Thursday, May 24, 2012

NEWS: STATE OF INTEGRITY "Did We Choose To Suffer" Album Launch, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, Saturday 26 May from 5pm - show review coming soon!

Saturday, May 26, 20125:00pm until 10:00pm in UTC+10

The Railway Hall - Bellevue Street, Toowoomba

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    STATE OF INTEGRITY Did We Choose To Suffer Album Launch
    The Railway Hall, 32 Bellevue Street, Toowoomba
    Saturday May 26
    ... Doors 5pm
    All Ages

    17:10 - 17:40 - Burg
    18:10 - 18:40 - The Dawn Addicts
    19:10 - 19:40 - Acorea
    20:10 - 20:40 - Soul Illusion
    21:10 - 21:50 - State Of Integrity

    Rolling into Toowoomba as part of their "Did We Choose To Suffer" album launch tour, State Of Integrity have spent the last few months touring tirelessly over Australia and New Zealand, finding themselves sharing the stage with big guns such as Unearth and The Black Dahlia Murder in the process. No stranger to the big stage, with a support resume boasting Whitechapel, Testament, Caliban, Psycroptic, Obituary, All Shall Perish and Job For A Cowboy among others, State Of Integrity will draw upon this experience to pummel the audience with their brutal, chugging riffs.

    With the majority of their members originally hailing from Dalby, Soul Illusion return to the Darling Downs to introduce Toowoomba audiences to their uncompromising yet progressive sounds. Straight off the back of a support slot with Argentina's In Element, Soul Illusion will mesmerise you with their trance inducing grooves, while still challenging your neck to start thrashing your head back and forth.

    Acorea return to Toowoomba fired up after their first interstate run, a whirlwind weekend trip taking in Coffs Harbour and Sydney. A busy schedule over the past 2 months have kept Acorea at the top of their game, and they will be ready to unleash their dirty, dark, thrash inspired brutality and trademark energy on their Toowoomba brethren.

    Bringing their quirky sound up The Range for the first time, The Dawn Addicts are a breath of fresh air in a stagnant heavy music scene. With a sound that is impossible to pigeonhole, The Dawn Addicts push the boundaries of what metalcore is capable of, ushering in elements of progression reminiscent of such bands as Between The Buried & Me and Every Time I Die.

    Burg are a 2 piece black metal outfit, for fans of Toowoomba band Revelations
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