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Coridian & Pull Down the Sun - Endless Mountains Tour

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Coridian & Pull Down the Sun - Endless Mountains Tour


THE ENDLESS MOUNTAINS TOUR

Auckland progressive rock outfit Coridian and Whanganui progressive metal maestros Pull Down the Sun are joining forces for 3 massive shows around the North Island during February 2022. Celebrating Coridian’s latest single ‘Endless War’ from their upcoming 2022 album ‘Hava’ and Pull Down the Suns recent signing to Pelagic Records and vinyl release of their 2020 album 'Of Valleys & Mountains' ,these shows are set to bring the noise to Wellington, Napier and Auckland. Having shared stages throughout the North Island over the years, its time to reunite and deliver some epic music to Aotearoa.

CORIDIAN (Auckland)
The four piece band of brothers, known for their energetic live shows, soaring melodies and solid grooves have been itching to get back on the road. With three EP's under their belt under the visionary production of Zorran Mendonsa, they have spent the last five years touring extensively around NZ, including their own headlining tours and performing with high profile NZ acts such as Devilskin, City of Souls, I AM GIANT, Skinny Hobos & Written by Wolves. They’ve also supported international acts such as Skillet (USA), P.O.D (USA), Fuel (USA), Fozzy (USA), Sumo Cyco (CAN) & Red Sea (AUS).

PULL DOWN THE SUN (Whanganui)

PDTS deliver a blast of celestial power combining elements of prog metal and heavy riff-driven post-rock. Having mastered the diverse language of modern metal to enrapture the listener with mythical tales from their Maori homeland. Their debut album ‘Of Valleys and Mountains’ is more than a collection of well written songs. It is a sonic ritual that draws you in as it goes along, while vibrant rays of light to pierce through the haze and the mist dissipates to reveal the hidden song at the heart of their enrapturing homeland. Coming off the back of huge NZ tour in 2021, along with dozens of shows throughout Aotearoa, their album is now reaching international attention being released in 2022 by Berlin-based label, Pelagic Records.

COME TO DOLLY (Napier)

Come To Dolly are a five piece Sub-Metal band and mainstay of the Hawkes Bay rock and metal scene since 2005. Their unique blend of alternative styles, heavy grooves, sampling and electronics create an alluring atmosphere, delivering a powerful and emotive show. Their 2017 full length 'Dolly Grip' made waves around Aotearoa and has seen them perform throughout the country ever since with many diverse and eclectic national acts. With two albums under their belt, Come to Dolly are a band that you need to see in 2022.

(Door Sales & Merch available on the night)

Set to be the summer rock roadshow not to be missed. Grab tickets now before they all get snapped up!

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When

Saturday 5 February, 8:00pm to 12:00am

Cost

Restrictions: R18

General On Sale $20.00

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Where

Paisley Stage, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
17 Carlyle Street, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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