In October 2016 it was announced that British Progressive Metal band TesseracT would be touring South Africa in April 2017. TesseracT has appeared at highly revered festivals such as Download Festival, Sonisphere and Euroblast. They’ve toured with fellow pioneering peers such as Periphery, Karnivool, Animals As Leaders, Between The Buried & Me, Cult of Luna, Devin Townsend Project and Protest The Hero, to name a few.
The band will be playing two shows in South Africa:
- Friday, 28 April 2017: Mercury Live, Cape Town – supported by Verona Walls.
- Saturday, 29 April 2017: Rumours Rock City, Johannesburg – supported by Only Forever, Deity’s Muse and Red Helen.
I’m pretty sure that metal fans in the Western Cape and Gauteng are excited to watch them live. Tickets are on sale via the Computicket website at R450 each, as well as at Computicket outlets and Checkers stores. For more info about the shows, check out the Turning Tricks Entertainment Facebook page or follow @TTricksent on Twitter.
David Devo Oosthuizen recently interviewed TesseracT. They talk about their tour to South Africa and a few other things. Have a listen below:
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