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FAITH NO MORE, Plus Now, Oh Yes, Very Special Guests, EAGLES OF DEATH METAL.

Solid Entertainment are thrilled to announce the best special guests we’ve ever added to a bill!
The magnificent EAGLES OF DEATH METAL will be joining FAITH NO MORE as very special guests for both NZ shows. If that’s not a guaranteed double-banger of a big night out we don’t what is!

Our previous Eagles Of Death Metal show at The St James went down as one of the greatest shows of 2007:

Ridiculous, genius, hilarious and brilliant. Such words don't even begin to describe Jesse 'Devil' Hughes and the Eagles of Death Metal, but they're about as close as one can come, when left reeling from a night of outrageous rock 'n' roll magic. (NZ Herald)

Founded by the two messiah’s of Rock and Roll (and childhood friends) Josh ‘Baby Duck’ Homme (Queens Of The Stone Age) and Jesse ‘Boots Electric’ Hughes, The Eagles of Death Metal fulfill the checklist of rock-star awesomeness like few other bands: 1) each member has a bad-ass nickname; 2) they rock an open-D tuning; 3) best buds with Dave Grohl and Jack Black; and 4) they trade in bourbon-soaked, denim-clad filthy rock’n’roll.

“QOTSA may be rock at the edge of the abyss, but Eagles Of Death Metal vaults right over” (Spin)

Peace, Love, Death Metal blew minds and set the scene in 2004.
Death By Sexy in 2006 was an ass-shakin boots-quakin' album chock full of rock'n'roll voodoo and high-Seventies hybrid of garage, glam and scuzz rock...

“a masterpiece of horny fun and one mighty party album” (Uncut)

Recently released Heart On, described by The Guardian “as close as anyone has come to the Rolling Stones' sexual stomp in their prime” and as danceable as ever.

Make no mistake The Eagles Of Death Metal will rock your party with their petrol drenched blues, their dirty freewheeling magic and cheeky penchant for the whiff of debauchery. That’s the way these boys roll, and they’re rolling with the best…

FAITH NO MORE and Eagles Of Death Metal will be performing 2 NZ shows only.


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