Hostile Entertainment is proud to be able to offer a double pass to see King Parrot at the SolBar in Maroochydore on Friday, April 6 to one lucky winner.
All you need to do is to fill in the form below and you're in the draw. The competition will be drawn on Thursday, April 5 and the winner will be notified by email and announced on the Hostile Entertainment Facebook page. If you include your mobile number when you fill in your details, then you'll also receive a text message if you're the winner. Just stick your number in the same box as your last name and that will do.
These guys give a great show - you won't be disappointed. Get your entry in now!
After stomping their way through the nation's capital cities last December in support of their devastating new album 'Ugly Produce', King Parrot retain their insatiable work ethic announcing a new edition of their 'Regional Rampage' Tour for 2018. The boys stay true to touring the regional centres of Australia, and this April will see them venture on a massive east coast tour encompassing every nook and cranny from Victoria to far north Queensland. Along for the ride on their first ever visit to Australia will be the USA's Child Bite after releasing 'Negative Noise' on Housecore Records in 2017. The lethal duo of bands have blitzed their way through North America on many tours over the last few years, and King Parrot believe their Australian audiences will love the addition of Child Bite, one of their all-time favourite bands.
'Ugly Produce' peaked at number 21 on the ARIA charts, an unheard-of feat for any grindcore band in this country. The release saw King Parrot travel to North America, Europe and Japan late in 2017 and the band are ready to take to the road once again. The videos for "Ten Pounds of Shit in a Five Pound Bag" and "Piss Wreck" further added to the collection of memorable and entertaining cult videos spewing forth from the KP brains trust. Go pay a visit to Youtube if you haven't seen them, you won't be disappointed. The tour kicks off at the first ever Download Festival in Melbourne and trashes and tramples its way all up the east coast!