Justice For The Damned Australian Tour
Justice For The Damned Australian Tour
Destroy All Lines & Greyscale Records present

Justice For The Damned Australian Tour

with Honest Crooks, Dregg & Caged Existence
The Workers Club (Fitzroy, VIC)
Saturday, 2 November 2019 8:00 PM
9 days away
18 Plus
Metal / Hard Rock

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It’s been a long road since the release of Sydney’s Justice For The Damned’s debut album Dragged Through The Dirt, and before the band opens the next chapter, they wanted to hit the Australian roads one last time. “Coming to the end of the DTTD cycle, we're feeling more pumped than ever for the future. We've had a great  touring off of this album, it's taken us farther than we ever expected and we're so grateful for the opportunities we were given in this time.” Says guitarist Nick Adams.

This October & November will see Justice For The Damned hitting up towns across Australia, and bringing some of the heaviest and most exciting bands currently growing out of the Australian scene. Recently coming off the back of a huge European tour alongside Knocked Loose and Kublai Khan, Caged Existence bring their own flavour to the era of 90’s metallic hardcore, Melbourne’s uniquely outrageous Dregg will deliver their tongue-in-cheek hardcore stylings, and after a period of recreation, Hellsworth’s heaviest Honest Crooks have every intention of bulldozing the stages and showing exactly why they have garnished such a title. Of the support acts, Adams sm hares that these shows will truly be about the family that’s helped Justice grow. “We chose these bands not only because they are awesome bands, but because they are full of great people/friends. We intend to see off DTTD the same way we brought it in, in the company of people we love.”

These will be the last run of shows for this era of Justice For The Damned, but Adams says people shouldn’t get complacent, and that this is just the first chapter, the next will have everyone on the edge of their seat.  “What the world can expect from JFTD in the future is something bigger and better than we could have imagined. We're very excited to kick-start this new chapter of our lives/career.”