After Dark Films recently announced the fourth film in its After Dark Originals 2 series, Children of Sorrow, which we now have four brand new stills from.
The film is said to deliver a petrifying look into a cult psyche, Children of Sorrow is directed by Jourdan McClure (Rogue River, Die Maniacs Die!), written by Ryan Finnerty (Rogue River, Smosh), starring Bill Oberst Jr (Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies, Take this Lollipop) and Hannah Levien (The Palace Players).
“Simon Leach is a very, very sick man. Thriving on despair, pain, and panic, he unites a group of broken and desperate people in the middle of the desert. He showers them with the love and affection they’re so desperate for, but Simon has a much greater plan for his followers.”
“Belongingness can be a terrifying subject, even more so when acceptance is disingenuous. Children of Sorrow is the nightmare version of that,” said McClure.
Ben Wheatley’s A Field in England is the first UK film to be released simultaneously in cinemas, on free TV, DVD and VOD.
Film4, Picturehouse Entertainment, 4DVD, Film4 Channel and the BFI Distribution Fund are partnering on the day-and-date release, which will take place on Friday, July 5.
This morning a brand new TV Spot was released, which can viewed below.
A digital masterclass designed to immerse audiences in the making of the film will also launch around release, developed by Film4.0 in partnership with the filmmakers.
Written by Amy Jump and produced by Claire Jones and Andy Starke at Rook Films, “the film is set during the English Civil War of the mid-17th century and follows a small group of deserters fleeing from a raging battle who become caught up in a hunt for treasure.
While crossing a vast mushroom circle, which provides their first meal, the group quickly descend into a chaos of arguments, fighting and paranoia, and, as it becomes clear that the treasure they seek might be something other than gold, they slowly become victim to the terrifying energies trapped in the field.”
Michael Smiley (Kill List), Peter Ferdinando (Tony), Reece Shearsmith (The League of Gentlemen), Julian Barratt (The Mighty Boosh), Richard Glover (Sightseers) and Ryan Pope (Ideal) star.
Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with Modesto, California metal band Better Left Unsaid to bring you the exclusive uncensored music video premiere for “She Needs Violence”! The video mixes band performance with artistic imagery, heightened sexuality, and jarring violence. Some imagery here may be NSFW, so keep that in mind when watching it. Also, make sure to check out this photo album of behind-the-scenes photos from the shoot.
Also below is an exclusive interview with drummer Brent Terry that goes over the band, their fondness of horror, the concept of the video and more.
The more I listen to the song, the more I really enjoy it. It has elements of Mudvayne back when that band was something unique and exciting. It mixes melody with ferocity and it’s obvious that there is a fantastic amount of communication within the band as the song has great structure and flows evenly from one passage to another.
Better Left Unsaid, which was produced by Adam Ruppel (Systematic), can be purchased from iTunes.
Bloody-Disgusting: Tell me about the new album and how you feel the album represents you at this point in the band’s history?
Brent Terry: The new album marks a point where we feel like we’re coming into our own as a band. We’ve had a lot of lineup changes in the past and this was the first time we set out with a clear direction from the beginning and started from the ground up headed in that direction. We removed any self imposed rules and restrictions we felt like we may have set on ourselves on previous albums and just started writing from scratch. On our previous albums everyone would have little bits of material that we would put together to form a record. This time we started from zero. Everything on this record was written for the record with a certain goal in mind, and I think with the help of our producer, Adam Ruppel, we’ve reached that goal, and it feels like wearing a comfortable pair of shoes for the first time.
BD: Tell us a bit about the video for “She Needs Violence” how it came together. Who came up with the idea to make it into a horror movie?
BT: We all had a concept of the video in our heads or at least we thought we did until Zach Voytas (Producer) caught us all off guard and pitched a completely opposite idea, having the “Woman” of the song be the focal point of the video. The initial phone call was all about the woman being sadistic and controlling causing Murder and Mayhem wherever she went. The treatment Zach and his brother Nick Voytas sent over was well beyond anything we had ever expected. It detailed each scene and really set the stage for this becoming a “mini horror movie” per say.
BD: Are you horror movie fans? What are some of your fave horror flicks? Did any inspire the creation of the video?
