Aussie metalcore heroes Northlane are set to go truly international in 2014, with the 5-piece today announcing tour dates for a 63-date jaunt that’ll see them play at home before taking on America, Europe and the UK.
The boys have had a corker of a year thanks to their smash album Singularity, which received J Award and ARIA Award nominations, as well as winning Blunt magazine’s Band Of The Year. They’ll be kicking off their massive global undertaking with their Big Day Out 2014 appearance, before playing 11 headlining shows in the US, followed by another 11 American shows supporting Bring Me The Horizon.
They’ll then be supporting English act Architects for 35 shows over 13 countries, taking in the best of Europe and the UK, before wrapping things up with a slot at Germany’s Impericon Fest. When you put that on top of the crazy 107 shows the Quantum Flux act played this year, it’s clear that they’re one of the hardest working bands out there.
If you want to catch Northlane on home soil before they set off on their travels, you’ll be at the Big Day Out, which kicks off on Sunday, 19th January on the Gold Coast before working its way around the country.