Sorry, this event’s been and gone
|Wed 10 Sep ’08, 8:00pm||
Where: TSB Bank Arena, Queens Wharf, Wellington
Disturbed with special guests P.O.D., Alter Bridge, and redline.
TICKETS ON SALE Thursday 10 July at 9.00am.
Frontier Members pre-sale tickets will be available via frontiertouring.com from Tuesday 8 July.
“People never lose their desire for aggressive music. And we’re happy to keep giving it to them.” – David Draiman, Disturbed.
Music fans rejoice in the return of Disturbed to New Zealand in September. Support for this tour will come from P.O.D., Alter Bridge, and redline.
Over their 12 year lifespan in the music industry Disturbed have reached the highs most bands only dream of. Selling in excess of ten million albums worldwide, Disturbed’s renaissance has truly begun following the release of their fourth album Indestructible (out now through Warner Music).
Front man, David Draiman announced of Indestructible: “I don’t want to sound arrogant but I think we’ve made the kind of record the industry needs right now.” And the fans have agreed. Defying current trends, the album debuted at #1 on the Billboard, ARIA and RIANZ charts. Indestructible is the group’s darkest and angriest output to date; a result of experimentation in the studio and the band taking control of production duties.
Renowned for their fierce live performances, Disturbed are sure to set the stage alight when they hit major cities across New Zealand this September.
P.O.D. will return to New Zealand in support of their latest release When Angels and Serpents Dance. With an impressive seven studio albums and over seven million album sales under their belt, not to mention hits like ‘Youth of the Nation’, ‘Alive’ and ‘Addicted’, P.O.D. (aka Payable On Death) will stun you with their sheer ferocity this September!
Alter Bridge rose from the ashes of the multiplatinum selling Creed when they disbanded in 2004. They found success following the release of debut album One Day Remains with ‘Metalingus’ chosen as the theme song for the Rated R Superstar, Edge. Release of their sophomore record Blackbird is a heavier affair and has drawn the band further success debuting at #4 on the Billboard Rock Album chart. Get ready to rock with Alter Bridge this year!
redline will kick off proceedings in New Zealand. Having previously opened for Disturbed, these boys will feel at home on the arena stages. The release of their debut record Trapped Inside saw redline establish themselves as one of New Zealand’s most progressive rock bands. Having supported Evanescence, The Bleeders and performing at the inaugural Metal Day Out Festival, redline will bring it this year.