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PVRIS appear to have vanished from social media and we’re basically just hoping they come back before their Australian shows with The Amity Affliction.
Whipping fans into a frenzy online, Lynn Gunn and co have gone and emptied their Twitter and Instagram accounts, along with deleting everything from their personal accounts to boot.
No, the band haven’t suffered a serious case of Twitter typos, but instead seem to be teasing something new. Which is, by default, very exciting.
Imagery across the band’s accounts appears to show some blurry white text on a black background.
The good news is that Aussie fans could be looking at hearing brand new PVRIS material when they tour here in June.
PVRIS will be hitting the road with Brisbane metallers The Amity Affliction, alongside fellow support acts in Ohio noise-makers Beartooth and rising Perth mob, Make Them Suffer.