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Lord Plans Extensive Australian Tour with Japanese Tour Dates

Sydney metal band Lord will be embarking on an extensive tour of Australia with a brief trip to Japan planned. The tour is in support of their “Return of the Tyrant” EP, due for release in the coming months, is focused around a 10 minute track of the the same name full of piratey singalongs, which is a sequel to Dungeon’s (the band that dissolved, and spawned Lord) popular “Tarranno Del Mar.” And there will also be a bunch of covers and interpretations that will be announced soon.

Here are the latest tour dates:

August 13th – Newtown, Notes (18+)
August 27th – Wollongong, The Ox (18+)
August 28th – Canberra, The Maram (18+)
September 11th – Darwin, Brown’s Mart Theatre (Lic/AA)
September 16th – Sydney, The Annandale Hotel (18+)
September 17th – Melbourne, East Brunswick Club (18+)
October 2nd – Cairns, Kuranda Theatre (Lic/AA)
October 8th – Tokyo, Holiday (with Doro and Jaded Heart)
October 10th – Nagoya, Holiday (with Doro and Jaded Heart)
October 11th – Osaka, Holiday (with Doro and Jaded Heart)
October 29th – Sydney, The Gaelic (18+)
October 30th – Newcastle, Club Led (18+)
November 5th – Broken Hill, Theatre Royal (AA Afternoon show)
November 5th – Broken Hill, Theatre Royal (18+)
November 6th – Adelaide, Uni Bar (Lic/AA)
November 19th – Perth, Rocket Room (18+)
November 20th – Perth, The Civic Hotel (18+)
November 26th – Brisbane, Rosies (18+)
November 27th – Rockhampton, The Anchor Hotel (18+)
December 3rd – Merrylands, Hyland Road Youth Centre (AA)

Source: Metal Obsession

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