Perth’s Make Them Suffer will hit the road around Australia this winter with special guests After The Burial (USA), Saviour and Gravemind.
Following months of heavy touring through the North American winter alongside the likes of Born Of Osiris, The Acacia Strain and Chelsea Grin, as well as pulling huge crowds to their performances on the inaugural Good Things festival here in the Aussie summer, Make Them Suffer will undertake their biggest tour of their homeland to date this June.
Make Them Suffer’s last record Worlds Apart cracked both Billboard and ARIA top album charts on release, with 2018’s follow up single “27” being added to national broadcaster triple j.
The band have promised new material is imminent.
Minnesota’s After The Burial are riding high on the success of their album Dig Deep, with its follow up Evergreen due to hit shelves in April ahead of the tour. This will be the quartet’s first visit to Australia in five years.
Fellow Perth outfit Saviour have been on a roll of late, with appearances at Unify Gathering and Visionfest as well as headlining Australian tours with the likes of Deadlights and Pridelands in support of most recent album Let Me Leave and a stream of singles like “Never Sleep” and “The City”.
Melbourne’s Gravemind have been carving a destructive path through the Australian heavy scene in recent times, with the promise of new material to follow the technical madness of 2018’s “Lifelike”.