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The Daylight Curse Need Your Help With Tour

The Daylight Curse are going on tour soon, but have no idea where. Unable to locate the places where they're touring, the band is asking for your help. The Daylight Curse have proffered the following:

"i just spent an hour trying to find these places that were playin over the next 2 months and i couldnt find any of em. if anyone knows where the fuck these places are, or may live there and know where to go, let me know. also if we can sleep on your floor that would be crackin. hit us up!"

If you can help the guys out in any way, you can let them know through the band's MySpace page. The tour dates are:

Sep 15 2006 8:00P Maribrynong College Gym Maribrynong, VIC
Sep 17 2006 8:00P The Potato Shed (AA) Geelong, VIC
Sep 20 2006 8:00P 21 Arms (AA) Ballarat, VIC
Sep 23 2006 8:00P Engadine Community Hall (AA) Engadine NSW
Sep 24 2006 8:00P Oasis Youth Centre (AA) Wyong NSW
Sep 26 2006 8:00P Southport RSL (Lic AA) Surfer's Paradise QLD
Sep 27 2006 8:00P Gympie Senior Citizens Centre (AA) Gympie QLD
Sep 28 2006 8:00P Nambour Civic Centre (AA) Nambour QLD
Sep 29 2006 8:00P The Shack (AA) Toowoomba, QLD
Sep 30 2006 8:00P Youth Activities Centre (AA) Byron Bay NSW
Oct 3 2006 8:00P Switch Skate Park (AA) Port Macquarie NSW
Oct 4 2006 8:00P Taree PCYC (AA) Taree NSW
Oct 5 2006 8:00P Port Stephens PCYC (AA) Nelsons Bay, NSW
Oct 6 2006 8:00P Cambridge Hotel (AA) Newcastle NSW
Oct 6 2006 8:00P Cambridge Hotel (18+) Newcastle, NSW
Oct 7 2006 8:00P Castle Hill Showground (AA) Castle Hill NSW
Oct 10 2006 8:00P Waybacks Football Club (Lic AA) Port Lincoln SA
Oct 11 2006 8:00P Westies Football Club (Lic AA) Whyalla SA
Oct 13 2006 8:00P The Old Jail (Lic AA) Mt Gambier SA
Oct 14 2006 8:00P The Civic Centre (Lic AA) Bordertown SA
Oct 15 2006 8:00P NSPS Hall (AA) Naracoorte SA
Oct 27 2006 8:00P Manning Bar (Lic AA) Sydney NSW
Oct 29 2006 8:00P The Hi Fi Bar (U18's) Melbourne
Nov 3 2006 8:00P QUT Guild Bar (Lic AA) Brisbane

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The Daylight Curse Guitarist Leaves Band

Mitchy, guitarist for Sunshine Coast based band The Daylight Curse has announced that he has left the band, and will be leaving the country. While Mitchy was looking to continue his music in the direction of politically influenced reggae, the rest of the band felt more inclined to dig their roots deeper in the metal vein. Mitchy has decided to move to Japan, where he will teach english. A "funny little wog" named Joel is to take his place in the band.

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Last Ever Metal For The Brain Tour Info Announced

Metal For The Brain is an Australian benefit concert for the National Brain Injury Foundation and victim of brain injury, Alec Hurley. It spans three stages, 13 hours, more than 40 Aussie metal bands, and tickets are available from Ticketek for 60 Dollars, all ages. Over 18's must bring their ID to access the bar area and drink. Alcohol will not be permitted to be brought into the venue.

This year's Metal For The Brain Tour tentative line-up and set times have been officially announced. The tour has also launched a full website with more information at this location and an official forum, which was just recently launched itself. The announcement also divulged that this is to be the last ever Metal For The Brain tour, so get ready for this show to go out with an Earth-shattering 'bang'. The tour is scheduled for November 4th, at the University of Canberra Refectory.

Note that some of the below details, in regards to the stages some bands are playing may contain minor discrepancies to details posted on the Metal For The Brain website. The information is not necessarily finalised, and may experience slight changes. Current details are as follows: More...

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