THIS SHOW HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED to Wednesday 1st March 2023. Original tickets remain valid.
Due to scheduling conflicts KUBLAI KHAN TX can no longer be part of the tour
Former I Killed the Prom Queen drummer JJ Peters founded Deez Nuts in Melbourne, Australia, in 2007, taking the band’s name from a Dr. Dre song. Equally influenced by hardcore punk and hip-hop, the group’s lyrics focused on partying as well as hustling, and the group’s 2008 debut album, Stay True, appropriately contained a cover of Beastie Boys’ “Fight for Your Right.” The group spent much of 2008 touring Australia and Europe, and the sophomore full-length This One’s for You appeared in 2010. Deez Nuts’ third album, Bout It, was released in 2013, featuring numerous guest appearances from across the hardcore scene, including members of Architects, Madball, and Suicide Silence. Their fourth album, Word Is Bond, followed in 2015, featuring more introspective, less party-centric lyrics than previous efforts. The group’s fifth studio long-player, 2017’s Binge & Purgatory, featured the singles “Commas & Zeroes,” “Discord,” and “Purgatory.” Two years later, the album You Got Me Fucked Up featured heightened production values and integrated driving heaviness with bouncy pop hooks.