UK’s dark rock legends The Sisters of Mercy will be returning to Australia & New Zealand this October and November, playing shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Auckland & Wellington.
Recently celebrating their 40th anniversary, The Sisters of Mercy are one of the most important bands to emerge from the post punk scene, with the imposing presence and the heavily melancholic voice of Andrew Eldritch giving their mark. They are a reference point for the dark rock sound and the dark culture in general with their music gaining cult status and has since been cited as a major influence by the likes of Metallica, Nine Inch Nails and My Chemical Romance.
A statement accompanying the tour news says, “It howls, it’s grindingly beautiful, and it’s probably heading your way.” Continuing in a similarly poetic vein, the statement adds, “New and hence unreleased songs make up half of any Sisters’ set these days, although the classics get a good thrashing in rotation. Having derived their light show from the Big Bang (gleefully inventing rave lighting in the process), the Sisters see no reason to tone it down, and will be exploding in all their usual glory.”
Over the course of four decades, The Sisters of Mercy released three, utterly brilliant and hyper influential studio albums scaling the charts around the globe and have amassed a legion of devoted fans who flock to see classics such as Lucretia My Reflection, Temple Of Love and This Corrosion, a testament to their incredible live shows.
THE SISTERS OF MERCY
AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND TOUR 2022
Tuesday 25 October: Powerstation, Auckland
Wednesday 26 October: Hunter Lounge, Wellington
Friday 28 October: Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane
Sunday 30 October: Enmore, Sydney
Tuesday 1 November: The Gov, Adelaide
Thursday 3 November: Astor, Perth
Saturday 5 November: Forum, Melbourne
Early Bird Ticket Pre-Sale – Friday 27 May @ 11am Local Time – HERE
General Tickets On Sale – Tuesday 31 May @ 11am Local Time – HERE
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