26 Oct 2020
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FIRST TOUR FOR MAGNUM OPUS

Kapiti metal band Magnum Opus kick off their first tour at the end of March, travelling around New Zealand to promote their band and to get their name out there.

The melodic metal band will start with the lower north island, will then head up to the top of the North Island, and lastly, will hit the South Island for the first time later on in the year.

“We just want to spend our free time travelling around and playing as much gigs as possible, to as many towns as possible, to as many metal-heads as possible.”

The band are playing both all ages and R18 gigs and door prices will range from $5- $15.

Magnum Opus will be playing a mixture of songs from both of their EPs, ‘The Nightshade of Lycanthropy’ (2005) and ‘Magnum Opus’ (2006) also adding some new songs into the mix. They are looking at releasing an album early next year.

The tour will see Magnum Opus playing with other metal bands, starting off with New Zealand’s well known metal band Sinate.

The band includes Reuben Fergusson on vocals and guitar, Kieran Gallagher on guitar, Tim Mekalick on drums, and newcomer Isaac (Izzy) Stewart on bass and back up vocals.

For more info visit www.magnumopus.co.nz/tour

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