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Evergreen Terrace Auckland Headline Show Announced

Evergreen Terrace Auckland Headline Show Announced

C.C. / Friday 9th September, 2022 4:01PM

Jacksonville, Florida melodic hardcore heavy hitters Evergreen Terrace are squeezing a one night only Aotearoa headline date into their jam-packed trip down under, treating local fans to their thunderous anthems at Tāmaki Makaurau's Neck Of The Woods on 24th November. Formed back in 1999 with six blisteringly furious albums under their collective belt so far, including 2007's Wolfbiker and 2009's Almost Home, Evergreen Terrace (named after the Simpsons street) will be joined at the pulse-pounding NZ event by Grafton's rising force XILE and Hamilton hardcore titans Drop off Point. We advise snagging tickets immediately when they go on sale this Saturday, before it's too late...

Evergreen Terrace
with XILE and Drop off Point
Thursday 24th November - Neck of the Woods, Auckland

Tickets available from noon, Saturday 10th September HERE via UTR

Watch the video for 'Chaney Can't Quite Riff Like Helmet's Page Hamilton' from Evergreen Terrace's 2008 album Wolfbiker...

Check out wild live footage of Evergreen Terrace playing 'No Donnie , These Men Are Nihilist' at Furnace Fest 2021...

Press release:

Hailing from Jacksonville, FL, Evergreen Terrace has been blazing their own path through the melodic hardcore style for over a decade now.

Anchored by guitar player/vocalist Craig Chaney’s clean singing and catchy hooks, punctuated by lead singer Andrew Carey’s vicious screamed vocals, the five-piece band never depended on anyone but themselves to push their band forward. Rounding out the lineup alongside Andrew and Craig is Longineu Parsons III, (guitar/vocals) who happened to jump on board the line up prior to their just completed European tour, Jason Southwell on Bass and Alex Varian battering the skins.

With their blistering combination of hardcore, metal and melody driven punk rock, Evergreen Terrace has toured the world with bands extensively with acts such as: As I Lay Dying, August Burns Red, Hatebreed, Rise Against, Thursday, Every Time I Die, Strung Out, Agnostic Front and performed at festivals including. Sounds of the Underground, Vans Warped Tour and Soundwave Festival.

Getting the crowd ready for the headliners are NZHC's most promising act at this moment, Grafton's Beatdown Kingpins XILE. Off the back of an album launch that is selling out as quickly as I write this and featuring the likes of Antagonist A.D's Luke Manson, Death Metal drummer James Horton, Simon Bonner, Dylan Cameron AND Lee Waddingham, this group is a force to be reckoned with and are only getting bigger with Asian and multiple Australian tours under their belts the sky is the limit. Oh and they're merch is dope af!

Kicking off the evening's hurricane are Bridge Cities own Drop off Point, gracing us Aucklanders with they're own brand of old school Hardcore brutality. These guys and the NZPP crew represent Hamilton's ongoing support and importance to the NZHC scene, reminding us that Bridge City is always going to be a relevant and have leading array of HC Alumni helping to keep the scene fresh.

The energy at this show is gonna be electric, summer will be here, so shake off the winter's blues and come get some physical therapy in a mosh pit guaranteed to be going off the whole night but truly devastating once Evergreen Terrace take the stage.

Accessible to anyone with disabilities. This is a safe show for everyone! Anyone pulling dodgy dates, taking advantage in the pit or elsewhere of other people, being aggressive, violent or disrespectful to men, women or staff will be removed with no refund.


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Evergreen Terrace (usa)
Thu 24th Nov 8:00pm
Neck of the Woods, Auckland