Melbourne rockers Calling All Cars are returning home for a special one-off homecoming show in April, after spending the last 18 months living in England and touring throughout Europe and the US. When Calling All Cars are back in Australia, the three-piece will be showcasing some brand-new material at a limited capacity show at Melbourne’s
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As Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel played over the loudspeakers, Calling All Cars jumped on stage and started rockin’ out. The Melbourne trio ensured that everyone in the crowd understood that a brilliantly deranged spectacle was to be had at The Tivoli that evening. The group’s entrance song may have been confusing, but their short and
Ahead of their September Australian tour, Scottish rock outfit Biffy Clyro have hand picked Melbourne-bred trio Calling All Cars to join them on their upcoming run of shows. Adding to what has already been a very eventful year for the three-piece, they will now join the Scottish outfit as they hit up stages in Brisbane,
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Having recently announced their much anticipated new album Raise The People will drop on March 7th, Melbourne based rockers Calling All Cars have announced an extensive 22-date national tour across the country bringing their act to city and regional stages alike. With two radio singles Werewolves and Standing In The Ocean from the album saturating
Melbourne’s KINGSWOOD have been busy – fresh back on home soil from the US the grit-rockers have just inked a deal with Brisbane’s Dew Process, alongside the likes of The Living End and The Hives, and have today revealed to the world their new single Sucker Punch. Sucker Punch is the first taste of KINGSWOOD’s
Kingswood and Calling All Cars have announced that they’ll be heading Down Under in December to embark on the ‘Life’s A Beach Tour’, which will see them blitzing through an extensive run of East Coast shows, delivering memorable summer nights for all their fans. Travelling with their new single Sucker Punch in tow, Melburnians Kingswood
While Calling All Cars‘ latest visual offering bares the NSFW tag, Werewolves likely falls on the minor end of that scale. However, get caught watching this one in the wrong workplace, and you very well may be fired. Coast clear? Ok, we can continue. Released back in September, Werewolves was the first glimpse at a
Hard rock advocates Calling All Cars have entered uncharteed waters for their third and currently unnamed album, with the band today unveiling the first single from the album, Werewolves. It’s a sonic left turn and it’s worked, so they’re coming to a stage near you to prove it. Werewolves is a far more fuzzed-out, industrial-sounding
Arts Marshall opened their set to a densely packed Annandale room, winning over the punters with their high-energy and catchy rock music. They played with an intensity that defied their role as opening band. A band making waves in Perth with their debut EP, they are definitely a band to watch for the future.
Calling All Cars have announced a run of Australian tour dates throughout April and May which includes shows in all the capital cities.
Kanye West may have captivated the crowd with plenty of hits and personal stories – but it was the rock acts and Australia’s hottest hip hop duo which turned out the best performances at yesterday’s Melbourne Big Day Out.
Yesterday we had reports that the frontman of Melbourne band Calling All Cars, Haydn Ing had been rushed to hospital after being knocked out while performing their set at the Big Day Out (Sydney) yesterday. The enthusiastic singer was keen to join in with the crowd after playing their second song, a muscular cover of
After being impressed with the debut single Reptiles, I was looking forward to this album. Melbourne’s Calling All Cars have gathered themselves a positive live reputation with no-nonsense, catchy rock songs. This album Dancing With A Dead Man is the band’s second and is much better than their debut record a few years back Hold,
Redcoats kicked things off tonight. Heavy rock with plenty of thundering bass lines and enough hair to head bang too. For some reason my focus was on the bass player who was throwing his soul onto each song. A really good sound for these guys. At times bordering on psychedelic stoner rock with massive riffs
A few years ago Calling All Cars were just three boys from the coast playing punk songs and dreaming of touring the country and releasing albums. Today they can say they’ve toured the country a number of times with the likes of AC/DC and Queens Of The Stone Age and released a few EPs and
With their rock and roll kicks tied tight, Calling All Cars will roll through Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide with much hyped Sydney band Strangers and Brisbane indie pop up‐and‐comers, The Cairos, in tow. The tour is in support of their new single Reptile due out May 1st. The Reptile dates are – Friday 27
Following on from touring nationally with ACDC last year for their Black Ice tour, Calling All Cars are back on the big touring wagon again, this time playing support for Queens Of The Stone Age. Currently writing material for their follow up to their acclaimed 2010 debut Hold, Hold, Fire, these shows will be the
The Butterfly Effect return to the live stage for the first time in 2010 with a national tour.
Goddamn, how lucky do we have it musically in this country right now? There are so many good bands and artists, I sometimes wonder why we bother with any of the hype bands from across the pond. Not only have the opportunities to get your music out to the public increased, the quality of albums