US hardcore punk band Death By Stereo have used a recent Californian show to deliver a resounding “fuck you” to Australian promoter Ben Neilson of Hits and Pits festival, who is rumoured to owe thousands of dollars following this year’s event. The American band toured Australia as part of the Hits and Pits festival earlier
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US pop-punk outfit The Ataris have cancelled their appearances at the upcoming Hits and Pits Festival 2013 2.0 the band’s booker has revealed on their official Facebook page. Frontman Kristopher Roe‘s fear of flying is reportedly the cause behind the cancellation. “The Ataris will not be performing on any dates of the Hits & Pits
Ahead of their celebrated return to Australia as part of Hits And Pits 2.0, Off With Their Heads vocalist Ryan Young was patched through to Music Feeds HQ for our latest podcast episode, and we did our best to wrap our heads around the awesomeness that dwells within the band and, by extension, the festival.
The cats behind Hits And Pits Festival 2.0 have announced today that they will be effectively splitting the festival in half in an effort to ensure fans from Newcastle and Wollongong don’t miss out on the action. Both of the regional shows will kick off on the same day, Wednesday, 20th November. Newcastle will be
For the first time in the band’s extensive history, Black Flag have announced that they will be heading to Australia for a string of tour dates. Fronted by vocalist Ron Reyes, the long overdue Aussie tour will take place this November as part of the Hits And Pits 2.0 festival. You’d be hard pressed to
Hits And Pits Festival have just announced another round of punk and post-hardcore headliners including the colossal scalp of Bad Astronaut for Hits And Pits 2.0, the event’s second visit to Australian shores this year. One of the biggest coos for the festival lineup is the announcement that Bad Astronaut have joined the fray. The
Hit and Pits Festival is coming back to Australia for the second time this year, bringing punk and post-hardcore throughout the country for the month of November. For round two Hits and Pits are bringing out international acts Boysetsfire, No Fun At All, Jughead’s Revenge and Off With Their Heads. And that’s only the start
This coming March (2013) Australia is set to be hit by one of the toughest mini-festivals we’ve ever really seen, all at the hands of Hit & Pits Festival 2013. Organisers have today pulled the sheet back on the lineup, which features some of the biggest and baddest names in punk-rock, ska-punk, folk, and acoustic.