BT: Both Rob and I grew up with a distinct taste for classic horror and 80′s slasher flicks. The love obviously did not stop there and we both are huge fans of Wes Craven, Clive Barker, and Stephen King. To list our favorites could take up a great deal of space, but we have whittled it down to a handful… A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, Friday the 13th, Hellraiser, The Exorcist, House of a Thousand Corpses, Dawn of the Dead, Pans Labyrinth, Rosemary’s Baby, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre… The inspiration for the video did not come from one film in particular but tried to represent the genre at a whole to show the darker side of the human mind.
BD: What do you feel Better Left Unsaid brings to the metal scene that is different than everything else that is out there?
BT: Honesty. We don’t try to push an image or a gimmick. We’re totally normal people like other metal bands, but we don’t try to present ourselves as anything we’re not. We love to write and play heavy music, and whatever happens, happens. No agenda other than to write and share what we feel is great music. Musically we try to approach things from fresh perspectives and interesting angles, but we’re not here to reinvent the wheel.
BD: Better Left Unsaid have a lot of darker songs that deal with dark themes and subject matter. What is it about horror as a genre and that darker side of life that inspires you?
BT: The darker side of life is more real than the lighter side. If you want to tell a true story it’s going to be dark and ugly. If you want to tell an optimistic or happy story you usually have to omit a lot of details. Any story that is raw and unfiltered usually leans toward the darker end of the spectrum naturally. As creative and imaginative as the horror genre can sometimes be, it has an honesty too it that other genres lack, because it focuses intensely on the dark ugly aspects that people normally try to avoid. I think it’s important to examine these issues rather than ignore them.
BD: Anything else you want to plug or say to fans?
BT: First and foremost we would like to thank you, BloodyDisgusting.com, for partnering with us and debuting the uncensored version of our music video! We really do appreciate the opportunity and know that our fans are excited to see the uncensored version! In closing all we as is if you like the song, enjoyed the video, read this interview, and still have an interest in BLU, then take a listen to the album. It is available to buy from all major retailers and online and of course from the band as well.
Ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo will be guest appearing on the new Sepultura album, which is tentatively scheduled for an October release via Nuclear Blast Records. The album is being produced by Ross Robinson (Machinehead, Slipknot, Fear Factory).
Guitarist Andreas Kisser comments, “He came and it was so nice, so special, so awesome! He is one of the nicest guys in business and he enjoyed the idea a lot. Ross and Mike prepared two drum sets on the living room, facing each other, no cymbals, just tribal drums! When the mics were all ready and running Eloy and Dave started playing and the magic was on; so great! The part they recorded will be a special part on the middle of one of the songs. It came out crazy!”
The new Sepultura album will be the follow up to 2011′s Kairos.
Looper fans get ready for a new time travel thriller.
Lotus Entertainment has landed the rights to Hernany Perla’s spec, Revelation, for a low to mid six figures, reports Deadline.
It’s a high concept thriller with time travel and murder. Hernany previously sold the feature spec Day One at MGM and his producing credits include Ghost Team One and the upcoming feature Eden.
Circle Of Confusion’s David Alpert and Stephen Emery will produce with Anil Kurian. Lotus Co-Chairmen Jim Seibel and Bill Johnson will executive produce. D.J. Guggenheim brought in the spec and will oversee the project for Lotus.
Deadline writes about the Brad Anderson-directed thriller Eliza Graves is based on a short story by Edgar Allan Poe and begins production next week.
What’s interesting, besides the new cast, is that if it makes it, the Millennium Films project will mark the end of a long road for screenwriter Joseph Gangemi, who penned the script adapting “The System Of Doctor Tarr And Professor Fether” 15 years ago, with three studios taking a crack at it before Millennium acquired U.S. rights at the last American Film Market.
Now David Thewlis (pictured; Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) and Brendan Gleeson (Gangs of New York, The Raven) have joined a cast that already includes Kate Beckinsale, Jim Sturgess, Ben Kingsley and Michael Caine in a thriller “about a young doctor who comes to apprentice at a mental institution and meets a beautiful patient that he falls in love with amidst a set of difficult circumstances, which may be more complicated than they seem.”
