Destroy All Lines signs Parkway Drive: ‘Our most successful metal export’
The band will be repped by the company’s general manager, Chris O’Brien.
“This is a dream come true to be at the helm of guiding Parkway Drive in the next phase of their career,” O’Brien said.
“They are our biggest and most successful metal export headlining numerous festivals throughout Europe and the UK including Wacken and Full Force.
“After headlining Good Things Festival for us in 2019 the sky is the limit and to be approached by the band to be their promoter in Australia and New Zealand is an absolute honour and I can’t wait to get started!”
Parkway Drive has twice won an ARIA award for best hard rock/ heavy metal album.
Their documentary movie Viva The Underdogs was screened for one night only across the world on January 22, detailing their 15-year rise to fame.
The soundtrack, of live recordings from their Wacken Open Air 2019 headline performance, had three songs re-recorded in German.
The follow-up dates through Europe, Australia and North America had to be postponed until this year due to the pandemic close-down.
Last month the band released a merchandise range to raise funds for their road crew.
Destroy All Lines also recently expanded its roster with Melbourne progressive The Omnific, a trio with two bass players and a drummer.
The deal came as The Omnific simultaneously signed a worldwide record deal with Tibor Gede’s Wild Thing Records and management to Wild Thing Presents ahead of an album in late 2021.
Lead-off single ‘Wax & Wane’ drops May 21. Their three EPs clocked in 5 million Spotify streams and 2 million views on their Youtube channel.