Industrial Metal Titans Witchgrinder Announce new Album + Nothing Stays Buried Tour – April

Melbourne industrial titans, Witchgrinder will release their highly anticipated third album, Nothing Stays Buried on March 28! To support the release they have just announced their Nothing Stays Buried Tour which will lay waste to venues across the land this April.

Vocalist Travis Everett comments on the upcoming tour, “With Witchgrinder freshly dropping our third studio album we are excited to showcase heaps of new material and play some old favourites. We are pumped that we get to play across Australia to our fans at our favourite local venues”

Influenced by the early industrial scenes with lyrics inspired by classic horror and sci-fi flicks of the same era, Witchgrinder’s darkness is absolute and their stage presence commands attention.

Everett adds on Nothing Stays Buried; “This is the biggest Witchgrinder album to date! A massive production for well thought out songs. We have included a bit of everything. Those groovy classic Witchgrinder riffs, powerhouse drumming, mind-bending guitar solos and chilling samples and vocals. We are all so proud of this album and can’t wait to share it with the world.”

Pre orders for Nothing Stays Buried, released March 28, are available now

Nothing Stays Buried Album Bundle Includes:
CD, Album Shirt, and your chance to win the guitar used in the
Dead by Dawn” film clip signed by all members!

Friday, April 12: The Duke, Sydney
Saturday, April 13: Pot Belly Bar, Canberra
Friday, April 19: The Setts, Mildura
Saturday, April 20: The London Tavern, Adelaide
Wednesday, April 24: Stranded, Brisbane
Thursday, April 25: Mo’s Desert Clubhouse, Gold Coast
Friday, April 26: Atar, Hobart

Tickets available from

 The much respected band released their debut album in 2013 and in the ensuing decade have proved themselves again and again on multiple headline tours across the country and having played with and impressed the likes of Ministry, Rob Zombie, Ghost, Wednesday 13, Powerman 5000, Sevendust, Drowning Pool and they joined Entombed A.D on a tour of Japan. In mid 2023 they blew the roof off their hometown of Melbourne opening for Static X