Bruce Davey, Mel Gibson (yeah, this is random), Mark Amin and Cami Winikoff are producing. Executive producers are David Higgins, Christa Campbell, Lati Grobman and Mark Gill.
I’ve always summed up Lifeforce for someone who hasn’t seen it simply as “space vampires”. The first time I saw Tobe Hopper’s 1985 film was in Austin, Texas, in 2001. It was August and I was sitting one row in front of Quentin Tarantino at his film fest at the Alamo Drafthouse. It was very late and I had been drinking. Needless to say, the movie fully disturbed me.
The screenplay written by Dan O’Bannon and Don Jakoby, is based off the Colin Wilson novel, The Space Vampires. As ridiculous as that title may sound, it completely explains the story. Take the basis of the novel and add Tobe Hooper’s own touch of having a space mission exploring Halley’s Comet, and Lifeforce is what you get.
The crew of the space shuttle, Churchill, find a craft hidden within Halley’s comet. Inside the craft there are desiccated bat creatures and what appear to be three naked humans housed in glass chambers. The crew of the Churchill take these human like entities and start back towards earth. Of course, nothing goes right. And it ends up that these supposed humans are really aliens – and vampire ones at that. The beauty of Lifeforce lies in that they are by no means vampires in the classic sense. Instead of draining blood elegantly from a victim’s neck, these guys suck the lifeforce from people in an epic, lightning filled sci-fi spectacle until they become shriveled corpses.
Lifeforce, for me, is great because it is simply visually stunning. From the alien craft to the space vampires themselves to their victims, every element within the film is crafted with dedication and love. The alien craft is reminiscent of the Giger style from Alien, yet unique in its own way with the glass chambers. All of it was built out and no green screen was used. This is what is missing from many modern films – most everything in Lifeforce is real. The disintegration of the vampires and victims may look a bit hokey by today’s special effects standards, but the fact that everything was handmade makes it that much more admirable. Even the effects that are all hand drawn on film, frame by frame, make Lifeforce a more authentic movie for me than something made these days by being pushed through a computer.
The blu-ray contains both the theatrical release and a longer, “director approved” cut that includes 15 minutes of additional footage. The transfers are beautiful. The colors are brilliantly present and the effects are stunning. The sets look powerful and the puppets look lifelike the majority of the time. The disc is also full of special features that are all worth watching. Two commentary tracks – one with director Tobe Hopper and one with makeup effects designer Nick Maley (Academy Award winner John Dykstra Academy was the head of the special effects) – are both incredible with bountiful insight. Tobe Hooper, while not sounding overly animated, adds details and depth to what is already a great picture. His understanding of what a great film he made from start to end has not diminished in the 28 years since release.
There are also multiple retrospective features. Mathilda May’s feature, Dangerous Beauty, gives her introduction into film from her previous career as a baller dancer. She comments on Tobe Hooper’s demeanor on set, and how “classy” he was. Very interesting to watch and hear her thoughts. Hooper’s feature, Space Vampires in London, has the director giving the story of how he was introduced to Colin Wilson’s novel and was told to simply make the film. The film actually went into production at the same time the screenplay was being written. There is also a feature, Carlsen’s Curse, with actor Steve Railsback. Railsback apparently became friends with Tobe Hooper on the set of Helter Skelter, noting that Marilyn Burns (Sally Hardesty in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre) was in the film with him. Also, there is a vintage ‘making of’ featurette which shows some of the magic behind the puppetry and sets.
While Lifeforce was not a box office hit, it has grown to be a cult classic. For any fan of the film, the blu-ray is a must have.
Bleeding Cool reports that at the Retailer Roadshow today, DC Comics announced a “Batman And Robin” crossover with “Scooby Doo”. While it may sound ridiculous, it’s awesome and, oddly enough, not the first time this has happened (see below). This will kick off a new “Scooby Doo” comic series that will see members of the Mystery Mobile crossover with a load of other DC characters.
DC has plans to expand their all-ages lineup with books like “Titans Go” and the a new “Batman” comic, DC has plans to make all these titles returnable, in order to encourage shops to order as many as possible. We have no idea when the new book will begin, or who will be involved.
