It’s FINALLY here, and it. is. EPIC.
Speculation is rife.
Expectations = flipped.
They’re back in the country and getting back on the road.
“If any other band in the category had won, it would have made sense.”
There’s been a whole lotta’ backlash.
And there’s a brand new stage in the mix.
With some killer supports!
Northlane are hitting the road again, and bringing some m8s along.
“I’m in love with the new Hellions album and couldn’t help but cover this track.”
Tickets on sale THIS WEEK!
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
Australia’s other biggest heavy music festival UNIFY Gathering has just amped things up a notch for 2016, adding a DIY Aussie supergroup to its sophomore bill. Introducing The All Nighters: “the best cover band you’ve never heard of”, consisting of Hellions members Matt Gravolin and Anthony Caruso and Heroes For Hire frontman Duane Hazell. The news comes after hardcore punks
Sydney’s free and all ages Loud Festival has announced its triumphant return, with Loud Fest 2015 now slated for November with performances from Hellions, Stories, Endless Heights, Void Of Vision, Bare Bones and Harbours. Taking place at Sydney’s The Lair (deep under The Metro Theatre), Loud Fest 2015 is returning to help celebrate the Best
Stray From The Path aren’t straying from their Australian touring commitments. In fact, a visit to our shores is at the top of the New York hardcore stalwarts’ 2016 To Do List. After allowing themselves a couple of days to recover from the inevitable New Years’ hangover, the fellas will kick off 2016 with a
Sydney hardcore band Hellions are about to set-off to cover most of the country, announcing a massive 11-date national tour. Due to begin in August, the tour will see the band cover all the main cities with a few regional stops along the way. The band released their second album Indian Summer earlier this year,
Some of Australia’s best-loved musos (and a few much-loved international acts) have teamed up to raise money for two local charities, by auctioning off some unique and super-collectible items. Announced today, and led by Byron Bay post-hardcore band In Hearts Wake, the auction includes items donated by the likes of local acts The Amity Affliction,