Parkway Drive Announce Their Biggest Australian Tour

16 August 2012 | 1:00 am | Scott Fitzsimons

Tour to coincide with their fourth album Atlas

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Bryon Bay's metalcore heroes Parkway Drive have announced a massive national tour, which will be their biggest to date, to coincide with their fourth album Atlas.

On the back of the release - which was recorded in Los Angeles with Matt Hyde (Slayer, Hatebreed, Sum 41) - the band are stepping up their live production.

Vocalist Winston McCall explains, "For the past ten years we've played with a backdrop, and the whole experience has been us. We're trying something this time, and hopefully it makes people feel something different as well. It's definitely going to be entertaining. There won't be any dead spots.”

The tour will feature three support acts, including a reformed I Killed The Prom Queen, as well as fellow locals Nothlane and Survival.

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Further details on the release of Atlas will be revealed closer to the release (which is expected to be this year), and the band will be hoping to emulate the success which saw them go to number one with their tour DVD, Home Is For The Heartless.

Tickets will be on sale Wednesday 22 August, all shows are all ages.