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With campaigning for the next US presidential election well and truly underway, a joke candidate called Deez Nuts has entered the race, and he’s unintentionally bringing Melbourne band Deez Nuts along with him. Mr Nuts’ campaign is giving the hardcore outfit of the same name an insight into what it would be like if they
Deez Nuts were made for walking, but that’s probably not what they should do. Now that the hardcore heroes have announced a monster nine-date national tour in support of their forthcoming full-length album, Word Is Bond, flying would be the much more logical choice. The Melbourne-bred foursome will be teaming up with UNFD label-mates Antagonist
Earlier this month Melbourne hardcore band Deez Nuts released details of their new album, Word Is Bond, and today they’ve dropped the first taster from the record, What’s Good?. What’s Good? is a short, thrashing track that sees the band at their heaviest and darkest. Frontman JJ Peters commands the track and its accompanying video
Melbourne hardcore dudes Deez Nuts have confirmed that their new album, dubbed Word Is Bond, will be available for fans to plug into their earholes from Friday, April 24th. Out via UNFD, the band’s fourth studio LP was produced by Andrew Neufeld (Comeback Kid) and Shane Frisby (The Ghost Inside, Bury Your Dead), and frontman
The Amity Affliction have added two new shows, an under-18s gig in Geelong and a second show on the Gold Coast, to the band’s national ‘The Weighdown Under’ tour early next year. The new under-18s gig will take place at the Wool Exchange in Geelong on Sunday, 11th January, and will be the only under-18s
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Fresh off the Soundwave tour, Melbourne hardcore outfit Deez Nuts have announced that longtime bass player Jon Green will be handing over the rhythm reins to new member Sean Kennedy. In a statement the band insist there is no bad blood between Green and the other members. “Sadly we must announce that our brother Jon
It’s not just about the headliners…
Melbourne’s favourite all-ages festival, Push Over, will be back for its 22nd year in 2014, taking over Sidney Myer Music Bowl on the Labour Day public holiday, Monday, March 10th, and offering a smattering of glorious hip hop, rock, indie, hardcore and punk for you to feast on. If you’re into a bit of Aussie
Having warmed up their album tour with shows in New Zealand, Europe and Asia, ghettocore pioneers Deez Nuts are now in fine form to return Down Under and unveil their third album Bout It in front of a home crowd. With a solid lineup and a strong back catalogue, this is sure to be a
J.J. Peters talks ‘Bout It’ and shedding the one-man band
Even if it’s too early for a drink, it’s never to early to listen to a song about drinking by Deez Nuts, who have released their new video for single Shot After Shot, essentially an incredibly stylish lyric vid, which should help you keep up with the rapid-fire vocal delivery of frontman J.J. Peters. The
Amidst the buzz surrounding their recent comeback, I Killed The Prom Queen have made the unfortunate announcement that founding member, drummer and absolute mad dog JJ Peters will no longer be part of the band as he will now be focusing solely on his once side-project Deez Nuts. Both Peters and Jona Weinhofen have commented
Deez Nuts have truly brought the chug in another hectic collection of hardcore tracks for the #hashtag generation. Lyrically, Deez Nuts are the heftiest dose of teenage rebellion that Australian alt music has going for it. It’s simple, it’s juvenile but it’s ridiculously catchy. Gratuitous glorification of partying, alcohol and drug consumption fill each track
One of our most beloved hardcore summer tours is set for another instalment of its unique brand of partying. The Boys of Summer Tour will be kicking into gear early next year with one of the sickest lineups we’ve seen yet. Taking out the headlining position for the tour is none other than Ghettocore pioneer