Buried In Verona's Return To Australia Delayed By Bali Volcano

9 November 2015 | 1:34 pm | Staff Writer

Band forced to miss out on a few Aus shows.

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Aussie metalcore act Buried In Verona were forced to miss out on four national shows over the weekend after volcanic ash prevented the band from flying home from Bali where they had just wrapped up a string of shows.

Currently on tour as the support act for Northlane, alongside August Burns Red, Like Moths To Flames and Ocean Grove, the Sydney-founded quintet were forced to cancel shows in Perth on Wednesday, Adelaide on Thursday and Melbourne on Friday and Saturday.

The boys were able to rejoin the tour in Melbourne last night to perform at 170 Russell. 

Keeping fans updated on all movements of the flight delays via Facebook, the band apologised to all the fans who may have missed seeing them in concert. 

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"Thank you everyone for all your messages and well wishes in this really frustrating time. We are focusing on the positives as much as we can and are just looking forward to finally getting back into playing again for you all."

The Node tour continues in Sydney this weekend, followed by shows in Newcastle and Brisbane. Head to theGuide for more details.

Check out all the posts below from Buried In Verona as they made the long journey home back to Australia over the last few days.


PERTH: We have some bad news. Due to volcanic ash in the air in Bali, all flights out yesterday were cancelled. We have...

Posted by Buried In Verona on Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Just a quick update; the Bali airport is still closed and we are on several stand by flights ready to go as soon as it...

Posted by Buried In Verona on Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Update: the Bali airport has now been reopened, but after being on the phones all night, the only available next flight...

Posted by Buried In Verona on Thursday, 5 November 2015

Just hold on, we're going home... Via Melbourne.

Posted by Buried In Verona on Saturday, 7 November 2015