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    The Ocean/Cave in/LLLNN embark on a colossal tour of Australia This June

    THE OCEAN/Cave IN/LLNN Announces 2024 Australian Tour!

    Acclaimed post-metal bands THE OCEAN returns to Australia this June alongside legendary US metal/hardcore pioneers CAVE IN for their first-ever Australian shows and the insane experimental metal madness of LLNN.

    Tour Dates / Locations:

    WEDNESDAY 5 JUNE 2024 – THE TRIFFID, BRISBANE

    THURSDAY 6 JUNE 2024 – HAMILTON STATION HOTEL, NEWCASTLE

    FRIDAY 7 JUNE 2024 – THE BASEMENT, CANBERRA

    SATURDAY 8 JUNE 2024 – THE FACTORY THEATRE, SYDNEY

    SUNDAY 9 JUNE 2024 – STAY GOLD, MELBOURNE ^^

    SUNDAY 9 JUNE 2024 – THE ROSEMOUNT, PERTH**

    WEDNESDAY 12 JUNE 2024 – VALHALLA, WELLINGTON ^^

    THURSDAY 13 JUNE 2024 – WHAMMY, AUCKLAND ^^

    FRIDAY 14 JUNE 2024 – 170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE

    SATURDAY 15 JUNE 2024 – LION ARTS, ADELAIDE ^^

    **The Ocean Headline show, Cave in and LLNN not appearing

    ^^ Cave in Headline show, The Ocean not appearing

    About THE OCEAN:

    2023 saw the release of THE OCEAN’s ninth album, Holocene – the band’s most exploratory and varied release yet. This album concludes the paleontological era they began with 2018’s Phanerozoic I: Paleozoic and continued with 2020’s Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic / Cenozoic. Led by guitarist and mastermind Robin Staps, THE OCEAN has ventured into a world of looped electronics and subtle melodic experimentation while reflecting on humanity in a post-pandemic world.

    About CAVE IN:

     

    Formed in 1995 in Massachusetts by singer/guitarist Stephen Brodsky, CAVE IN was ahead of its time from the very beginning, helping to define the metalcore genre with their 1998 debut album Until Your Heart Stops. The band evolved their sound with more accessible psychedelic ‘space rock’ influences on subsequent releases. After the tragic death of bassist/vocalist Caleb Schofield in 2018, Converge bassist Nate Newton joined the band, resulting in their critically acclaimed seventh album, 2022’s Heavy Pendulum (Relapse Records).

    About LLNN:

    Rounding out this powerhouse tour, Denmark’s LLNN delivers apocalyptic soundscapes with their crushing sonic textures and unhinged rhythmic destruction. Signed to THE OCEAN’s Pelagic Records, this four-piece band’s 2021 album Unmaker is a pillar of sonic force so intense that words fall short.

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    Anthony Cooley is a contributor to Discipline Magazine. He has previously written for such publications as Echoes and Dust, Musique Machine, Mutiny in Heaven and others. His writing focuses on the world of drone, noise and ambient music.