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I Am Giant Add Ohakune Date to Science & Survival Album Tour

I Am Giant Add Ohakune Date to Science & Survival Album Tour

In July and August I Am Giant are touring the nation in support of their sophomore album SCIENCE & SURVIVAL. The band have added an extra date to the tour – the legendary Hot Lava at Ohakune on Sunday 27th July. Tickets will be on sale this Friday 13th June.

The new album is available now for pre-order on iTunes and at all JB Hi-Fi stores nationwide, including through the JB Hi-Fi website.

When the album is pre-ordered on iTunes, both singles RAZOR WIRE REALITY, DEATH OF YOU and exclusive album track MINEFIELD are available for instant download.

JB Hifi is selling the LIMITED EDITION premium packaged version of the album. Plus if you pre-order the CD at any JB Hi-Fi store, fans will get 1 of 3 limited edition posters designed by the band’s drummer Shelton Woolright. Fans who pre-order through JB Hi-Fi’s website will receive a free download of ECHO FROM THE GALLOWS.

The Rock and grabaseat present

I AM GIANT - SCIENCE & SURVIVAL NEW ZEALAND TOUR 2014

Thursday July 17th: Christchurch– The Bedford CPSA
With Setting Fire to Stacey

Friday July 18th: Dunedin – Refuel
With Setting Fire to Stacey

Saturday July 19th: Invercargill – Saints and Sinners
With Setting Fire to Stacey

Thursday July 24th: Palmerston North – The Royal
With Ekko Park

Friday July 25th: Wellington – Bodega
With Ekko Park

Saturday July 26th: New Plymouth - The Mayfair
With Ekko Park

Sunday July 27th: Ohakune – Hot Lava
With Ekko Park
Tickets on sale 9.00am Friday 13th June

Thursday 31st July: Tauranga – Brewers Bar
With Ekko Park

Friday 1st August: Hamilton – Altitude
with Ekko Park

Saturday 2nd August: Auckland – Powerstation
With Villainy, Black River Drive, Ekko Park, Setting Fire to Stacey

Tickets are available from iamgiant.com and http://www.ticketmaster.co.nz/
(for Auckland show only).

ENDS

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