Putting the BIG in BIGSOUND.
One song even contains an “intentionally placed subliminal message”
The annual Weekender bender is back for round nine.
Dashville, but heavier.
When mass fear spreads throughout a society, innocent people are often unjustly blamed and persecuted. We’ve seen it occur countless times before throughout the course of history, from the Salem Witch Trials to the current Presidential election. And now, it’s happening again. Melbourne hardcore punk band Clowns don’t even wear facepaint, but they’ve still found themselves being targeted by a
“It takes ONE person to fuck a show up for everyone, and likewise it takes ONE person to call out this behaviour and initiate change.”
Throw down for a good cause.
Cue another raucous tour video.
“This is our best line-up ever,” says Cherry Bar’s James Young.
Support act Clowns have also apologised and issued the concertgoer with a refund (stuffed down one of their butt-cracks).
A punk-rock masterclass.
It’ll get medieval on your ass.
Everyone’s favourite Russell Crowe and Kyle and Jackie O antagonising punks Frenzal Rhomb have just announced their return to Australian stages this summer with their Friendless Summer tour set to kick off in December running through early January. Famous for hits like Punch In The Face and Never Had So Much Fun, the Aussie punk
Aussie hardcore punk outfit Clowns have announced their Never Enough national tour, which will be the group’s final headline jaunt for 2015 in support of their latest album, Bad Blood after a killer trip of the US, including performing at the esteemed Riotfest in Chicago. Ahead of their return to home gigs we caught up
Riotfest in Chicago is one of the world’s biggest and most hyped punk and rock festivals in the world and scoring a spot on the lineup is a major win for an Aussie band. Our very own Clowns did just that at the recently held 2015 edition and ahead of their glorious return home this
Aussie hardcore punk outfit Clowns have announced their Never Enough national tour, which will be the group’s final headline jaunt for 2015 in support of their latest album, Bad Blood. Currently touring the US, Clowns will return home in time for an eight-date run around the country this October and November before taking some time
Victoria’s boutique NYE On The Hill festival is back, and has dropped a 2015 lineup featuring the likes of Canberra trio SAFIA, singer-songwriter Kim Churchill and guitar wizard Harts. Also confirmed for NYE On The Hill’s 2015 lineup are hip hop artist Dylan Joel, Woodlock, Clowns, Timberwolf, Jesse Davidson, Ainslie Wills and Pearls, with more
Melbourne rippers Clowns and Outright are officially lubing up the stage for Rise Against on their national headline tour this December. The local lads and ladettes will accompany the Chicago punk rockers on all three of their East Coast arena dates in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney, which will make up their second Australian tour for
Melbourne hardcore punks Clowns have stepped inside the triple j studios this morning for their earliest-ever gig. The four piece covered Alone With You, a 1981 track by Sydney post-punk outfit Sunnyboys for Like A Version, and they dropped in an original as well. “We’re influenced by anything and everything Australian,” Clowns told triple j‘s