Mirrors & Deadlights Co-Headline Tour
Mirrors & Deadlights Co-Headline Tour
Destroy All Lines, Greyscale Records & Resist Present

Mirrors & Deadlights Co-Headline Tour

with Special Guests Inertia
Altar (Hobart, TAS)
Saturday, 5 November 2022 7:00 pm
80 days away
18 Plus
Alternative
Heavy Metal
Metal / Hard Rock
Hardcore

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Mirrors & Deadlights Co-Headline Tour at Altar (Hobart, TAS) on Saturday, 5 November 2022
Calling all Australian heavy music fans as two of the nations most captivating and relentless heavy acts, Brisbane post-hardcore outfit Deadlights and regional Victorian metallers Mirrors, join forces to announce an unforgettable six-date Australian co-headline tour in November, 'The Ego's Valley' Australian tour

Joined by special guests Inertia, the tour kicks off in Mirrors hometown of Melbourne on November 4 at Corner Hotel. The tour will move through Hobart on November 5, Perth on November 22, Adelaide on November 12, Sydney on November 25 and will come to wrap up in Deadlights home city of Brisbane at the Iconic Princess Theatre on November 26. 

Having extensively toured their mesmerizing live shows together across the country in 2019, both Deadlights and Mirrors are primed and ready to pick up where they left off and dive headfirst into ‘The Ego's Valley' tour.

"Since touring with each other in November 2019 on Thornhill’s The Dark Pool tour, we’ve been itching to get back on the road together!" share respective vocalists Dylan Davidson and Patty Goodman.

"As we both released albums during COVID and haven’t had a chance to tour them yet, we figured now is the perfect time to make it happen. I think our sounds mesh in a really cool way that both our fanbases will love. Our worlds are going to collide to create an experience that the Aussie scene will always remember."