Ohio rockers Beartooth have today coupled the release of their slick new music video Afterall with the reveal of two epic supports for their upcoming Australian Disease Tour in July, of which the Melbourne leg is completely sold out.
Rapidly-rising metalcore figures Thornhill are set to join the tour as main support. After revealing their latest single Coven in April, the Melbourne five-piece went on to complete a near-sold out national headline tour, feeding their legion of fans with a stellar live show and keeping them hungry for more new music. They’ll be bringing that sought-after live show to the forefront across all dates of the Disease Tour.
Rounding out the bill comes Windwaker, another incredibly hyped Melbourne-based metalcore act. After a massive set at Download in March in support of their head-turning Empire EP, the band are currently shredding the east coast on their own headline shows before they join Beartooth in July.
Alongside the support news, Beartooth have also revealed a new music video for Afterall. Taken from Beartooth’s critically-acclaimed 2018 album and namesake for the tour, Disease, the video pins an alien in a human world feeling mocked, out of place, and wondering whether he’s doing it all right.
Disease took an incredibly stark look inward at Beartooth founding frontman Caleb Shomo’s battles with depression, and arguably resulted in the band’s most intimate output to date. Atop its release the record was awarded Album of the Week by Kerrang! and spawned a mammoth touring schedule across North America, Europe and the UK. Beartooth are now finally due to bring Disease to Australia, and will play shows in Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide as well as a sold out affair in Melbourne in July alongside two of the country’s most promising acts.
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