Gravemind Tomb Of Doom The Hateful Tour Brisbane

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Gravemind, Australia's newest upcoming extreme metal act are proud to announce The Hateful Tour. After bursting out onto the scene with their debut 5-Track EP, The Hateful One ( they are quickly climbing in popularity here in Australia and alarmingly so overseas. Gravemind are pushing the boundaries of the genre and intend to set themselves far apart from the mediocrity, they are not an act to miss.

Tomb of Doom

Drawing influence from violence, groove, virtuosity or anything heavy, we have a love for making the music we want to hear.

""The band's roots stem from the Sunshine Coast of South East Queensland in Australia back in late 2008. After releasing their debut demo in mid 2009, Tomb Of Doom has spent their time since conception refining themselves into a mightier form. Over this course they have released an independently funded 4-track EP, "Disgust", in March of 2011 and their debut full length album, "Bone Thieves" in October 2013 to critical acclaim.

With a slight line-up change, the recent addition of a second guitarist, a plethora of new material flowing and ample touring prospects; Tomb Of Doom have their sights aimed at the heavy music scene worldwide and are about to squeeze the trigger.""

Initiate Jericho

"Sunshine Coast Deathcore




Since forming in 2011, Traces has been the sole musical outlet of Jack Pallett and Isaiah Olig-Grennan, the two growing up in the ‘country music capitol’ of Tamworth have always been a step away from the crowd, this is evident in their music and attitude towards creativity, always striving to push the boundaries of what people know them for. The band take influence from the ever changing environment around them and are constantly changing themselves, they write music that they want to hear and don’t adhere to the latest trend within the music scene, their work ethic and almost entirely DIY approach has led to them achieving some things some wouldn’t have thought possible during the band’s inception. After an EP release and what has been the darkest period in Traces history, the band is slowly climbing their way back to where they were when their EP was released, on the verge of something that could go anywhere at any time.

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5 Piece Progressive Metal band from Armidale and Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
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By: The Hateful Tour