Auckland five-piece Xile are bringing the taste of “Kiwi style” hardcore to Southeast Asia on new tour No Remorse.

In an announcement this week, the band revealed they’ll be performing in Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore in October following a run of shows in China. See details below.

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October 5 – Phonm Penh, Counter Cultural Centre (with Sliten6ix)
Tickets: USD3 at door

October 6 – Ho Chi Minh City, La Fenêtre Soleil (Beat Them Down concert with Truth Be Known, Disobey, Razor Leaf, Crooked, and Timekiller)
Tickets: At door

October 7 – Kuala Lumpur, Rumah Api, Menara MPAJ (with Reach Out, Krusty, Black Wounds, and Rumpelskin)
Tickets: RM25 at door

October 8 – Singapore, Decline (with Exhibitors, Guilty Mind, Plague Bearer and A State of Pain)
Tickets: SGD20 at door

The tour is brought to you by ACPHC (Nothing, Turnover), Death’s Grip Records and BDHW.

Xile are a heavy hardcore band from Grafton, New Zealand, consisting of Luke Manson on vocals, Dylan Cameron and Simon Bonner on guitar, Jai Morrow on drums, and Lee Waddingham on bass. Their style has been described as reminiscent of their compatriot heavyweights like The Burial and Promise of Bloodshed with a tinge of European beatdown of Nasty and Malevolence.

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Lyrically the band explores different subjects from religious discontent to the violent state of our modern world, mixed in with darker themes of Slayer-influenced murderous escapades. Xile released their EP Grafton last year. Here’s “Warzone”.

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