Deafheaven will once again grace Australian shores next year, off the back of their latest album ‘Ordinary Corrupt Human Love’.
The tour follows Deafheaven’s famed 2016 visit, which saw the Californian outfit become the first black metal band ever to perform at the Sydney Opera House as part a stacked VividLIVE program also featuring Bon Iver, New Order and Anohni.
Continuing the impressive legacy of their highly acclaimed second album ‘Sunbather’ and subsequent release ‘New Bermuda’, Deafheaven’s ‘Ordinary Corrupt Human Love’ sees the band expand on their kinetic sound with layered psychedelic vocals, jazz-inspired percussion, and intricate piano melodies.
Formed in San Francisco in 2010, Deafheaven (vocalist George Clarke, guitarists Kerry McCoy and Shiv Mehra, and drummer Dan Tracy) made their debut with 2011’s ‘Roads To Judah’ and enjoyed an unexpected crossover hit with 2013′s ‘Sunbather’. Since then, the band’s genre-defying sound has made them one of the most divisive and disarming bands in modern metal and their lauded live show has recruited fans from all corners of the globe.
Tickets are on sale now so act fast.
They’ll hit up the Corner Hotel, Melbourne – February 27 2019.