Metalcore mayhem: Make Them Suffer, Bury Tomorrow, Spite and Bloom announce Australian tour this August

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Metalcore mayhem: Make Them Suffer, Bury Tomorrow, Spite and Bloom announce Australian tour this August

Make Them Suffer
Words by Staff Writer

Perth metalcore outfit Make Them Suffer are set to wow audiences on home soil once again in 2024 with their highly anticipated Suffer Forever Australian headline tour this coming August and September, joined by friends Bury Tomorrow (UK), Spite (USA) & Bloom.

After captivating audiences supporting Bring Me The Horizon and Sleep Token in sold out arenas across Australia in April, opening proceedings on Friday 30 August in Brisbane, Make Them Suffer will bring their ferocious live performance to Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, before closing out in Fremantle on Saturday 7 September.

Make Them Suffer, Bury Tomorrow, Spite and Bloom

  • Friday 30 August: The Tivoli, Brisbane (18+)
  • Saturday 31 August: King St Bandroom, Newcastle (18+)
  • Sunday 1 September: Roundhouse, Sydney (Lic Aa)
  • Thursday 5 September: Forum Theatre, Melbourne (18+)
  • Friday 6 September: Hindley St Music Hall, Adelaide (Lic Aa)
  • Saturday 7 September: Metropolis, Fremantle (18+)

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“Following our European festival circuit, an amazing North American tour and of a life changing Australian tour in support of Bring Me The Horizon, we’ve been aching to follow up all these incredible opportunities with a headliner of our own. We can’t wait wait to bring our live show back home for all fans, new and old, and we can’t wait to take things to the next level,” Sean Harmanis, Make Them Suffer said.

Roaring back to life after the pandemic years, Make Them Suffer emerged in 2022 with their behemoth single Doomswitch, followed by a sold out North American run supporting Bad Omens, as well as their own completely sold out headline tour in Australia in support of the track.

Following on with new material in 2023, Make Them Suffer unleashed the vibrant and voracious track Ghost Of Me, with the group also appearing the same year supporting fellow Aussie juggernauts Parkway Drive in North America as part of the Monsters Of Oz Tour. And while 2024 has certainly not been quiet for Make Them Suffer, with a recent almost entirely sold out run supporting Bring Me The Horizon nationally along with Sleep Token and Daine, Make Them Suffer have also continued their ongoing sonic domination via their potent new 2024 release Epitaph; a single that dazzles in sharp, primal energy and gloss that also celebrates and welds the towering past, present and future in the dynamic Make Them Suffer legacy.

Set to perform overseas for a run of European and UK festivals this June, including Download Festival, Copenhell, Jera On Air and many more, Make Them Suffer will return home later this year armed with both new music and their insatiable live show that continues to gain international acclaim.

British metalcore giants Bury Tomorrow return after crushing Australian audiences on their first sold out Australian headline tour in 2023 supporting their seventh album, The Seventh Sun. The Seventh Sun stands as testament to the bonds and belief required to shape themselves a new reality, a new sound, and a new future expanding sonic palette platforms sky-high melodies, layered with textured atmosphere, cloaking an underlying savagery. Bury Tomorrow’s 2018 album Black Flame catapulted them into metal’s upper echelons. It was the band’s third consecutive UK Top 40 album, which saw them undertake an imposing tour, which culminated with a huge show at London’s iconic Roundhouse and their follow-up Cannibal, took the band another leap forward and that they can face any circumstances that comes their way.

Spite, the decibel- and soul-crushing deathcore unit based out of Southern California, return to Australia with their lethal blend of death metal, metalcore, and neo-nu-metal after decimating Australian audiences on their debut shows supporting Thy Art Is Murder in 2022. Their 2017 release Nothing Is Beautiful on Rise Records drew comparisons to contemporaries like Thy Art Is Murder, Acacia Strain, and Suicide Silence. Spite push against the boundaries of heavy music.

Sydney metalcore outfit Bloom combine ferocity and impassioned lyricism, with their immersive catalogue centered on grief, love and exile. Releasing their brand new album Maybe In Another Life earlier this year, Bloom flexed surging rhythms and memorable hooks, unforgettably snapshotting the group’s burgeoning strengths that has also led them to a massive regional tour supporting Polaris and national tours supporting the likes of Thornhill, Holding Absence, While She Sleeps, ERRA and Bad Omens.

Early bird pre-sale tickets on sale Tuesday 21 May at 11am AEST time here.