cog newsletter - 20050611
The New Normal album tour dates
Tickets are selling fast for these upcoming Sydney dates. These shows will end the first leg of the New Normal album tour.
Thursday 30th June - Annandale Hotel
Friday 1st July - Mona Vale Hotel
Saturday 2nd July - Caringbah Bizzo's
The Homeland Security Tour 2005 with Shihad
Shihad and cog are joining forces to tour nationally on The Homeland Security Tour 2005 in August and September. 'Homeland Security' is also the name of an American organisation whose mandate is to secure the U.S. from terrorist attacks. The tour has been named as an ironic reflection of the two bands being juxtaposed against the collapse of freedom and the current climate of generating fear.
Wednesday 24th August – Armidale UNE
Thursday 25th August – West Tamworth Leagues Club
Friday 26th August – Panthers, Newcastle
Saturday 27th August – Enmore Theatre, Sydney – with special guests Peabody
Sunday 28th August – Penrith RSL
Thursday 1st September – ANU Refectory, Canberra
Friday 2nd September – Shellharbour Workers Club, Wollongong
Saturday 3rd September – Forum, Melbourne – with special guests Peabody
Sunday 4th September – Heaven, Adelaide (licensed & all ages)
cog is also supporting Shihad on their New Zealand album tour in July.
Thursday 7th July - PowerStation, Auckland
Friday 8th July - Altitude, Hamilton
Saturday 9th July - Town Hall, Wellington
Friday 15th July - University Union Hall, Dunedin
Saturday 16th July - Town Hall, Christchurch
All shows with Die Die Die and Kora
Check the tour section of the web site for full details of all these dates.
J Award nomination
The New Normal has been nominated for the inaugural J Award by JJJ radio. The award recongises the best Australian album of the year, with the winner to be announced later this year in December.
Web site updates
You can watch the video for My Enemy on the site now in the new video section, and send a request or vote for cog with the new links in the links section. Newsletter subscriptions are also back on the site.
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