Great news! Ukrainian Metal Machine Jinjer are heading to South Africa in 2019 for two not-to-be-missed club shows!
Technically sophisticated four-piece, Jinjer represent an incredibly catchy mix of progressive metalcore, djent, hardcore, death and groove metal.
With feisty growls and soul-shattering clean vocals, front-woman extraordinaire, Tatiana Shmailyuk possesses a commanding stage presence backed by an unstoppable wall of powerful instrumentation in the form of one of the tightest live bands around today.
Jinjer has seen an upward swing in their popularity of late having performed on some of the world’s biggest festival stages and seemingly endless touring cycles with the likes of Arch Enemy, Amorphis, DevilDriver and Soilwork.
Not familiar with Jinjer‘s sound? Check out the music video for their song, “Ape” below:
The will be joined on tour by UK progressive rock act, SÜMER. With three guitarists and two vocalists among their ranks, this act boasts many elements to their post-metal/prog inspired sound, giving nods to contemporary favourites Karnivool, Cult of Luna and Gojira, but also classic names like Led Zeppelin, Soundgarden and Smashing Pumpkins.
It’s a blend that has seen them receive acclaim from many of the UK’s major rock publications. Appearances at celebrated festivals such as Bloodstock Open Air, UK TechFest and Euroblast, along with support slots opening for the likes of Uneven Structure, Voyager and Agent Fresco has seen SÜMER become an exceptionally epic live act which guarantees to take its audience on an unforgettable aural journey.
Not familiar with SÜMER? Check out the music video for their song “The Animal You Are” below
Jinjer South African 2019 Tour dates:
- 3 May 2018 – Mercury Live, Cape Town. With support from SÜMER, Zombies Ate My Girlfriend and OhGod.
- 4 May 2018 – Platteland, Centurion. With support from SÜMER, Bleeding Spawn and Deity’s Muse.
Tickets are on sale nationwide at R280 each on the Computicket website. Click here to buy tickets for the Cape Town show. Click here to buy tickets for the Centurion show. You can also buy tickets at Computicket outlets and Checkers stores.
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