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Satyricon Postpone Australian Tour Until September

by Noise11.com on March 8, 2018

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Norwegian metal band Satyricon have put their Australian dates in April off until September 2018.

Satyr states “We had on and off-stage personnel dropping out on us at the last minute for this tour. We would have had to really compromise on the quality of our shows, which is something that we wouldn’t want to do when we go to Australia and Japan. It’s better for us to postpone and come back and do this properly. “

With the tour now in September, the revised dates are:

AUSTRALIA
Tuesday, September 4: Capitol, Perth
Thursday, September 6: Max Watts, Melbourne
Friday, September 7: Metro Theatre, Sydney
Saturday. September 8: Transit Bar, Canberra
Sunday, September 9: The Triffid, Brisbane

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