The Butterfly Effect, Suicidal Tendencies To Lead Epic Adelaide Festival

14 June 2023 | 10:54 am | Mary Varvaris
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Froth & Fury Fest returns this November for a day of "beers, riffs, tattoos, food trucks, stalls and more".

L,R: The Butterfly Effect, Suicidal Tendencies, Sunk Loto & RedHook

L,R: The Butterfly Effect, Suicidal Tendencies, Sunk Loto & RedHook (Source: Supplied)

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After selling out last year’s event, the Froth & Fury festival returns this November with a line-up headlined by The Butterfly Effect – hitting the stage after “a bit of hibernation,” according to their social media. Also featured are the mighty Suicidal Tendencies, who will soon reveal additional Australian dates.

Froth & Fury is held at Pirate Life Brewing on 18 Baker Street, Port Adelaide. Australia’s premier event for heavy and alternative music lovers, this year’s line-up also boasts Sunk Loto playing Between Birth & Death in its entirety, RedHook, Caligula’s Horse, Lagerstein, Mirrors, and many more, with further acts to be announced.

Pre-sale tickets are on sale now, with General Public tickets available from 9 am (SA time) this Friday, 16 June via Moshtix.

The current line-up of Suicidal Tendencies comprises Mike Muir, Ben Weinman (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Better Lovers), Dean Pleasants, Tye Trujillo (Robert's son) and newest member Greyson Nekrutman on drums. Meanwhile, Sunk Loto will return to Adelaide for the first time since their reformation, making their appearance a special one.

Froth & Fury organisers encourage punters to “crack open a Frothie, Unleash your Fury and join us for another massive day of Craft Beers, Killer Bands, Tattoos, Food Trucks, Stalls & much, much more”. Check out the full line-up below.

Last year, The Butterfly Effect returned with the empathetic hard rock anthem Visiting Hours. A single from their EP IV – released last September – the band were in fine form, fusing smouldering intensity and existential exploration in an emotive anthem that oozes relatability. 

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Visiting Hours unfurls with haunting guitar work courtesy of Kurt Goedhart, before steadily building a world of melodic beauty and oscillating beats around Clint Boge's raw yet intimate vocals. A dark, brooding and, ultimately, an optimistic outing that draws inspiration from the likes of Peter Gabriel, Pink Floyd, Tori Amos and Kate Bush, Visiting Hours showcases an assured and steady technicality from the Brisbane quartet. 

You can check out Kill Your Stereo’s recent interview with RedHook here.

The Butterfly Effect
 Suicidal Tendencies (USA - 40th Anniversary Show)
 Sunk Loto (Between Birth and Death 20th Anniversary show)
 Caligula’s Horse
 The Amenta
 Dr Colossus
 Hidden Intent
 Freedom Of Fear
 Stabbitha & The Knifey Wifeys
 Cull The Band
 Nocturnal Animals
 Descend To Acheron

+ more to be announced.