In support of bushfire relief, King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard have shared two brand new live albums.
All the proceeds from sales of the records will go straight to Animals Australia and Wildlife Victoria.
All the profits from the two brand new King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard live albums will go directly to Animals Australia and Wildlife Victoria.
Reports suggest that over a billion animals have perished due to the recent fires covering Australia. These releases are one of a multitude of ways in which bands are trying to support the bushfire effort.
Having recently announced a pair of mammoth concerts that are set to cover their entire discography (15 goddamn albums) at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles (18th April 2020) and the iconic Red Rocks in Colorado (6th May 2020), King Gizz are one of the most in-demand live acts on the planet.
The two live albums, one recorded in Adelaide and another recorded in Paris, both cost only $10 each. This is an amazing deal, because you get to rage to some heavy as hell music while also supporting an incredible cause. Both albums cover a good proportion of the band’s ridiculously large catalogue, with a juicy helping of new material and the inclusion of a number of ‘hits’ (if that’s what you can call them).
If you want to catch the euphoric experience of seeing the Gizz live, you better get your tickets to Laneway Festival in February ASAP.
You can grab your copy of both live recordings below: