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Sunday 27th November 2022

7:00 PM

Overview

Australian heavy trailblazers Northlane are taking their #1 album,

Obsidian

, on tour through regional Australia in November and December. Kicking off in Wagga Wagga and winding up in Hobart, the run also includes a stop in Western Sydney - their first hometown show in a decade!



The regional tour is set to cap off a stellar 2022 for Northlane. Earlier this year, the band released their acclaimed new album, 

Obsidian

, which topped the ARIA Chart and has been streamed over 22 million times and climbing on Spotify. Self-recorded, self-produced (with the help of their longtime collaborator Chris Blancato) and self-released, album number six is a stunning feat that has truly transformed the heavy music landscape across the globe.



A bleak and anxiety riddled album reflecting the state of the world it was written in, 

Obsidian

 stands at the apex of the Northlane sound with their signature heavy groove sitting in perfect harmony with techno, drum & bass, intriguing synths, perplexing time signatures and widescreen choruses. This fusion of metal and electronic music lent itself to some of 

the most mind-blowingly spectacular shows

 Australian venues have seen in recent times.



Supporting Northlane when they hit the regions will be Melbourne's very own 

Windwaker

 - another top-tier live act who have already cultivated one hell of an exhilarating show that can't be missed.



Just like

Northlane's

last Australian tour, tickets are expected to sell out so snap 'em up quickly to avoid disappointment.

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Marine Parade, Coolangatta QLD 4225, Australia

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Destination Gold Coast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. 
 
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout Southeast Queensland.