Israel isn’t a country that springs to mind when rattling off thriving punk-rock scenes, in fact the Middle East probably wouldn’t even rate a mention. That’s not to say it’s not alive and hasn’t been for a number of years now. Israel’s own Useless ID have been representing their homeland for almost 20 years now and stand on their own as the most successful representation of punk rock from the Middle East and are heading back down under this November in support of their most recent Fat Wreck Chords release ‘Symptoms‘. For this tour they will team up with Perth’s The Decline. The band recently returned from a successful European tour as they continue to support their 2011 album ‘Are You Going to Eat That?‘ Tickets are on sale today for the tour via Oztix. Expand this post for all the dates and venues.

Chopdog Promo, 5hrflight and present
8th – Prince of Wales, Bunbury [18+] Doors 8:00pm
9th – Blood Rock Fest, Rosemount Hotel, Perth [18+] Doors 2:30pm
10th – Crown and Anchor, Adelaide [18+] Doors 6:30pm
12th – The Workers Club, Melbourne [18+] Doors 7:30pm
13th – Great Northern, Newcastle [18+] Doors 7:00pm
14th – Hot Damn, Sydney [18+] Doors 8:00pm (Door sales only)
15th – Crowbar, Brisbane [18+] Doors 8:00pm
—> Tickets available today.
—> For more information, visit [Here].


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