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Strung Out to Tour Australia in June

Written by John Ritchie on April 16, 2010

Legendary punk band Strung Out are touring Australia in June, including a stop at the Come Together festival over the Queen’s birthday long weekend.

Having been together for nearly twenty years, Strung Out’s signature energy and musicianship is still kicking it hard. Their latest album Agents of the Underground is a powerful punk/metal kick in the teeth and a return to form for the band.

“With Agents of the Underground I wanted to acknowledge the fact that we are still alive and kicking just below the consciousness of the mainstream media and are celebrating our place here in “The Underground”,” says Strung Out vocalist Jason Cruz.

“Like a resistance movement, we move freely and without boundaries. We say what we feel and do it all our own way, and we’ve done it all this time without radio, without TV, and without the help of a corporate record label. We are the essence of what the punk rock movement started out as and has strayed so far from. We are living proof that you can succeed by doing things your own way.”

Philadelphia-based The Loved Ones will be along for the ride too, bringing their brand of punk inspired rock and roll in support of Strung Out on all dates.

Friday 4th June
Prince of Wales Hotel – WA

Saturday 5th June
Capitol – WA

Sunday 6th June
Fowler’s Live – SA

Wednesday 9th June
Barwon Club – VIC

Thursday 10th June
The Hi-Fi – VIC

Friday 11th June
The Brisbane Hotel – TAS

Saturday 12th June
Come Together Festival, Luna Park – NSW

Sunday 13th June
Wollongong UniBar – NSW

Wednesday 16th June
Cambridge Hotel – NSW

Thursday 17th June
The Hi-Fi – QLD

Friday 18th June
Coolangatta Hotel – QLD

Saturday 19th June
Kings Beach Tavern – QLD

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