Scott Kelly is a man that needs no formal introduction. As a founding member of the Californian experimental metal band Neurosis, Scott has forged a legendary legacy over the past 30 years that has influenced countless progressive metal bands the World over.

After touring Australia for the first time in February in 2012 as a respected solo artist, Scott returns this November with his backing band The Road Home, which features Noah Landis from Neurosis.
 Scott will be presenting various material in acoustic form from his numerous solo releases. His latest album being “The Forgiven Ghost In Me”.

To make things all the more exciting, Scott and his band will be touring with ex-SWANS vocalist / keyboardist JARBOE, who will be touring Australia for the very first time.

Between 1985 and 1996, Jarboe was in the classic line up of one of the most influential, and well respected, post punk bands ever. SWANS shaped a distinctive sound that has gone on to influence countless industrial, Goth, experimental, and post punk bands, and still continues too.

In 2003 she contributed vocals to a very special Neurosis collaborative EP. Since her departure from SWANS, Jarboe has established herself as a critically acclaimed solo artist.

Jarboe will be performing as a duo where she’ll be presenting stripped back versions of SWANS classics and selected material from her extensive back catalogue.
Her latest album being “A Symphony For Shiva”.

See these two legendary artists live on stage together in Australia this November.

See for details.


Australian Tour – November 2013

Thursday 7th: Melbourne @ The Corner Hotel

Friday 8th: Sydney @ The Manning Bar

Saturday 9th: Brisbane @ The Zoo

Sunday 10th: Perth @ The Rosemont Hotel


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