Falluja will be touring with Killswitch Engage next year. Photo Contributed
Falluja will be touring with Killswitch Engage next year. Photo Contributed Contributed

Fallujah announce headline show

Melding brutality and brains into an unstoppable sonic force, San Francisco's FALLUJAH (Nuclear Blast Entertainment) will be making their highly anticipated live debut on Australian shores with Killswitch Engage and now they have announced a headline show on Monday March 6 at The Workers Club Melbourne.

Dreamless, FALLUJAH'S latest full length, represents a band at the peak of their songwriting ability breathing new life into the metal world.

According to Hoffman, songs like 'The Void Alone', 'Face Of Death', and 'Lacuna' feature less musical arithmetic and more groove, a trait that's underscored throughout Dreamless.

Instead of the rapidity and claustrophobic atmosphere of The Flesh Prevails, Fallujah's new music is clearer, stronger, yet still rife with emotion and ambiance.

Prepare for relentless energy, effortless defiance, crushing riffs and a live show that will leave you wanting more.

Headline Show: March 6 - Melbourne - Workers Club

TICKETS ON SALE: Thursday 28th July 9am

Killswitch Engage / Fallujah 2017 Tour Dates

WEDNESDAY MARCH 1ST - POWER STATION, AUCKLAND (18+)

FRIDAY MARCH 3RD - ENMORE THEATRE, SYDNEY (LIC/AA)

SATURDAY MARCH 4TH - EATONS HILL, BRISBANE (LIC/AA)

TUESDAY MARCH 7TH - 170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE (18+)

WEDNESDAY MARCH 8TH - METRO CITY, PERTH (18+)



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