Australian metallers Parkway Drive add extra show
Due to huge demand, Australian metal band Parkway Drive have added a second show in Manchester on the UK leg of their forthcoming “Reverence” tour. Tickets for the second show at Manchester O2 Apollo on January 30th are on sale now but please be aware that Bury Tomorrow will support on this date – Killswitch Engage will not be performing at the extra show.
The revised tour is as follows:
(With support from Killswitch Engage and Thy Art Is Murder)
29th Manchester, O2 Apollo
30th Manchester, O2 Apollo (with Bury Tomorrow)
31st Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
1st Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
2nd London, Alexandra Palace
Parkway Drive released their sixth studio album, Reverence, on May 4th to mass critical acclaim. Reverence is the most sonically adventurous and emotionally intense effort yet from the Byron Bay-based five-piece.
“Reverence represents the most honest and personal record we have ever created,” says Parkway Drive frontman Winston McCall. “It has been born through pain, sacrifice, and conviction, with the ultimate goal of expanding not only what Parkway Drive stand for musically, but who we are as people. Thank you for listening.”
Produced by longtime Parkway Drive sound engineer George Hadjichristou, Reverence arrives as the follow-up to 2015’s IRE—Parkway Drive’s most hugely successful album to date and a major force in boosting their ever-growing worldwide following. In addition to broadening the band’s sonic palette, Reverence offers up some of Parkway Drive’s most devastating songs yet.
Formed in Byron Bay in 2002, Parkway Drive have released five studio albums, all on Epitaph: Killing with a Smile (2005), Horizons (2007), Deep Blue (2010), Atlas (2012), and IRE (2015). With all five albums certified gold in Australia, Parkway Drive have also released two platinum-selling DVDs (2012’s Home is for the Heartless and 2009’s Parkway Drive: The DVD).
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Ex guitarist in Zenopede, ex vocals for a goth covers band that was hailed as the future of Welsh music, former DJ, promoter and nightclub director. Writer for Gear4Geeks’ Blog4Geeks and owner of Gear4Geeks ltd. First published music critique was Kerrang letter of the Week.
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