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Death Metal Supergroup Sinsaenum Announce New Zealand Shows

Death Metal Supergroup Sinsaenum Announce New Zealand Shows

Tuesday 7th August, 2018 10:06AM

International metal-meeting-of-minds Sinsaenum has announced it will be bringing it’s tom-battering, fretboard-melting aural assault to Aotearoa in November. The supergroup features the drumming talents of notorious ex-Slipknot skin-basher Joey Jordison as well as the bass shredding of Frederic Leclercq of London-based power metal outfit Dragonforce. The hard-hitting crew will be touring their forthcoming second full-length Repulsion Of Humanity, which is out this coming Friday. They'll be joined for both dates by Wellington metal maniacs Bulletbelt, here are the details...

Sinsaenum w/ Bulletbelt

Sunday 11th November - Whammy Bar, Auckland
Tuesday 13th November - Valhalla, Wellington

You can get tickets HERE via UTR with VIP meet and greet options available.

Check out the brand-spanking-new clip for ‘Nuit Noire’...

Here’s the video for ‘Final Resolve’ from Repulsion For Humanity…

Press release:

SINSAENUM are the metal supergroup featuring; JOEY JORDISON, formerly of SLIPKNOT and Frédéric Leclercq, virtuoso bassplayer of London-based Power Metallers DRAGONFORCE. The band also includes Sean Z (Chimaira), Heimoth (Seth) and Stephane Buriez (Loudblast).

They will be bringing their brand of fierce and genre stretching death metal for the first time to New Zealand in November 2018.

Their second full length album Repulsion Of Humanity is set to be released 10 August 2018 on EarMusic.

Joining them as main support on both shows are New Zealands own heavy thrashing metallers, BULLETBELT. Having just released their new single, and accompanying video, for Faster Than Death. Bulletbelt will have just returned from their own tour of Japan in October 2018 to join Sinsaenum on these run of shows.


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