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Nebula New Zealand Shows Announced

Nebula New Zealand Shows Announced

C.C. / Friday 4th October, 2019 11:00AM

California stoner rock veterans Nebula will be blazing it up in Aotearoa in early 2020, bringing their room-shaking cosmic riff action to Auckland and Wellington for two headline events. Fronted by Eddie Glass (ex-Fu Manchu), the trio have unleashed six studio albums since their genesis back in 1997, including this year's first long player in ten years Holy Shit. Regularly seen sharing stages with such burly down-tuned guitar wranglers as Brant Bjork, Sasquatch, Weedeater and Fatso Jetson, Nebula were last in Australasia two decades ago for a sold out run of shows – don't even think of missing them this coming March...

Update 20/12/19: Nebula's Aotearoa shows have been pushed back by a month, here's the updated info...


Wednesday 29th April - Whammy Bar, Auckland
Thursday 30th April - Valhalla, Auckland

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Wrap your ears around Nebula's cranking title track to their 1999 album To The Center...

Check out 'Messiah' from this year's Holy Shit...

Press release:

Legendary Californian Stoner Rock trio NEBULA are coming back to Australia and New Zealand in support of their new album “HOLY SHIT”!

Their last Australian tour, 20 years ago in 2000, saw sold out shows right across the country, with the need to upgrade to bigger venues in Sydney and Melbourne.

Featuring Rock n Roll stalwart Eddie Glass (Ex-Fu Manchu), NEBULA have released 5 albums and 5 EPs (including one EP with Sweden’s Lowrider) since their inception in 1997.

For the past few years, these “Rock n Roll Maniacs” have been punishing stages across the USA and Europe, alongside bands such as Sasquatch, Weedeater, Brant Bjork and Fatso Jetson. They have also hit some of the most world’s most renowned music festivals in the past 12 months, including Freak Valley Festival, Desertfest (London and Berlin) and Stoned & Dusted.

With rave reviews of this latest offering, released through Heavy Psych Sounds, the return of these Californian riff hounds was clearly in demand. The genre bending songs that make up this outstanding stoner rock/metal masterpiece is a testament to their maturity and carefully crafted riffery, which has seen them reach a new level; not only for NEBULA themselves, but for the whole stoner rock community.


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Wed 17th Mar
Whammy Bar, Auckland
Thu 18th Mar
Valhalla, Wellington