Anvil, 21 February 2023

Tue, February 21 2023
19:00 (local time)
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Concert of Anvil 21 February 2023 in Canberra
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Concert of Anvil in The Basement Canberra

HARDLINE MEDIA are proud to present, direct from Canada, the mighty, the legendary, the Metal pioneers, ANVIL!!!
Touring their latest release "Impact Is Imminent", out now on AFM Records. ANVIL are heading down under for 5 shows in 5 days in 5 states!!! Canberra, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney, Impact is definitely Imminent!!!!
Having released 19 Studio albums in their career, including influential classic titles like "Metal On Metal", "Strength In Steel", "Pound For Pound", ANVIL have stood the test of time in their 40+ years. Influencing some of the biggest names in the music industry, with Icons like Lars Ulrich of Metallica, or Slash from Guns 'N Roses, and countless others, raving about the band, as seen in their hit documentary "Anvil: The Story Of Anvil", This band has always been a constantly touring, constantly recording, powerhouse Metal band that always put on one hell of a show!!!
Their latest Metal album "Impact is Imminent", which has Anvil, as usual, fire off merciless riff attacks, relentlessly driving drums and impressive bass grooves, complemented by vocal melodies and lyrics that inevitably drill themselves into the listener’s aural tract. As always, Kudlow and drummer Robb Reiner, are at the epicenter of this heavy metal extravaganza. For the past eight years, these two have been supported by bassist Chris Robertson, who not only complements the Anvil fold on a personal level, but also enhances the tracks with his powerful low frequency bass parts and backing vocals, which have brought polyphonic vocals back to Anvil’s music.
Check the video "Take A Lesson" from their new album, with none over than DAVE GROHL introducing the band
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZPbnuvsqQA
Together Lips and Robb Reiner, joined by bassist Chris Robertson, invite you for a night of METAL when they hit Australian shores in February 2023.
ANVIL AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES / FEBRUARY 2023
Tue - 21 Feb - Canberra - The Basement
Wed - 22 Feb - Adelaide - Enigma
Thur - 23 Feb - Melbourne - Croxton
Fri - 24 Feb - Brisbane - The Zoo
Sat - 25 Feb - Sydney - Crowbar
Limited VIP meet and greet with ANVIL
- Early access to the show and merch stand
- Get a photo on your phone/device with ANVIL
- Australian tour poster to get signed by ANVIL
- Exclusive VIP lanyard/laminate
- Bring along 2 personal items to get signed.
- VIP TICKET INCLUDES ENTRY TO THE SHOW.
 

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About Anvil

Anvil are a Canadian heavy metal band from Toronto, Ontario, formed in 1978. The band consists of Steve "Lips" Kudlow (vocals, guitar), Robb Reiner (drums) and Chris Robertson (bass). To date, the band has released sixteen studio albums, and has been cited as having influenced many notable heavy metal groups, including Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax and Metallica.
The band, in particular Kudlow and Reiner, was the subject of the 2008 documentary film, Anvil! The Story of Anvil, directed by the screenwriter and former Anvil roadie, Sacha Gervasi. Upon its release, the film garnered critical acclaim from many major publications, and has since brought the band renewed recognition, including opening slots with AC/DC and Saxon. Appearances at both major heavy metal festivals, including Download, Loud Park and Hellfest, and independent music festivals like Bumbershoot and SXSW, also followed the release of the film. Reviewers described Anvil as a pioneering hair metal band that was popular in the 1980s but then faded into obscurity in the 1990s, while refusing to stop playing, recording and gigging. Anvil's antics on and off stage, the setbacks they suffered, and their determination to keep going was compared to the fictional band Spinal Tap.



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