Australian fans will be able to shake off the Winter blues and jump head-first into one of the year’s biggest parties as Municipal Waste heat up Australia in July! Cheers!

“We hope you walk away with some bloody ears, blown speakers, pissed off parents, black eyes, and a healthy distrust of authority,” says vocalist Tony Foresta

Formed in Richmond, Virginia, the homeland of the American Civil War, thrash metal crossover party dudes Municipal Waste rose from the salty remains of a New Years Eve Keg Party in 2000/2001, in which they were later blamed for inciting a minor riot. Municipal Waste have uncompromisingly stuck to their guns for over twenty years as the hard-partying and even harder-hitting torchbearers of twenty first century crossover thrash metal. After staggering on to the scene with their 2003 debut album Waste ‘Em All, the band has transformed from a cult favourite into metal mainstays for a generation by reviving the thrash scene.

Municipal Waste are seven albums (and a string of EP’s) deep into a career that shows no slowing down, no matter how hard they party, in fact if anything their career is on an upward trajectory! Metal Hammer christened 2007’s The Art of Partying one of ‘The 50 Greatest Thrash Metal Albums Ever,’ whilst 2017’s Slime and Punishment crashed in the Top 3 of the Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart, while they have also sold-out countless shows on multiple continents and piled up tens of millions of streams in the process.

Tony Foresta [vocals], Ryan Waste [guitar], Philip “Landphil” Hall [bass], Dave Witte [drums], and Nick Poulos [guitar] promise to deliver an uncompromising, beer drenched, sweat inducing, high-octane audio-visual extravaganza while their relentless riffage, infectious energy will ensure the pit is whipped into a frenzy!’

MUNICIPAL WASTE July 2024 Australian Tour Dates:
05/07/24 – Melbourne, Northcote Theatre
06/07/24 – Sydney, Liberty Hall
07/07/24 – Canberra, The Basement
10/07/24 – Brisbane, The Triffid
12/07/24 – Adelaide, Lion Arts Centre
13/07/24 – Perth, The Rosemount