The Frank Miller/Robert Rodriguez-directed Sin City: A Dame to Kill For was set to come out on October 4th, but will have to settle for August, 22nd 2014 instead. No reason has yet been given for the delay.
Mickey Rourke, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Juno Temple, Jaime King, Rosario Dawson, Michael Madsen, Jessica Alba, Jamie Chung, Dennis Haysbert, Crystal McCahill, Christopher Meloni, Josh Brolin, Jeremy Piven, Ray Liotta, Julia Garner, Eva Green and Stacy Keach all star in the film.
The sequel is about Dwight McCarthy planing to have his vengeance against the woman who betrayed him, Ava Lord, while Nancy is trying to cope with Hartigan’s death. If this synopsis is still accurate I’m assuming he’ll be seen in flashback.
Fox and Ridley Scott are getting closer to returning to space as Jack Paglen (Transcendence) is in talks to write the follow-up to last year’s sci-fi blockbuster, Prometheus, Variety reports.
Scott will produce again through his Scott Free banner though it’s unknown at this time if he will direct. Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender are also expected to return.
Plot details are still be worked out but Scott has said in interviews that while the first Prometheus had several elements linking it to the Alien franchise, this latest installment will feel more like its own film.
Despite not having a greenlight, the sci-fi movie’s new screenwriter is a good sign for a project Fox has been wary of committing to even though the last installment, written by Jon Spaihts and Damon Lindelof, made more than $400 million worldwide.
For Paglen, the film marks his second high-profile project following Wally Pfister and Johnny Depp’s sci-fi thriller Transcendence, which opens next April.
From producer Eli Roth (The Last Exorcism, Hostel series) and the producers of Dawn of the Dead comes the supernatural thriller The Last Exorcism Part II, available tomorrow, Tuesday, June 18 on unrated Blu-ray and DVD with UltraViolet from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Check out this exclusive new featurette where the cast and crew talk about Nell’s return…
In this sequel to 2010’s horror hit The Last Exorcism, the evil force that once possessed a young woman is back to prove that “the last exorcism” was only the beginning. Ashley Bell returns as Nell, the role that earned her an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and an MTV Movie Award nomination in the original film. This shiver-inducing follow up finds her back in the relative safety of civilization, living in the city of New Orleans.
Just as she begins the difficult process of starting a new life, the evil force that once possessed her is back with other, unimaginably horrific plans. Co-starring in the film is Spencer Treat Clark (The Last House on the Left), Andrew Sensenig (I Love You, Philip Morris), Judd Lormand (The Hunger Games), Muse Watson (I Know What You Did Last Summer 1&2) and Julia Garner (The Perks of Being a Wallflower).
The unrated Blu-ray and DVD features unseen footage too frightening for theatres, a commentary track with director Ed Gass-Donnelly and producer Eli Roth, and three featurettes, including Hair Salon Scare – The Last Exorcism Part II goes Viral, Nell’s Story and Shooting in New Orleans.
The Last Exorcism Part II was directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly (Small Town Murder Songs), and written by Gass-Donnelly and Damien Chazelle (Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench).
“Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) is back in the relative safety of civilization and sent to live in a group home where she’s encouraged to leave her past behind and start a new life. Just as Nell settles in, she is tormented by the seductive demonic presence that once possessed her. She realizes that the evil force is back with unimaginably horrific plans which could only mean that her last exorcism was just the beginning.”
Commentary featuring Directors Ed Gass-Donnelly and Eli Roth
- Hair Salon Scare – The Last Exorcism Part II goes Viral – Unsuspecting customers at a beauty salon are given a frightening surprise when a haunting image of a Nell look alike stares back at them from their mirror.
- Nell’s Story — Ashley Bell gives fans a glimpse at what they can expect in the continuation of the story started in The Last Exorcism.
- Shooting in New Orleans — Producer Eli Roth and Ashley Bell discuss why shooting the film in New Orleans was the perfect backdrop for the movie. According to Roth, “There is something very haunting about the place. As much as it is beautiful, it is also very scary… the culture of voodoo is alive and well there.”
Jean-Claude Van Damme vs. extraterrestrials? Yes, please!
