Catch them before they head overseas for one night at The Paisley Stage!
Black Smoke Trigger continues to ride the high of their dynamic rock, anchored by the distinctive guitar work of Wallace and the commanding vocals of Baldrick combined with their pummeling rhythm section courtesy of bassist Dan Fulton and drummer Josh Te Maro. Fast becoming known for not only churning out certified 10/10, arena-ready rock bangers, Black Smoke Trigger is also quickly garnering a reputation for creating jaw-dropping and often death-defying music videos.
The latest single ‘Perfect Torture’ follows the release of ‘The Way Down’, the video for which saw the band perform atop the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere whilst Wallace jumped off the edge, shredding a guitar solo whilst plummeting 630ft down, and to date has clocked up over 1 million views on YouTube.
In exciting live news for the band, Black Smoke Trigger has secured two incredible international tour supports for 2024. Firstly opening for Filter on the Australia and New Zealand legs of their Algorithm World Tour this April, performing at Auckland’s Powerstation 3rd April followed by five Australian dates.
And just announced, Black Smoke Trigger will be touring the UK and Europe this May supporting Bruce Dickinson, performing shows in England, Scotland, Wales, France, and Holland. For full dates and tickets head to www.blacksmoketrigger.com.
Support will come from Wellington rockers Curlys Jewels who will be bringing their powerfully emotive riff-laden melodic hard rock, hot on the release of their new album.
VIP tickets will be available, included in this exclusive package are the following items.
- VIP early entrance
- Exclusive album preview of the new album 'Horizons'
- Exclusive preview of the unreleased music videos
- Meet n Greet with Black Smoke Trigger
- Photo opportunity with Black Smoke Trigger
- Early access to the Merch
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