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Primitive Man and Heresiarch New Zealand Tour Announced

Primitive Man and Heresiarch New Zealand Tour Announced

Monday 5th November, 2018 12:00PM

Denver's Primitive Man are ready to bring their signature brand of misanthropic metal brutality crashing down upon the eardrums of local punters in early 2019, with shows lined up across Aotearoa alongside Wellington war metal crew Heresiarch. The subterranean death / noise / doom US trio was originally formed by Ethan Lee McCarthy and Jonathan Campos (both of Vermin Womb, Withered, Clinging To The Trees of A Forest Fire, Death of Self and Reproacher) in 2012 and later joined by drummer Joe Linden, they'll be assaulting listeners with blackened sonics from their mercilessly claustrophobic back catalogue including latest album Caustic. Prepare for both groups to pummel your mind into oblivion this coming April - here are the details...

UPDATE 19/03/19: Heresiarch are no longer supporting Primitive Man on their upcoming tour of Aotearoa...

Primitive Man

Wednesday 24th April - The Crown Hotel, Dunedin
Thursday 25th April - darkroom, Christchurch
Friday 26th April - Valhalla, Wellington
Saturday 27th April - The Thirsty Dog, Auckland
Sunday 28th April - Nivara Lounge, Hamilton (cancelled)

Tickets available HERE via UTR 

Experience an intense video for Primitive Man's 'Victim' from 2017's Caustic...

Press release:

Denver’s PRIMITIVE MAN’s music matches its name: a savage, sparse mix of Death Metal, Blackened Noise, and Doom. The three-piece was formed in February of 2012 by Ethan Lee McCarthy and Jonathan Campos (all current and former members of Vermin Womb, Withered, Clinging To The Trees of A Forest Fire, Death of Self and Reproacher).

Since their formation, PRIMITIVE MAN has propagated themselves throughout the underground with extensive tours throughout the USA and Europe as well as releasing 2 albums, 3 demos and 7 splits. The addition of drummer Joe Linden sparked a black flame in PRIMITIVE MAN, moulding the band’s second full-length offering of soul-crushing blackened doom and noise-ridden claustrophobia entitled Caustic. 12 songs and 75+ minutes of bloodcurdling howls, abysmal tones and dense, unsettling feedback spewing forth a cesspool of utter misery.

PRIMITIVE MAN Is now set to suffocate New Zealand under the black pall of their misanthropic, oppressive dirges.


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Thu 25th Apr
darkroom, Christchurch
Fri 26th Apr
Valhalla, Wellington
Sat 27th Apr
The Thirsty Dog, Auckland

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