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The Mark of Cain Reschedule ‘Ill At Ease’ Tour Dates Due to Injury

The Mark Of Cain have been forced to postpone the first three dates of their upcoming tour following a cycling accident that injured bass player Kim Scott. In a short statement, the band said Scott had sustained “serious injuries” following the road cycling incident.

Consequently, the band’s first three shows in Fremantle, Melbourne, and Hobart – which were due to take place in late October and early November – have been rescheduled to mid-January. The tour now officially kicks off on Saturday, 25th November in Adelaide. See the full list of revised tour dates below.

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The band have also been forced to cancel their appearances at Off The Rails festival in Newcastle and Marrickville. As per usual, all tickets for the old dates will be valid for the new ones, and refunds can happen at the point of purchase.

Additionally, the band have also announced that Newcastle upon Tyne hard rock outfit Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs will jump on as supports at three shows – in Canberra, Sydney, and Brisbane. The dates form part of Pigsx7’s first-ever Australian tour.

TMOC will be paying homage to their seminal record Ill At Ease on the tour; the 1995 album is finally being released on vinyl for the first time ever – you can pre-order here.

The Mark of Cain Ill At Ease Tour 2023 – Revised Dates

  • Saturday, 25th November – Hindley St Music Hall, Adelaide SA
  • Wednesday, 13th December – The Basement, Canberra ACT
  • Friday, 15th December – The Metro, Sydney NSW
  • Saturday, 16th December – The Tivoli, Brisbane QLD
  • Saturday, 13th January – Freo Social, Fremantle WA
  • Friday, 19th January – Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne VIC
  • Saturday, 20th January – Hobart Uni Bar TAS

Tickets on sale now.

Further Reading

The Mark of Cain Announce 2023 ‘Ill At Ease’ National Tour

The Eighty-Six Announces Program Centrepieces: Super Saturday and Independent Music Exchange

Amyl & the Sniffers to Headline New Festival Off the Rails in Sydney and Newcastle

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