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Wolves In The Throne Room New Zealand Shows Announced

Wolves In The Throne Room New Zealand Shows Announced

C.C. / Tuesday 27th August, 2019 11:00AM

US black metal innovators Wolves In The Throne Room are at long last journeying to Aotearoa this summer, bringing their majestic sonic onslaught to Wellington's Valhalla and Auckland's Whammy Bar in December. Formed by brothers Aaron and Nathan Weaver in Olympia, Washington back in 2003, Wolves In The Throne Room have mainlined the "energies of the Pacific Northwest's landscape" across six studio albums including their otherworldly latest long-player Thrice Woven (2017) – with a significant chunk of their back catalogue released via Southern Lord, founded by Greg Anderson of doom-drone titans Sunn O))). Experience the mythic grandeur of the trailblazing trio tearing it up at the dates below...

Wolves In The Throne Room

Wednesday 4th December - Valhalla, Wellington
Thursday 5th December - Whammy Bar, Auckland

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Experience the intensity of 'Born From The Serpent's Eye' from Wolves In The Throne Room's latest album Thrice Woven...

Press release:

WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM re-imagine black metal as an ode to rain storms, wood smoke and the wild energies of the Pacific Northwest. Their first studio album, Diadem of 12 Stars (2006) was a genre dissolving classic that created a melancholy and psychedelic Cascadian atmosphere.

Since that time, WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM have become one of the most potent and highly regarded bands in extreme music. The listener encounters crystalline metal riffs and ritualistic laments that sing of endless rain falling upon ancient cedars. Their music is a doorway into a mythic ethereal heathen landscape entered through music, magic and dreams.

Now with their latest offering in THRICE WOVEN, a portal into the dreamworld of Wolves in the Throne Room opens again with a glorious return to the blazing and furious Black Metal that they alone can create!


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