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Madcap Australian seven-piece Battlesnake release new single 

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Madcap Australian rockers Battlesnake have revealed their thunderous new single ‘Motorsteeple’. 

Stream here: https://ffm.to/motorsteeple

Video for ‘Motorsteeple’ coming soon.

The band comment: “So it begins… The Motorsteeple cometh on tracks of vengeful steel, the steeple pierces the sky with its chrome spire. A colossal church that hath no breaks, bound to the road eternally.”

‘Motorsteeple’ comes before the band’s first ever tour of UK and Europe, including appearances at The Great Escape and Bearded Theory festivals.

Dates for The Intercontinental Slither tour as follows:

Tickets on-sale from: www.battlesnake.com.au

Battlesnake have already set tongues ablaze in the Australian scene – a seven-piece vortex emerging from the depths of the underworld. With a powerful sound that can best be described as the genetically-engineered cyborg super-child of Queen, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, and Judas Priest, the band have quickly gained a reputation for their high-impact live performance and epic, theatrical songwriting.

Battlesnake released their debut EP in 2020, a powerful 6-track release entitled Myths and Legends from Gorbag’s Domain. Their first full-length, self-titled, followed in 2023 – exploding them into the wider Australian consciousness. Recently the band have supported titans KISS on their End of The World Tour, The Smashing Pumpkins and Jane’s Addiction on the The World Is a Vampire tour. 

Now, Battlesnake are marching forward, and laying the foundations for their biggest year yet. Mortals tremble, all hail Battlesnake!

Watch Battlesnake‘s live show at SXSW Sydneyhttps://youtu.be/QDtBaNHxZrc

Battlesnake are:

Nick Zammit (drums)
Sam Frank (vocals)
Ben Frank (guitar)
Paul Mason (guitar)
Daniel Willington (guitar)
Billy O’Key (keytar)
Elliot Hitchcock (bass)

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