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HUMAN - August 5th @ Zebedees in Christchurch

HUMAN - August 5th @ Zebedees in Christchurch

Christchurch metal legends HUMAN return from a lengthy hiatus with their first hometown show since October of 2010 - and this will be their ONLY Christchurch show for 2011!

Friday, August 5th at Zebedees (479 Blenheim Rd, Christchurch) will see the return of HUMAN in top form. The band have been hard at work writing new music and have tailored up a set of material so punishing that it may just blow a few heads clean off in the front row! For the first time, HUMAN will be performing brand new tracks that have never been played to a live audience before. These will be featuring on the band's new album which they start recording in August of this year. Prepare to be pummled.

Joining HUMAN onstage will be some of Christchurch's best established metal bands: Bow Messiah, Plague of The Fallen and Terebinth.

Entry will be only $5. Doors open at 8pm. Right of admission is reserved by the venue. Zebedees is an all ages / non alcohol venue, please respect their conditions of entry.

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