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Incite Comments On Upcoming Australian Tour Dates With Soulfly

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Incite has issued the following statement about the band's upcoming Australian tour alongside Soulfly and City of Fire:

"If you favor metal in its most primal form, then prepare yourself, because this line-up is what you’ve been waiting for. Soulfly will team up with City of Fire and Incite for a triple International tour of the nation, starting September 7.

"Most bands slow down with age – not Soulfly. More than 10 years since their self-titled debut album became a genre classic (and achieved Gold sales), they’re back, and they’re bringing their brutal heavy metal assault to the masses, showcasing their seventh album, Omen. Led by former Sepultura frontman, Max Cavalera, Soulfly have become an even fiercer, fierier and more furious metallic monster.

"Well known for their collaborations with up and coming talent, Soulfly will share top billing with Vancouver five piece, City of Fire, featuring members from Fear Factory and Strapping Young Lad – Burton C Bell, Byron Stroud and Jed Simon. Despite only being in their current line up since 2008, City of Fire has created a name for themselves, delving into everything from metal to hard rock to punk. Sonically hard, yet groove-heavy, they pay dutiful homage to their home-town, with a challenging, yet illuminating sound.

"Preparing to create chaos in a whole new way, Soulfly and City of Fire will take their aural assault all over the country along with support from Phoenix natives, Incite (fronted by Richie Cavalera). Metal, punk and hardcore fans DO NOT want to miss this tour!"

The tour dates are as follows:

9/7 - Hi Fi - Brisbane, QLD
9/8 - Palace Theatre - Melbourne, VIC
9/9 - UNSW Roundhouse - Sydney, NSW
9/10 - Panthers - Newcastle, NSW
9/11 - ANU Bar - Canberra, ACT
9/12 - HQ - Adelaide, SA
9/14 - Capitol - Perth, WA

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