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‘HEADCASE’ FEAT. JACK BERGIN OF VOID OF VISION
– HEADLINE TOUR BEGINS THIS WEEK –
Something heavy this way comes, with Adelaide’s 23/19 about to drop their new single ‘Headcase’ featuring Jack Bergin from Void Of Vision delivering a massive vocal performance on the track. Vocalist Nathan Stuckey said that “This song (Headcase) is about a toxic housemate and how living and dealing with someone you don’t get along with can ruin a household.” It’s out this Friday November 16 and available to pre-order now.
‘Headcase’ completes the twin set of singles that comprise their release ‘Two More Reasons to Hate Us’. It will be available this Friday November 16. The release date is not a coincidence – their ‘Two More Reasons to Hate’ tour alongside fellow Adelaide-ians, Mauvais kicks off the same day that the dual-single package drops online everywhere. “We can’t wait to get back on the road and sink bevs and punch darts in a some places we’ve never played before”.
That tour sees them kicking off in their hometown Adelaide at Enigma Bar, then heading to Ballarat at Karova Lounge, Melbourne at Bendigo Hotel, Sydney All Ages at Chatswood Youth, Central Coast AA at ECP Studios and then finishing up at Brisbane’s home of heavy, Crowbar.
First single from the 2-part release, “Thousand Eyes (Restrict)” copped some love from all over – grabbing play on triple j’s The Racket and Rotation play on The Faction, as well as praise from Wall of Sound – “Aussie heavy music just keeps getting better and better, with 23/19‘s brutal new single ‘Thousand Eyes (Restrict)‘ being so exceptionally gooood.” and triple j Home and Hosedpresenter Declan Byrne giving it 4 stars on triple j unearthed, saying “This is an out of control fire wreaking havoc and carnage upon anything in its way.”
This is a band who have seriously cut their teeth smashing out shows alongside some of the best hardcore in Australia and the world, including internationals Stray from The Path & Counterpartsand The Acacia Strain & Kublai Khan and The Plot in You, as well as Australian acts such as Polaris, Make Them Suffer, Pridelands, Windwaker, Iconoclast, Gravemind, I, Valiance, Dregg, Alpha Wolf, A Night in Texas and more.
23/19’s “Two More Reasons to Hate Us” sees its release this Friday November 16 on all good online outlets and tickets for their November “Two More Reasons To Hate” tour are on sale now, with information at facebook.com/2319music.