Alpha Wolf & Justice For The Damned
Alpha Wolf & Justice For The Damned
Greyscale Records Present

Alpha Wolf & Justice For The Damned

The Survival Of The Riffest Tour
Stay Gold (Brunswick, VIC)
Friday, 14 December 2018 7:30 PM
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18 Plus
Hardcore

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When Greyscale Records was formed, it started with the idea of building a family, and now the two heaviest hitting siblings of this family have decided to sort out their differences on the road. This December will see Alpha Wolf and Justice For The Damned joining forces for a miasma of noise as they run the Australian roads for the 'Survival Of The Riffest' tour.

Recently wrapping up supporting Thy Art Is Murder around the country, it was vocalist Lochie Keogh's first change to truly cut his teeth as Alpha Wolf's vocalist. "Jumping straight into the Thy Art tour felt like a shock to the system and a breath of fresh air at the same time. It’s funny, there was such an overwhelming feeling as every show. It was just crazy; hearing crowd reaction and singing along. It's going to take some getting used to"

When Greyscale Records was formed, it started with the idea of building a family, and now the two heaviest hitting siblings of this family have decided to sort out their differences on the road. This December will see Alpha Wolf and Justice For The Damned joining forces for a miasma of noise as they run the Australian roads for the 'Survival Of The Riffest' tour.

Recently wrapping up supporting Thy Art Is Murder around the country, it was vocalist Lochie Keogh's first change to truly cut his teeth as Alpha Wolf's vocalist. "Jumping straight into the Thy Art tour felt like a shock to the system and a breath of fresh air at the same time. It’s funny, there was such an overwhelming feeling as every show. It was just crazy; hearing crowd reaction and singing along. It's going to take some getting used to"