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Make Them Suffer Announce 2024 ‘Suffer Forever’ Australian Tour

Perth’s metalcore sensation Make Them Suffer is gearing up to ignite stages across Australia once again with their highly anticipated ‘Suffer Forever’ Australian Tour in August and September 2024.

Joined them on their tour will be special guests BURY TOMORROW from the UK, SPITE from the USA, and local Australian act BLOOM.

The tour is set to kick off on Friday, August 30 in Brisbane, the band will make their way to performances in Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide before concluding the tour in Fremantle on Saturday, September 7.

Make Them Suffer – Epitaph’

Expressing their excitement, lead vocalist of Make Them Suffer Sean Harmanis shared, “Following our European festival circuit, an amazing North American tour and of a life changing Australian tour in support of Bring Me The Horizon, we’ve been aching to follow up all these incredible opportunities with a headliner of our own. We can’t wait wait to bring our live show back home for all fans, new and old, and we can’t wait to take things to the next level.”

In 2024, Make Them Suffer’s dominance persisted with a nearly sold-out tour alongside Bring Me The Horizon, Sleep Token, and Daine. Their latest release, “Epitaph,” showcases their signature primal energy.

As live music roars back to life, Make Them Sufferis is all set to captivate audiences with its live performances in 2024, solidifying its status as one of Australia’s premier metal acts.

Make Them Suffer Australian Tour 2024

  • Friday, 30th August: The Tivoli, Brisbane (18+)
  • Saturday, 31st August: King St Bandroom, Newcastle (18+)
  • Sunday, 1st September: Roundhouse, Sydney (Licensed All Ages)
  • Thursday, 5th September: Forum Theatre, Melbourne (18+)
  • Friday, 6th September: Hindley St Music Hall, Adelaide (Licensed All Ages)
  • Saturday, 7th September: Metropolis, Fremantle (18+)

Tickets via Destroy All Lines

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