The Canberra rockers are taking their new music on the road.
Hands Like Houses
We tested this out in the office and can confirm legitimacy.
The latest single from that huge new Silverchair tribute album.
It’s FINALLY here, and it. is. EPIC.
They’ve supported Bring Me The Horizon and Northlane, but this time they’re heading out on their own.
The tour just got even heavier.
Get them in your ears, stat.
Caught in the undertow, just caught in the undertow.
WELCOME TO MAYHEM.
Their biggest national headline tour to date.
The Canberra rockers go super-smooth on ‘Don’t Speak’.
“Rock is still very much alive. It’s just evolved into a different kind of monster, and Australia has some of the best monsters there is.”
Two undeniable forces in Australian heavy music, are teaming up for one very special tour!
“With Dissonants, Hands Like Houses stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the world’s finest at the forefront of rock’s newest chapter: one that is melodic, danceable, heavy AF and packing blockbuster production.”
Ohhhhhhhh shiiiiiiiiiiit, it’s the return of Music Feeds Faves, our weekly column where the team gathers together their favourite new songs to juice you up with a fresh new playlist for the weekend. For our first week back in 2016, we take a look at the tracks that got us frothing over the summer break.
Tarwin Meadows is in the middle of buttfuck nowhere. A sprawling dustbowl out in the south-eastern Victorian shticks, surrounded by dense bushland, rambling cattle farms and sleepy fishing spots. And it’s an odd day for the quiet pastoral town of Tarwin Lower, because a legion of rowdy metalcore fans has suddenly got the townsfolk outnumbered
Brisbane’s Big Ass Tour just got bigger.
On Saturday night, the Qantas Credit Union Arena was a sea of undercuts, snapbacks and the occasional superhero morphsuit as punters filed in for the first of six Australian shows for The Big Ass Tour, headlined by The Amity Affliction and A Day to Remember. A mix of MySpace alumni and scene newcomers, the mosh