Our album 'Wishful Thinking' is OUT NOW!
Our album 'Wishful Thinking' is OUT NOW!
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About Our Band

Heavy music with meaning.

The mantra since day one for Perth metalcore outfit Patient Sixty-Seven.

Despite hailing from one of the most isolated cities in the world, the bands heart and polished metalcore sound - combining crushing breakdowns, ambient guitars and the two-headed vocal tandem of Tom Kiely and Rory Venville - has proven it’s more than just about where you’re from.

Following their self-released 2020 EP Home Truths (Including singles ‘What’s Left Of Us’, ‘Help Inflicted’ and the standout lead track ‘Where To From Here’) - the band began generating a buzz amongst fans of metalcore for their heartfelt and passionate approach to their music.

The last 12 months has seen the band amass millions of streams along with a dedicated and passionate fanbase - through word of mouth and a powerful and dedicated work ethic alone. 
A work ethic that has driven their DIY approach since day one - and served them well even as shows came to a halt.

With the bands debut label release (a deluxe re-release of their Home Truths EP via Invogue Records), Patient Sixty-Seven have shown no signs of slowing down any time soon following a string of successful releases through 2019-20.

The deluxe EP saw huge collaborations with Rory Rodriguez (Dayseeker), Kellin Quinn (Sleeping with Sirens) and metalcore outfit Outline in Color  further staking Patient Sixty-Seven's claim as one of the brightest young bands in the genre. 

The group have also released several heavy-hitting covers - including their rendition of Dua Lipa's IDGAF which has since surpassed 1.5 million streams on Spotify alone, continuing to mark their approachability in seamlessly blurring the lines between melody/aggression.

With new music already on the horizon, and unarmed with an unmatched work ethic, passion and hunger to show the world what they're made of - Patient Sixty-Seven have proven they are quickly becoming ones to watch in the world of alternative music. 
Stay tuned and see why.