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Ghost – Meliora

Operating within a culture obsessed with celebrity, fiercely anonymous satanic metal sextet Ghost are an anomaly, choosing to reject the idolatry bestowed upon rock god’s in favour of living artistic lives dedicated to spreading the message of the dark lord.

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Bad//Dreems – Dogs At Bay

In the current trend of brutally honest and undoubtedly Australian artists, Adelaide quartet BAD//DREEMS have surely nestled themselves firmly in the hearts of their country compadres.

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The Waifs – Beautiful You

If anything, The Waifs definitely deserve to win the prize for longevity.

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Stray From The Path – Subliminal Criminals

Subliminal criminal’s of the world, Long Island political hardcore lifers Stray From The Path are calling you out and true to their legacy, their discontent is anything but subliminal.

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Dead Letter Circus – Aesthesis

‘Aesthesis’ is the elemental awareness of sensory stimulation, as such it is the perfect choice of moniker for the mesmerising new full-length from Dead Letter Circus.

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The Jungle Giants – Speakerzoid

“What’s a Speakerzoid.

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The Rubens – Hoops

The deep, stirring hum and pounding kick drum of Hallelujah pulse through my headphones and I can honestly say I’m pumped.

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Buried In Verona – Vultures Above, Lions Below

Sydney’s Buried In Verona are one of the more divisive bands in the Australian heavy music scene, attracting legions of lovers and haters known to express themselves with equal passion.

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Josh Pyke – But For All These Shrinking Hearts

Whenever I listen to Josh Pyke I’m instantly transported to when I first came across his music.

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Nerdlinger – Trend Setter EP

If you’re a fan of an unpolished thrashing of balls-to-wall guitars, incessant drumming patterns and infectious hooks then Trend Setter, the latest 8-track offering by southern-Sydney dudes Nerdlinger is your bag.