Phase 4 Films shared with us a handful of official stills, as well as the poster for Alien Uprising, which stars Jean-Claude Van Damme, Bianca Bree (Van Damme’s daughter), Sean Brosnan, and Simon Phillips.
Directed by Dominic Burns, “A group of friends awake one morning to find all electricity and power shut off, and an immense alien aircraft hovering in the air above their heads. Suddenly this regular group of friends is battling to survive, as the entire human race is threatened by the alien army hovering ominously above.”
Originally titled UFO, Alien Uprising opens in select theaters & on VOD Friday, June 21.
Peter Strickland’s Berberian Sound Studio, starring Toby Jones and Tonia Sotiropoulou, is now available on various VOD Platforms. To keep the hype train rolling, IFC released this creative new artistic poster for the thriller, which we’ve placed alongside our exclusive clip.
Acquired out of the fests by IFC Films, the pic is “Set in 1976: Gilderoy is hired to orchestrate the sound mix for the latest film by Italian horror maestro, Santini. As time and realities shift, Gilderoy is lost in a spiral of sonic and personal mayhem, and has to confront his own demons in order to stay afloat.”
Here’s my extremely negative review out of last September’s Toronto International Film Festival.
There are many ways that one can listen to an album. You can put it on and start skipping through tracks, beginning with the track that made you buy the album in the first place. You can put it on and then go about doing other things, using the music as background noise. Or you can put on the album, sit back, and truly listen to it, appreciating the time and effort that the musicians put into it, hearing the subtle little flairs that take it to a new level. Of course there are other ways, but these are the ones that stick out in my mind.
When I got ahold of Wisdom of Crowds, the collaboration album from Bruce Soord with Jonas Renske, I knew it was an album that would require plenty of concentration and attention. After all, the former is from UK prog rock band The Pineapple Thief and the latter is the singer of Katatonia, one of my favorite bands. It meant that when I hit ‘Play’, I needed to give this album my all and truly focus. But was it worth that effort? Find out below.
Haunting reverbed guitars open the album on “Pleasure” while sinister low-end rumbles, growling like some agitated creature about to unleash itself. Renske’s vocals are played with, echoed and harmonized during call-and-response sequences. Suddenly pure piano chords ring out over the staccato drums, bringing a sense of heavenly light into this mix only to be pushed aside by overdriven guitars. An almost Spanish finger picked arpeggiated guitar run brings about the ending. Tracks like this are the stuff of engineers and studio mad wizards dreams.
“Wisdom Of Crowds” has an almost Portishead feel about it, playing gently with trip-hop elements and blues-infused guitar solos. “Frozen North”, which has been out for a while now, is still as fascinating and entertaining as it was before. The full version adds elements of slight rawness, giving this album an organic, human feel.
“The Light” opens ominously, pulsating low-end rumbling in the distance. The song ultimately transforms into something rather fascinating, as it becomes a track that, with a bit of remixing, could end up being a huge dance club hit. There is an almost dubstep attitude to this song yet it doesn’t fall to the go-to “Transformers having sex” sounds that are so popular these days.
The “dance club” feel continues with “Pretend”, which, while mixing touches of metal, doesn’t hit industrial. It almost feels as though it is the next step in the evolution of the genre. “Stacked Naked” feels like something out of the 80’s, one of those sweet, romantic songs that would be used in a John Hughes film.
It’s obvious that Bruce Soord had a grand design in place with Wisdom Of Crowds as the ideas run aplenty. The album has tracks that will satisfy listeners of many different genres while still opening doors to new music that they might not have dared enter before. Still, the issue here is that there is a sense that this album is a bit scattered and, while having a consistent tone, the shifts in musical styles might turn some off.
The Final Word: Not without its flaws, Wisdom Of Crowds is still a gorgeous, engaging album that satisfied many of my wants and needs. Should the collaboration of Bruce Soord with Jonas Renske continue, I will be very excited to see what comes next.
L.A.-based Outsider Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Oriol Paulo’s B.O. hit The Body (El Cuerpo), the latest film from “The Orphanage” producer Rodar y Rodar, sold by DeAPlaneta Intl., says Variety.
“Set at a morgue and shot in a chic but brooding noir style, The Body delivers several twists to trad whodunits formulae. Just one: the murder victim’s body disappears from the morgue, suggesting she may still be alive.”
