Birds Robe presents


Max Watt's Melbourne (Melbourne, VIC)
Sunday, 8 September 2024 7:00 pm
85 days away
18 Plus
Heavy Metal
Metal / Hard Rock

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Agalloch announce 2024 Australian tour for September following reformation

Pacific Northwest extreme, avante-garde, folk-metal legends AGALLOCH have announced they're offering Sydney and Melbourne exclusive performances on 6 and 8 September.

For two decades AGALLOCH defined what it meant to have eclectic influences and combine them into a cohesive, dark and menacing soundtrack. Sadly for fans, it all ended before they ever made it to Australia.

Fans' hopes were lifted in 2023 when the band reappeared on stage at Balve Cave during Prophecy Festival in Germany.

Luckily, bringing their discography-spanning performance to Australia was a high priority for the reformed line-up of John Haughm, Don Anderson, Jason William Walton and Hunter Ginn.


"When we decided to reform for live shows, one of the first places we wanted to play was Australia. Therefore we are incredibly happy to announce our first time ever performing in Australia! Please join us September 6th in Sydney and September 8th in Melbourne for a performance that will span our entire career."

Tickets to see AGALLOCH for the first time ever in Australia are on sale now.


Friday 6 September – Factory Theatre, Sydney, NSW
Sunday 8 September - Max Watts, Melbourne, VIC
Presented by Bird’s Robe

Tickets on sale from & venue websites

Media: Mike Solo // Bird’s Robe Records //

Listen to AGALLOCH:


John Haughm − vocals, guitar, drums
Don Anderson − guitar, keyboards
Jason William Walton − bass guitar
Hunter Ginn − drums

AGALLOCH discography:
Pale Folklore (1999)
The Mantle (2002)
Ashes Agains the Grain (2006)
Marrow of the Spirit (2010)
The Serpent & the Sphere (2014)