Make Them Suffer reveal huge supports on their Suffer Forever Australian Tour

When Perth metalcore legends Make Them Suffer do something, they go all out – and their recently announced Suffer Forever Australian Tour is no different. The band will be stopping at Brisbane, Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Fremantle this August and September, their first headline tour since the Neverbloom 10th anniversary tour in June last year. Fresh after supporting Bring Me The Horizon on their arena tour in April, Make Them Suffer will be joined by heavy hitters Bury Tomorrow, Spite and local favourites Bloom.

“Following our European festival circuit, an amazing North American tour and a life changing Australian tour in support of Bring Me The Horizon, we’ve been aching to follow up all these incredible opportunities with a headliner of our own,” vocalist Sean Harmanis says. “We can’t wait to bring our live show back home for all fans, new and old, and we can’t wait to take things to the next level.”

The western quintet soundtracked our lockdowns with the brutal banger “Doomswitch”, introducing additional vocalist and keyboardist Alex Reade of Drown This City. Following with “Ghost of Me” in 2023, Make Them Suffer have since reclaimed their place in the global scene, currently supporting Erra on their extensive North America tour. Their latest single “Epitaph” is their heaviest yet, preparing fans for what’s to come.

English metalcore six-piece Bury Tomorrow will be returning after their sold-out debut headline tour of Australia just last year, bringing their textured breakdowns and soaring melodies to upsized venues. California deathcore act Spite are one of the heaviest but accessible bands around, last hitting our shores in support of Thy Art is Murder in 2022 but always welcome back. Last but certainly not least, Sydney metalcore outfit Bloom are the most exciting name on the bill after having just released their debut album Maybe in Another Life to critical acclaim. Seriously, get there early to catch these guys!

Get your tickets to the Suffer Forever tour now before they sell out, because you know they will. Follow Make Them Suffer on Facebook and Instagram for regular updates.