Current Tours, Live, Music News, Tours - Australian — March 7, 2014 at 9:30 am

HELLIONS announce ‘We Are The Wild Ones’ tour with guests Trophy Eyes & new video

Since their first show in June 2013, Hellions have wasted little time in establishing themselves as one of the country’s freshest sounding, heavy acts. Drawing comparison to artists as diverse as Stray From The Path, Defeater, Rage Against The Machine and A Day To Remember, the Sydney-based collective made an instant splash with the release of their first single, “Infamita,”which featured the vocal talents of Northlane’s Adrian Fitipaldes, while quickly racking up tour supports with Emmure, Deez Nuts and Attila. September 2013 saw the five-piece unleash their debut, Die Young. Its blend of aggressive, hardcore-influenced guitar work, punk rock melodicism, frenzied percussion and the unique delivery of frontman, Dre Faivre, all combining to form a sound and style that the band can proudly call their own.

With Die Young landing at #49 on the ARIA charts (and #10 for Australian releases), Hellions went on to headline a series of successful album launches before warming the stage for Buffalo bruisers, Every Time I Die. 2013 was rounded out with an expansive national trek with Dream On Dreamer, A Skylit Drive and No Bragging Rights, before joining Parkway Drive, Millencolin, The Used and The Amity Affliction (amongst others) on the Sydney leg of the Vans Warped Tour. Hellions also took out the “Best Newcomer” title in the fan-voted, Blunt Readers Poll.

2014 has already gotten off to a busy start, as the tireless group spent a month performing throughout Australia’s often-­forgotten regional centres on the Skydancer tour, alongside label mates In Hearts Wake and Hand Of Mercy. Captured in the heat of the Australian summer, the video for ’22’ – and the ‘We Are The Wild Ones’ tour dates – will bring the Die Young cycle to a close, before Hellions go into lockdown to record their heavily anticipated follow up, which will see a release through UNFD before the year’s end.

Watch the video for ’22’ HERE.

Joining Hellions across all dates will be highly touted punk troupe, Trophy Eyes. Since forming in early 2013, these Novocastrians have quickly left their mark on an unsuspecting public, with their Everything Goes Away release instantly connecting with kids across the country. Powered by vocalist John Floreani’s deeply personal lyrics, the young outfit have created enough of an impression to land the national support slot with UK pop-punks Neck Deep, as well as opening the Sydney leg of the recently concluded Soundwave Festival, with their debut full-length set for a release in the latter part of 2014.

Blunt Magazine, and Unified present

with guests TROPHY EYES

Thursday May 1st – Crowbar, Brisbane (18+) Entry at 8pm Tickets on the door only
Friday May 2nd – South Toowoomba Bowls Club, Toowoomba (AA) Entry at 6pm Tickets on the door only
Saturday May 3rd – Youth Arts Centre, Gosford (AA) Entry at 6pm – Tickets on the door only
Sunday May 4th – Masonic Hall, Blacktown (AA) Entry at 3pm – Tickets on the door only
Wednesday May 7th – The Cambridge, Newcastle (18+) Entry at 7pm – Free Entry
Thursday May 8th – The Basement, Canberra (18+) Entry at 8pm – Tickets on the door only
Friday May 9th – The Reverence, Melbourne (18+) Entry at 8pm – Tickets on the door only
Saturday May 10th – Wrangler Studios, Footscray (AA) Entry at 1pm – Tickets on the door only
Sunday May 11th – Fowlers Live, Adelaide (Lic AA) Entry at 6pm – Tickets available from and

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