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Contrive To Support Machine Head In Australia

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Melbourne Metal trio CONTRIVE will support MACHINE HEAD in Sydney for their upcoming AUSTRALIAN Tour kicking off in October. In a relatively short time CONTRIVE have earned touring opportunities with acts such as SEPULTURA, SOILWORK, DESTRUCTION, MAYHEM, SKINLAB etc.

CONTRIVE are all set to enter the studio next week to begin recording their debut album titled "The Meaning Unseen". Here are some confirmed track titles set to appear on the forthcoming release:

RELATE
BY WAY OF CHOICE
DIVIDED
SHIFTING FOCUS
THE MEANING UNSEEN

The CONTRIVE website has also been updated with new band shots, live photos and downloadable MP3s. There is also a Media section hosting some reviews of Contrive releases and live shows of the band.

Upcoming CONTRIVE Shows:

Saturday October 2nd w/ MACHINE HEAD (USA)
UNSW ROUNDHOUSE - SYDNEY
Cnr Anzac Para de & High St, Kensington
Contrive On Stage TBC

Sunday October 3rd
The Tote Hotel, Melbourne - U/18's
Cnr Johnston St & Wellington St , Collingwood
w/ Daysend (SYD), Stronger Than Hate (SYD)
Contive on stage TBC

Friday October 8th
The Ar thouse Hotel
616 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
w / ALARUM + guests
Contrive on stage TBC

Lookout for upcoming shows in Adelaide & Sydney to be announced shortly.

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1. Andy Christ writes:

Contrive are sh**e. The only reason that they get all of those sweet supports is that their c***ing drummer is the DJ on the only nationally broadcast metal program in the country.

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2. RHSyd writes:

Yep Contirve sure did suck, but it didn't matter 'cos I don't think anyone expected any different from them, but omg did machine head f***ing go off! that was amazing. Awesome pit and awsome music for almost two hours. With a few covers to top it off like War for Territory, Walk and Reign in Blood that was f***ing insane.
Come back soon fellas!!Please!!

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