The new kings of Aussie heavy music are bringing their acclaimed live show to the country's far-flung locales
Sydney-bred Oz metalcore royalty Northlane have had an absolutely epic year, the wave of momentum brought forth by new album Node taking the outfit to previously inconceivable heights.
The band are looking to get 2016 started on the right foot in the wake of such a banner 12 months too, with Northlane today announcing a massive run of shows along the roads less travelled to the country's destinations less visited on the way to — and after — their performance at January's Soundwave Festival events.
Northlane will kick off their headline run in Townsville, at the Dalrymple Hotel, on Friday 15 January, heading down the coast through Airlie Beach (16 January), Gladstone (20 January), Bundaberg (21 January) and the Sunshine Coast (22 January) on the way to their first date at Soundwave, in Brisbane, on Saturday 23 January.
They're tied up with festival duties for a further two Soundwave dates, on 24 and 26 January, before recommencing their so-called Howzat tour in Launceston, at Club 54, on 29 January. The band then play twice in Hobart (30-31 January, the second of which is all ages), wrapping up the whole sojourn with three shows in Western Australia: Bunbury (18 February), Albany (19 February) and Rockingham (21 February).
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Northlane will be joined for all headline shows by Bare Bones, with select special guests at each stop.