20 Jan 2019
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Auckland based heavy rockers Primacy and Wellington based Broke are hitting Auckland, Mount Maunganui, Masterton and Wellington this October in support of their new releases, with support from Skinny Hobos in Auckland and Merrin in Masterton and Wellington.

After recently signing with Wellington based indie label Southern Collective Music, Primacy are excited to announce the release of their first single, Shade Black (release date October 16th), a melodically dark journey that explores the lighter and heaviest aspects of the bands influences which include Alice In Chains, Deftones, Lynch Mob and A Perfect Circle. Their first single was recorded and co-produced with Zorran Mendonsa Productions, with plans to release a 5 track E.P in 2016.

Joining Primacy are Broke, they bring their music up to Auckland for the first time in support of their newly finished debut album, Do Not Consume, produced by TrinityRoots frontman Warren Maxwell at his home studio in Featherston.
Broke take influence from such bands as Primus, Incubus, Nirvana and Queens of the Stone Age and fuse their voices to create an exciting sound that is genuinely their own.

Dates include:
Auckland, The Kings Arms, October 16th w/Skinny Hobos 
The Mount, Mauau Performing Arts Centre, October 17th w/ Local support (All Ages + licensed bar)
Masterton, King Street Live, October 24th w/Merrin and local support
Wellington, Valhalla, October 25th (labour weekend) w/Merrin

*All shows are $10, doors at 8pm

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