"Brutal" is the key word to describe the Soldiers Of Immortality tour. Not only does it describe the punishing schedule of nine shows in eleven days, but it also describes the carnage that Thy Art Is Murder, War From A Harlots Mouth [Germany], The Bride and Make Them Suffer will wreak up and down the East Coast this December.
Since the release of their debut EP Infinite Death in 2008, Thy Art Is Murder have demanded attention both Australia-wide and internationally. Known for brutal breakdowns, punishing blast beats and gore riddled lyrics, the Western Sydney five-piece have sold out several headlining tours while apologising for no one. Their debut full length, The Adversary, saw the tradition of brutality continue with more touring, more controversy and now the headlining spot on the Soldiers Of Immortality Tour.
War From A Harlots Mouth started to make a name for themselves when they released their debut album, Transmetropolitan. Upon its release, word about the band exploded across Europe, earning the German five-piece shows all over Europe and the USA. Now, War From A Harlots Mouth head to Australia for the very first time, to put on show their third and most recent release XXM, which is out now through Lifeforce Records.
Formed in 2006, The Bride have built themselves a legion of fans with a solid debut EP release and constant touring across the country. This has culminated in a high energy live performance that has seen them support some of the biggest names in modern metalcore. Having recently signed to UNFD records, the Sydney five-piece have released their first full-length, President Rd, amid claims that it is one of the best hardcore releases of 2011.
Perth's Make Them Suffer have made their mark on the Australian metal scene since they got together in 2008. Not only have they released a critically acclaimed EP with Lord Of Woe, but have also developed a reputation for delivering an energetic and intense live performance.
The Soldiers Of Immortality Tour will be wreaking havoc in major cities on the East Coast this December. Don't miss the carnage when it reaches your town.