Polaris To Support Beartooth During European Autumn Tour

 Sydney melodic metalcore outfit Polaris have just wrapped up a hugely successful European headline tour, their biggest ever on our continent, most dates of which achieved a complete sell-out including the entire UK leg. Today, the band are pleased to announce that they will be returning to our shores later this year as Special Guests to Beartooth on their autumn 2024 tour dates. 



October 10th @ Columbiahalle (Berlin, DE)

October 11th @ Palladium (Cologne, DE)

October 12th @ Palladium (Cologne, DE)

October 15th @ Gasometer (Wien, AT)

October 16th @ Schlachthof (Wiesbaden, DE)

October 17th @ Schlachthof (Wiesbaden, DE)

October 18th @ Zenith (Munich, DE)

October 19th @ Bataclan (Paris, FR)

October 21st @ O2 Academy (Birmingham, UK)

October 22nd @ O2 Academy (Birmingham, UK)

October 24th @ O2 Victoria Warehouse (Manchester, UK)

October 25th @ O2 Victoria Warehouse (Manchester, UK)

October 26th @ Alexandra Palace (London, UK)

October 28th @ AB (Brussels, BE)

October 29th @ AB (Brussels, BE)

October 31st @ 013 (Tilburg, NL)

November 1st @ 013 (Tilburg, NL)

November 2nd @ Sporthalle (Hamburg, DE)

Polaris released their new studio album "Fatalism" in September 2023 to widespread critical acclaim. 

Fear: humanity’s great divider, but also its most potent unifier. It’s this very notion that lies at the beating core of Polaris’s third album Fatalism; a record shaped by the sense of despair and dystopia that engulfed the world over the past few years, and the overwhelming accompanying sensation that we were powerless to change course.

"Fatalism"'s singles Inhumane, Nightmare and Overflow emerged during the band's 2022 writing session in the Blue Mountains, with the alt rock leanings beating at the core of the latest track organically emerging from some of Polaris' own personal listening repertoire.

Polaris have already firmly established their place as a fixture in the heavy music landscape via their first two albums, the ARIA-nominated The Death Of Me and 2017’s The Mortal Coil, which debuted in the Australian Top 10. They have been awarded a laundry list of accolades, album of the year mentions in end of year lists, sold-out countless headline tours of Australia and have toured across the globe. Not to mention performing at Download Festival, Unify Gathering in Australia, headlining Knight & Day Festival and most recently performing the 2022 Good Things Festival headlined by Bring Me The Horizon. Fatalism landed Polaris an Australian #1 for two weeks in a row in the ARIA Charts.

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