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Cathedral, Paradise Lost And Turisas Book Soundwave Sideshows

by Andrew Tijs on January 20, 2012

in Live,News

Doom legends Cathedral bring Paradise Lost and Turisas along for their last ever headline shows.



British doom metal pioneers Cathedral have spent 20 years shaping their spooky signature sound, and these two shows will be their final headlining shows ever, as they close the curtain on their career.

They are bringing along equally-groundbreaking UK act Paradise Lost, who helped develop gothic metal in the early ‘90s.

And they’ll also be joined by Finland’s battle-metal warriors Turisas. Prepare to witness metal history.

Tickets go on sale at 9am next Friday 27 January from OzTix.

Cathedral/ Paradise Lost/ Turisas Sideshows 2012
Wednesday 29 February – The Factory, Sydney
Thursday 1 March – The Espy, Melbourne

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