Parkway Drive have gone gold with their latest album IRE.  Photo Contributed
Parkway Drive have gone gold with their latest album IRE. Photo Contributed Contributed

The Hard Word: Parkway Drive goes gold with IRE

Resist Records has announced that IRE the fifth studio album for Byron Bay heavyweights PARKWAY DRIVE has gone GOLD.

IRE which debuted at #1, was named by iTunes as Best Metal Album of 2015 now joins their four previous albums in all achieving GOLD ARIA sales status.

Frontman Winston McCall says "We just want to say a massive thanks. We continue to be humbled by the support our fans have shown us time and time again.

"We poured everything we had into IRE and took our first step into the true unknown, thank you all for taking that step with us, thank you for another massive milestone."

Australian fans can catch PARKWAY DRIVE as they wrap up their ALL AUSSIE ADVENTURE tour, before the band heads to Europe for an extensive August headline tour that culminates in the band playing mainstage at legendary Reading/Leeds festivals.

THURSDAY 23 JUNE - PCYC, BATEAU BAY (AA)

FRIDAY 24 JUNE - PANTHERS, PENRITH (AA) SOLD OUT

SATURDAY 25 JUNE - WOLLONGONG UNI, WOLLONGONG (AA) SOLD OUT

SUNDAY 26 JUNE - ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, SUTHERLAND (AA)

THURSDAY 30 JUNE - THE CUBE, WODONGA (AA)

FRIDAY 1 JULY- BENDIGO STADIUM, BENDIGO (AA)

SATURDAY 2 JULY - THE ARENA, GEELONG (AA)

SUNDAY 3 JULY - CHELSEA HEIGHTS HOTEL, CHELSEA HEIGHTS (18+) SOLD OUT

MONDAY 4 JULY - CHELSEA HEIGHTS HOTEL, CHELSEA HEIGHTS (18+)


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