Ne Obliviscaris Announces Southeast Asian Tour Dates
Australian metal act Ne Obliviscaris, which we nominated as one of the best newcomers of 2012, has announced a new headlining South East Asia tour.
The trek starts on August 20th in Nagoya, Japan and will travel for two weeks before ending in Bangkok, Thailand on September 9th. A full list of tour dates can be found below. The band is currently touring in support of "Portal of I" (reviewed here). The band is currently in the middle of writing a Season of Mist debut with plans to record in late 2013.
In other news, Ne Oblivscaris recently saw the song "And Plague Flowers The Kaleidoscope" included in a teaching curriculum at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. The song will undergo a compositional analysis by Professor Matthew Hindson, Chair of Composition at the conservatorium.
20 Aug 13 Aichi, Nagoya (JP) Tight Rope
21 Aug 13 Shinjuku, Tokyo (JP) WildSide
23 Aug 13 Wuhan (CN) Vox
24 Aug 13 Guangzhou (CN) T-Union
25 Aug 13 Shenzhen (CN) B10
28 Aug 13 Hong Kong (CN) Hidden Agenda
30 Aug 13 Taipei (TW) The Wall
01 Sep 13 Bangkok (TH) Harmonica
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