With a music video filmed at UNIFY 2017!
House Vs. Hurricane
“There really is a sense of camaraderie found at Unify that’s different to other festivals”
And it’s bloody massive.
It’s been a helluva ride for Melbourne post-hardcore legends House Vs. Hurricane but, after a groundbreaking EP and two albums, they have announced that they will be hanging up their leads and moving on to different things. One of the most successful musical exports to come from the Australian scene, House Vs. Hurricane took their
Marking the first headlining Australian tour for I Killed The Prom Queen since their 2008 Say Goodbye farewell tour, the East Coast Rampage Tour is about as aptly named as a tour can be. For a run of shows throughout June, Prom Queen will be joined by House Vs Hurricane, Buried In Verona and Saviour
As per announcements from both Big Day Out and House Vs Hurricane, the band’s scheduled performance at the Melbourne leg has now been moved due to an external transport problem, which also effected the media. According to our man in the field, Kiel, the truck carrying House Vs Hurricane’s gear broke down en route to
This show would have to be the ultimate definition of bittersweet. Much like going to see a dying relative for the last time, only a lot less dramatic – but you know what I mean. For the past 10 years, Alexisonfire have been guiding me and many others like me through all the trials and
Released in July, Crooked Teeth marks the glorious return of Melbourne post-hardcore outfit House Vs Hurricane. The band ripped the scene to shreds with their synthy break-downs and bass drops back in 2008, something we’d all heard in bands like The Devil Wears Prada, but seeing the same noise come out of a local band
Melbourne’s House Vs. Hurricane have become one of Australia’s most successful musical exports. Since their inception with 2008’s Forfeiture, the band was one of the first in Australia to mix metal with synth overtures successfully, many had done it before but few managed to stick around. That was of course followed by Perspectives, the band’s
Post-hardcore’s House Vs Hurricane have taken things from 0-100 in a matter of months. The band has been drip feeding us tracks and news from their now-released second studio full-length Crooked Teeth, as well as announcing a national tour, and one other minor thing…what was it…oh yeah, they’re playing Big Day Out 2013. Crooked Teeth
A cascade of punks and metal heads descended onto Moore Park as next door Bon Jovi was living on a prayer, here’s hoping his fans didn’t run intoGwar fans afterwards. The first annual No Sleep Til festival had an exciting bill headlined by Megadeth performing their album Rust In Peace in its entirety and icons