ANTISKEPTIC make their triumphant return to the live stage following the release of their long-awaited new album ‘INSTINCTS’ (Out this Friday!)
Armed with a swag of killer new songs, audiences can expect an explosive and jam-packed night of classics as well as all the new favourites – played live for the very first time!
Joining ANTISKEPTIC on the upcoming dates is fellow Melbourne alt-rock legends and Very Special Guests Horsell Common who are reuniting for their first tour in over a decade!
In a special collaboration between both bands, today sees the release of the new ANTISKEPTIC single ‘Not A Breath Is Wasted’ featuring guest vocals from HORSELL COMMON frontman Mark Stewart. Written in tribute to lead singer Andrew Kitchen’s best friend who sadly lost his battle with cancer last year, the song is a powerful and jubilant track about living life to the absolute fullest (Out now on all streaming services).
Rounding out the shows we are pleased to announce that Tim Morrison & Stacey Gray from legendary Melbourne band Trial Kennedy will be opening the Melbourne show with an acoustic set of Trial Kennedy hits and Carl Jackson from Australia’s favourite pop punker’s Wishful Thinking will do the same in both Adelaide and Sydney.
‘Instincts’ is the bands highly anticipated 4th full length studio album and the bands first new album in 10 years. Due for release on 16th February 2024, orders for a Premium Gatefold Vinyl edition with full colour booklet and strictly limited colour variants are available exclusively through the Anti Vinyl Vinyl Club webstore.
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Last Updated: 15th September, 2023
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