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Black Mountain Announce Two New Zealand Shows

Black Mountain Announce Two New Zealand Shows

Tuesday 28th June, 2016 9:00AM

Buzzed out Vancouver rockers Black Mountain are heading this way for two shows in spring. The five-piece psych-metal outfit will be landing on these shores in support of their new album IV, which was released earlier this year via Jagjaguwar to critical acclaim and provided the perfect excuse for the band to make their first ever excursion on New Zealand soil. Here are the details...

UnderTheRadar Proudly Presents...

Black Mountain

Friday 30th September, The Tuning Fork, Auckland
Saturday 1st October, Bodega, Wellington

 

Tickets to the Wellington show are available HERE at UTR from 9am Thursday 30th June, and Auckland will be available from Ticketmaster.


Feast your eyes on the incredible video for 'Florian Saucer Attack' created by Chad Van Gaalen...


And here's the brilliant vid for 'Mothers Of The Sun' also lifted off IV...


PRESS RELEASE:

Blind Tiger, Vector Arena & undertheradar presents:

BLACK MOUNTAIN

Auckland - Friday September 30th at Tuning Fork
Wellington - Saturday October 1st at Bodega

Tickets for the Auckland show are available from Ticketmaster.co.nz and are on presale 3pm, Tuesday 28th June and on general sale 9am, Thursday 30h June

Tickets for the Wellington show are available from undertheradar and are onsale 9am, Thursday 30th June

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Drawing on blues, psychedelia, acid rock, Led Zeppelin, and the Velvet Underground, the Vancouver five piece Black Mountain are coming to New Zealand for the first time and bringing with them, their fourth proper album, IV.

"The songs on IV are massive, cosmic things, beautiful in their own right" - Consequence Of Sound

"IV starts strongly with crunching, crashing rock that brings to mind an early-period Tragically Hip covering later-era Black Sabbath" - 13th Floor

"The fourth album from Vancouver hard rock band Black Mountain rolls everything up the band has ever done—the heavy riffs, the prog ambitions, and the pop smarts—into an alternate-universe version of classic-rock history." - Pitchfork





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