Boys Of Summer 2010 Australian Tour w/ Every Time I Die, 50 Lions, House Vs. Hurricanes & Mary Jane Kelly 


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Hold on to your party hats, as this January sees the annual Boys Of Summer tour return for its fifth and most impressive year yet! With previous line-ups boasting an eclectic collection of acts such as Comeback Kid, I Killed The Prom Queen, Set Your Goals, Misery Signals, Evergreen Terrace and Parkway Drive, we are proud to announce that the 2010 edition will be spearheaded by Buffalo bruisers Every Time I Die (USA)!  

Far from being overnight sensations, Every Time I Die are now entering their twelfth year as a band. Backed by a new label – the iconic Epitaph Records - the quintet’s renewed sense of urgency has resulted in their most aggressive and musically complex outing yet, the stunning New Junk Aesthetic. Combining the tongue in cheek five-piece’s trademark riffing and lyrical wit with a hostile and destructive attitude not seen since the group’s formative years, New Junk Aesthetic is sure to top both fan’s and critic’s top 10 lists for 2009.  

Propelled by a tireless work ethic that has seen them snake their way across Australia, New Zealand and Europe countless times, Byron Bay come Melbourne hardcore crew 50 Lions are a welcome addition to this year’s festivities. Strengthened by the recent acquisition of former Her Nightmare vocalist Luke Bainbridge on guitar, this road-hardened act will be touring in support of their second full-length, Where Life Expires. Produced by Sam Johnson at Melbourne’s 3 Phase Studios, the record contains 50 Lions’ strongest material to date, something that will be reinforced by the band’s tough as nails live show. Trap Them have pulled out of the 2010 Boys Of Summer tour citing ‘unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances‘.We are excited to announce that Melbourne’s House Vs Hurricane will be getting on board the East Coast and Adelaide Boys Of Summer Juggernaut. HvH will be fresh from recording their debut full-length with Brian McTernan at Salad Days USA, who has previously worked with Circa Survive, Thrice, Darkest Hour and Lifetime to name a few. Having supported acts like Parkway Drive, Misery Signals and Bullet for My Valentine over the last eighteen-months, Boys Of Summer will be the perfect start to what is shaping up to be House Vs Hurricane ’s biggest year yet! Rounding out the bill is Wollongong’s own Mary Jane Kelly. Having played with everyone from Propagandhi to Bring Me The Horizon, this melody driven hardcore quartet have enjoyed a huge 2009, a trend that is set to continue when they drop their debut long-play in early 2010! Titled Like There’s No Tomorrow, the release deals with a plethora of issues, ranging from the deeply personal to the highly controversial, while the instrumental aspect of the record sees the band push the limits of their own technicality.With tickets for the Macbeth Boys Of Summer 2010 trek set to fly out the door, this is one tour you don’t want to sleep on!


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