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Sacred Reich + Vio-Lence New Zealand Shows Announced

Sacred Reich + Vio-Lence New Zealand Shows Announced

C.C. / Thursday 1st August, 2019 11:00AM

Prepare to have your mind pummelled into oblivion, as US thrash metal overlords Sacred Reich and Vio-Lence will be unleashing a relentless barrage of devastating riffage directly into your earholes in Auckland and Wellington this coming March July! Led by Phil Rind and exploding out of Phoenix, Arizona in the mid-eighties, Sacred Reich's hugely influential, frenetic and socially conscious sonic outpourings delivered four studio albums during their first tour of duty as an active unit – they split in 2000, reunited in 2006, and this year unveiled their first long player in more than two decades Awakening. Forged in the furnace of the mid-80s Bay Area thrash metal scene, Vio-Lence have returned to stages to renew their furious live assault following 15 years downtime – their output encompasses a trio of ear-bleeding studio albums: Eternal Nightmare (1988), Oppressing the Masses (1990) and Nothing to Gain (1993). Both bands will be joined by local heroes Bulletbelt for two nights of fist-pumping insanity, grip the details here...


UPDATE 19/02/2020: Sacred Reich and Vio-lence are rescheduling their upcoming New Zealand events to July, here's the updated details... 


Sacred Reich + Vio-Lence w/ Bulletbelt

Tuesday 3rd March - Valhalla, Wellington
Wednesday 4th March - Whammy, Auckland

Tuesday July 14th, Valhalla, Wellington
Wednesday July 15th, Whammy, Auckland

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Watch the vintage clip for the title track to Sacred Reich's 1990 album The American Way...


Experience Vio-Lence's 'Serial Killer' from their 1988 classic Eternal Nightmare...

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Links
facebook.com/sacredreichofficial/
facebook.com/Bulletbelt/

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Wed 14th Jul
Valhalla, Wellington
Thu 15th Jul
Whammy Bar, Auckland







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