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INTERVIEW : From Crisis To Collapse's Chad Ellis talks their new album 'The Seventh Tree' and Heist Fest tour

March 4, 2019


Byron Bay heavy hitters From Crisis To Collapse have kicked off 2019 in a big way.

Having just released their crushing debut album The Seventh Tree through Art is War records and announced a tour with 36 Crazyfists and Superheist there seems to be no stopping these guys.

Nev Pearce recently spoke to Chad Ellis from the band for the Everblack Podcast about The Seventh Tree, the making of the video for Slow Burn, the upcoming massive Heist Fest tour and more!

Check it out HERE


From Crisis To Collapse hail from Byron Bay, NSW. Some of their members come from the European nations of Spain and Italy and it is this overall world view that brings something special to the bands outlook.

The trails facing humanity and the world at large are central to the core of the four piece and their take no prisoners approach to their intense songwriting has lead them to share stages with the best of the best in the Australian metal scene.

Form Crisis To Collapse are the very pinnacle of modern melodic death metal and the bad are set to dominate the year ahead. They have shared the stage with a host of bands including King Parrot, and international icons Death Angel and Sepultura. Their debut release, The Seventh Tree is out now.


From Crisis To Collapse ( Slow Burn ) - Official Music Video | AIW Records



Thurday, April 4: Shark Bar / Miami Tavern, Gold Coast
Friday, April 5: The Back Room, Brisbane
Saturday, April 6: Crowbar Sydney, Sydney
Sunday, April 7: The Cambridge, Sydney
Thursday, April 11: Enigma Bar, Adelaide
Friday, April 12: The Evelyn Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday, April 13: Pelly Bar, Frankston

Tickets for All Shows (except Adelaide) available from Oztix
Adelaide tickets available from Moshtix
















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