Hadal Maw "Olm" Tour: Adelaide At Enigma Bar Feb 25

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Buy Tickets: http://evolutiontouring.oztix.com.au/Default.aspx?Event=68966
Pre Order "Olm" from www.evprecordings.com.au/hadal-maw

After a string of devastating shows across 2016 with bands such as Cryptopsy, Thy Art Is Murder and Psycroptic, Hadal Maw rounded out the year by dropping the first single from their much anticipated second album "Olm", to be released via EVP Recordings on February 3, 2017.

The result is a departure from their total break-neck technical death metal roots. Hadal Maw’s music has evolved and features sprawling atmosphere, thunderous groove and memorable, crushing guitar lines that meld with their distinct dissonance tinged hooks that they’ve become renowned for.

Since the 2014 release of their debut album Senium, Hadal Maw have cemented themselves among Australia’s death metal elite with their modern reimagining of the genre and sonically devastating live show.
EVP Recordings have been responsible for releases by world class acts such as Behemoth, King Parrot, Psycroptic, and King.

Voros:
VOROS are a South Australian tech/death/thrash band that will appeal to listeners of REVOCATION, DEATH, MASTODON and MESHUGGAH.
Since their inception, Voros have shared the stage with such high profile heavy acts as At the Gates, Katakylsm, Psycroptic, Be'lakor & King Parrot.
Following the release of their debut album 'Diseased Deity' released through Truth Inc Records in September 2015, the band has regularly played shows around Australia as well as a tour of China and Taiwan in July 2016.
With another music video to be released in early next year and more touring to come, 2017 is set to be a busy year for Voros.

Sun of Gaia:
Sun of Gaia is a five-piece progressive metal band from Adelaide, South Australia. Formed in 2015, the band takes influence from the modern progressive metal movement which includes artists such as Ne Obliviscaris, Omnium Gatherum and Gojira, as well as traditional melodic death metal icons Death and At The Gates. These influences give Sun of Gaia a modern, melodic, heavy and progressive sound.

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By: Hadal Maw