country this October and November before taking some time