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“We really like this.”
They smell what Aus is cooking.
There’s no way but the hard way, so get used to it.
“No ballads, no bullshit.”
After all, it can’t be just anyone.
The festival gods smiled upon Splendour In The Grass for a third consecutive day, delivering blue skies and warm weather for a pleasant morning. The opening group of bands delivered the tightest choice thus far – a toss up between PVT, The Growl and The Jungle Giants. Seasoned local experimental trio PVT felt like the
Perched at the centre of the Corner Hotel stage was Airbourne singer and lead guitarist Joel O’Keeffe. He raised the VB can clenched in his twisted paw and we watched as it was momentarily eviscerated between his protracted claws and emptied in a single gush into his waiting muzzle. He discarded the remnants of the
It’s a big day for home-grown heroes Airbourne, who have begun pumping fans up for their soon-to-be-released album by offering a new tune as a free download, while WWE have announced that they’ll be pouncing on their previous single to use as the official WWE Extreme Rules theme song. We’ll start with their new song,
With their brand new album soon to be safely in the hands of the masses and some prime real estate on the Splendour In The Grass 2013 poster, Airbourne have announced they will be keeping the momentum flowing with a run of headlining tour dates. Kicking off in July, the lads will be in fine
The last few days have seen a slew of Splendour 2013 sideshows announced and, to be honest, it’s been difficult just keeping track of them all, so here’s the entire bunch of SITG sideshow dates and venues in one easy to consume chunk! Everything Everything, Cold War Kids, James Blake, Haim, FIDLAR, Daughter, Jake Bugg,
All the bands from this morning’s announcement!
Airbourne is the latest name to appear on the so far fairly impressive Splendour In The Grass 2014 line-up. Between now and then, the band will be releasing their newest album Black Dog Barking, expected Monday, May 20th, so the gang will no doubt be geed-up to blow our minds. The news came during an
New Jersey-via-Warrnambool band Airbourne has revealed the first taste of tunes from their forthcoming third album, Black Dog Barking, releasing first single Live It Up on YouTube. Live It Up is the lead single from the record and starts off, as many of their songs do, in the vein of their idols AC/DC, specifically with
Warnambool’s favourite heavy-hittin’, Jack Daniels-guzzling rockers Airbourne have announced details of their third album, due out on May 17. Black Dog Barking is the follow-up to 2010’s second record No Guts, No Glory and was produced by Brian Howes, who has previously been behind the desk for the not-so-rockin’ Nickleback, Hinder, and Puddle of Mudd.
Australia’s favourite Jack Daniels-drinking, blue-singlet wearing, guitar-wailing pub rockers Airbourne have scored themselves a spot on the bill at Germany’s Rock am Ring and Rock im Park Festivals in Germany next year. The now US-based band, who have a strong fanbase in Germany, will join the likes of Green Day, The Prodigy, The Wombats and