The band will head to 170 Russell in Melbourne on Friday, 19th May.
Having well and truly mastered the art of punk rock with their 2017 ninth studio album Hi-Vis High Tea, Notorious 90s punk-rockers Frenzal Rhomb are back with their tenth album, The Cup of Pestilence, due for release tomorrow, 7 April.
On the eve of the album release, the Sydney band have now announced they’ll be heading on a national Australian tour to celebrate. Kicking off in Melbourne on 19 May, the tour will take the band across the country in June and July, finishing up in Hobart on 29 July.
Frenzal Rhomb ‘The Cup of Pestilence’ Tour
Fri 19 May: 170 Russell, Melbourne
Sat 20 May: The Gov, Adelaide
Fri 2 June: Drifters Wharf, Gosford
Sat 3 June: Spring Loaded, Sandstone Point
Fri 16 June: The Zoo, Brisbane
Sat 17 June: Vinnies, Gold Coast
Fri 23 June: The Mansfield, Townsville
Sat 24 June: Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns
Fri 7 July: Badlands, Perth
Sat 8 July: Indian Ocean Hotel, Scarborough
Fri 21July: The Basement, Canberra
Sat 22 July: Manning Bar, Sydney
Fri 28 July: Miranda Hotel, Miranda
Sat 29 July: Uni Bar, Hobart
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“It’s time to oil up the guitars, sharpen the drumsticks and hitch up the wallet chain-mail; it’s time for battle!*,” the band share.
“*playing a reasonable number of shows spread out over a bunch of weekends with a kinda big but not too-long setlist because we’ve been doing this for a while and our bones hurt. Please come.”
Comprised of Jason Whalley, Gordy Forman, Michael Dallinger and Lindsay McDougall, the band will be joined by special guests The Meanies.
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The Cup Of Pestilence – the new album by Frenzal Rhomb – out April 7 on Virgin Music, pre-order here.