Graves 506 Australian Tour 2014

 
 
 
 

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Since their inception in late 2011, Wollongong NSW heavy hitters GRAVES have been on a constant rise through the Australian heavy music scene.

With a foundation built on a solid DIY ethic, pure hard work and heavy music worship, Graves have built a reputation of reliability, strength and crushing heaviness. So much so that they are often referred to as one of the heaviest bands in Australia

Their relentless attitude and incredibly savage stage show has also led to them supporting several major bands including I Killed The Prom Queen, Thy Art is Murder, Northlane, and House vs Hurricane. These tours showcased the Graves live show to an ever expanding and rabid fanbase and quickly saw the band move into main support slots for big internationals like Oceano, Obey The Brave, Hundredth, Atilla, In Hearts Wake, I Declare War and The Acacia Strain.

Graves have just wrapped up the Ocean Tide tour with Prepared Like A Bride where both bands stepped up to the plate due to Confession having to unfortunately withdraw on the eve of the tour.

The band self released their Pestilence EP in August 2013 and have recently released the video and single for the track 506 which has been seen over 30 thousand times. 
They are now taking the 506 tour around the country one last time before the year is out and are bringing Melbourne’s Ocean Grove with them.

OCEAN GROVE have been championing their evolving sound and erratic live show since coming onto the scene in late 2010. 2013 saw them release their first EP, Outsider which was met with a feverish response and their latest output via singles The Dead Years and Backbone showcase their exciting and crushing new direction, one that their fans have embraced completely.   With respect coming both locally and around the world from touring partners such as Buried In Verona, Volumes and Fit For A King, Ocean Grove have firmly established their credentials and with a new record coming in early 2015, the band are set to level up once more and continue pushing boundaries.

Tickets are from $15 and available at the door

 
 
 
 

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