Outsider’s acquisition includes a theatrical and VOD release on The Body, one of the 17 films made available to the international press attending this week’s Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings via the Egeda/Filmotech.com Veospain VOD portal.
Padro described the film as a “Hitchcock-style psychological thriller” that channels influences such as Rob Reiner’s Misery and Hitchcock’s The Birds.
Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive first look at Marcel Walz’s Seed 2: The New Breed, but we learned the film will star Caroline Williams (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Hatchet III), Christa Campbell (Drove Angry, Wicker Man, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams), Nick Prinzipè (Laid to Rest), Jared Demetri Luciano, Manoush, Natalie Scheetz, Annika Strauss and Sarah Hayden.
In Uwe Boll’s mean-spirited first film from 2007, “After a seemingly undead man is bound and buried alive, he digs himself back to the surface and seeks bloody vengeance on those who caused him his suffering.”
The filmnis currently in production for a 2014 release.
One of the best attributes Paramount and Marc Forster’s World War Z has going for it is its ability to do a lot of things we’ve seen before in a zombie film, without the moment playing out like an obscene cliche. Take this new extended clip fro example, which plays out like the finale of a George A. Romero zombie film. Instead, this happens in the opening act. Here’s my early review for more of an explanation…
The zombie epic starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge Dale, Matthew Fox, and David Morse is finally in theaters JUne 21, even though it already feels like it’s been out for weeks. No?
“The story revolves around United Nations employee Gerry Lane (Pitt), who traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatening to decimate humanity itself. Enos plays Gerry’s wife Karen Lane; Kertesz is his comrade in arms, Segen.“
I guess I’m actually a tad excited to see David Twohy and Vin Diesel reunite for Riddick, the third film in the Pitch Black franchise that actually looks pretty dope. Saturday morning Universal sent us their San Diego Comic-Con poster for the film, while a new extended international trailer has also made its way online.
In theaters September 6, “Diesel reprises his role as the antihero Riddick, a dangerous, escaped convict wanted by every bounty hunter in the known galaxy. The infamous Riddick has been left for dead on a sun-scorched planet that appears to be lifeless. Soon, however, he finds himself fighting for survival against alien predators more lethal than any human he’s encountered. The only way off is for Riddick to activate an emergency beacon and alert mercenaries who rapidly descend to the planet in search of their bounty. The first ship to arrive carries a new breed of merc, more lethal and violent, while the second is captained by a man whose pursuit of Riddick is more personal. With time running out and a storm on the horizon that no one could survive, his hunters won’t leave the planet without Riddick’s head as their trophy.“
Magnet Releasing has filed a 2-minute long clip from Sebastian Cordero’s sci-fi horror flick Europa Report, which stars District 9‘s Sharlto Copley alongside Michael Nyqvist, Daniel Wu, Anamaria Marinca, Christian Camargo, and Karolina Wydra. The footage takes us to space with a whole lotta talking. Honestly. it’s kind of boring. Hopefully, the movie picks up the pace a bit…
Penned by Philip Gelatt, the film tells of “a group of astronauts, handpicked from around the world, who make the arduous journey to Jupiter’s frigid, glacial moon Europa in search of extraterrestrial life. The only thing more intimidating and unpredictable than the trip itself is what the team will encounter upon arrival…”
The film opens June 27th on VOD and in theaters Aug 2nd from Magnet Releasing.
Italian prog rockers Goblin will be heading to Australia for two concerts where they will be performing classics from their horror scores of Suspiria, Dawn Of The Dead, Deep Red, and Roller. The group will be playing in Melbourne and, for the first time, Sydney. Tickets are now available here. Below are the tour dates as well as a stunning poster for the concert series (seriously, this is something that I would gladly hang up on my wall).
Goblin will also be live performing the soundtrack to Suspiria at this year’s Housecore Horror Film Fesival in Austin, TX. They are scheduled to perform Sunday, October 27th and will close out the festival.
Goblin live with special guest Miles Brown (The Night Terrors):
SUNDAY 14th JULY Billboard The Venue, Melbourne
TUESDAY 16th JULY The Metro, Sydney