Australian rockers Massive return with multiple festival dates and a headline tour across the UK in June and July 2017.

The band will also release a new single “Calm Before The Storm” on the 2nd June 2017.
Taken from their forthcoming album, “Calm Before The Storm” is a big rock tune. Powerful riffs overlaid with the unique vocals of Brad Marr. It’s a perfect showcase for this band who are quickly establishing themselves at the forefront of the next wave of hard rock acts.

Massive are Brad Marrs (lead vocal and guitar), Brendan Forward (backing vocal and lead guitar), Mick Quee (backing vocal and bass) and Jarrod Medwin (backing vocal and drums). Hailing from the land of Oz the one thing these four have in common is a love for all thing rock and lager. Combined they come together to form a true rock ‘n roll band with a sound that is reminiscent of classic era Guns ‘N Roses and AC/DC. A stunning live act, these shows are not to be missed.

An accomplished live act. Having toured with the likes of Blackberry Smoke and The Treatment. With sixteen headline shows and four festivals across June and July 2017, Massive is set to bring their mayhem to the UK this summer. The band is ecstatic to be heading back out on the road in the UK.

Massive UK/European dates in 2017 as follows:
June 17 – Stone Free Festival, London
June 18 – Salutation Inn, Nottingham
June 21 – The Iron Road, Evesham
June 23 – Wildfire Festival, Wiston
June 27 – Doka Antzokia, San Sebastian (Spain)
June 28 – El Zagal, San Martin (Spain)
June 29 – Tropicana Club, Santona (Spain)
June 30 – Pub Leno, Malpica (Spain)
July 1 – Piscinas, Jimenez De Jamuz (Spain)
July 2 – Salason, Calgas (Spain)
July 5 – Schaubude, Kiel (Germany)
July 6 – Cowboy Und Indianer, Hamburg (Germany)
July 7 – Julz, Bingen (Germany)
July 8 – Rock Classic, Brusselles (Belgium)
July 14 – Proud, London headline
July 15 – Wheatsheaf, Oxford headline
July 16 – Retro Bar, Manchester headline
July 18 – Trillians, Newcastle headline
July 19 – Bannermans, Edinburgh headline
July 20 – Wool Pack Live, Doncaster headline
July 21 – Krazyhouse, Liverpool headline
July 22 – The Station, Cannock headline
July 23 – Amplified Music Fest, Gloucester
July 25 – Talking Heads, Southampton headline
July 26 – The Exchange, Bristol headline
July 27 – The Scene, Swansea headline
July 28 – Two Pigs Rock Club, Cheltenham headline
July 30 – Ramblin’ Man Fair, Maidstone

Tickets for headline dates available from and all other usual outlets