Thy Art Is Murder have announced the Human Target Australian Tour. Set to pulverise the continent in September, The Human Target Australian Tour will see Thy Art Is Murder join forces with Californian deathcore mainstays Carnifex, UK punishers Malevolence and Dallas deathcore merchants I AM for what promises to be the heaviest tour of the year.
Originally set to take place in the wasteland that was 2020 - before being forced to pull the pin completely in 2021 - the Human Target Australian Tour has been a long time coming from the Australian purveyors of brutality.
Released in 2019, the menacing Human Target foreshadowed the dire reality we are living in 2022 where hyperactive virtue signalling, extremism and disenfranchisement serve as a distraction while our planet staggers toward an inevitable climate disaster that we are now witnessing in real-time.
Californian crushers Carnifex, returning to Australia for the first time in over 11 years will be a major drawcard for the tour with their 2021 release Graveside Blessings inspiring widespread fervour in the deathcore community.
Malevolence, who are currently reigning supreme as the UK’s most hyped metal band of 2022, are a cannot miss proposition themselves. Seriously, no one who has seen this band recently will shut up about the experience and this tour might be our only chance to join in down under for quite a while.
The no-nonsense stylings of the 'Texas Metal’ kings I AM will round out the mammoth bill, visiting these shores ahead of the release of the forthcoming Eternal Steel full-length.
Thy Art Is Murder are presently at the tail end of a massive 32-date North American tour, leaving a trail of sold-out shows in its wake. By the time they arrive back on home soil, they’ll be match fit and raring to go.
The Human Target Australian Tour will be your last chance to see Thy Art Is Murder in 2022 before they head to the Northern Hemisphere where they’ll see out the year on tour with Lamb of God and Kreator.
Tickets are on sale now and organisers are warning you not to sleep on them, as the tour is expected to sell out.
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