Hey Metallions! We've been on holiday for a while but we are back in action now! This weekend we played the Hamilton Shredfest and it was wicked! We said farewell to our guitarist Grant Holden and wish him all the best for his future music. We've got some photos that will be up shortly and have a few other things in the works so keep an eye on our Facebook page for all the latest updates. Keep it Metal!
(P.s. Who will be in our ranks next? Announcement coming soon!)
Oh man! We rocked China! What a wicked experience and the best hospitality we have ever received. We spent 10 days over there touring, performing and site-seeing, we had the time of our lives. Huge thank yous to Shake Music for hosting, our awesome tour manager AK and the ecstatic fans who showed us that China knows how to mosh! A whole ton of photos have been uploaded to our Facebook page (so go check those out) and there will be a documentary about the trip being released at some point this year (so Subscrbe to our YouTube to make sure you see it first). We will definitely be back but for now we are back home in New Z...
Recently we announced on our social media pages that Deathnir will be performing 2 dates in China. We are so stoked to be doing this and can't wait for our first performance over seas! The dates will be 29/12/2018 at 'All With You' Pub and 01/01/2019 at Chang Sheng Ju Dojo.
We are sad to announce the official resignation of our dear brother and amazing drummer Luke Elliot. Luke has been with us since late 2015 and has been our longest running drummer since Deathnir began in 2013. We've been through a lot of awesome times together, iconic times, and times we'll never forget. We wish you all the best, brother. You will always be a part of the Deathnir family.
Salutations to our fellow Metallion! Give 'em Hell!
The Second Sin line-up of Deathnir is officially over but we are not disbanding! Another announcement is coming soon...
We are sad to announce the departure of our lead guitarist Brad Ion from our ranks. He has decided due to personal reasons and a clash of interests to leave the band. We wish you all the best for the future Brad. Keep it Metal.