“This is a metal show, not a UFC death match”
In Hearts Wake
“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.”
Featuring all 10 band members
The full bill for this year’s US punk rock summer camp has arrived.
It’s not going to be conventional, one band after the other, it’s going to be quite different.
Two undeniable forces in Australian heavy music, are teaming up for one very special tour!
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
Soundwave shmoundwave. The UNIFY Gathering 2016 lineup is here and it is one heavy metal mother-beast SO GO ON AND BEHOLD ITS MONSTROUS GLORY. Topping the gargantuan 20-strong bill are one of Australia’s biggest ever musical exports Parkway Drive, plus Sydney pop punkers Tonight Alive as well as behemoth international acts Neck Deep, State Champs,
In Hearts Wake have bum rushed the triple j studio this fine Friday to drop a mind-blowing cover of their Byron Bay brethren Parkway Drive’s song Vice Grip for Like A Version. After a stripped-back rendish of their Earthwalker LP track Wildflower, the metalcore fivesome made good on their hint that their impending cover related
UPDATE 25/09/25: The full UNIFY Gathering lineup is here! In Hearts Wake just become the first act to be officially confirmed for the 2016 UNIFY Gathering. The Byron Bay lads broke the news this morning during their visit to the triple j studios, where they ripped out a stripped-back cover of Parkway Drive’s Ire single
Turns out In Hearts Wake are massive Potterheads. The Byron Bay metalcore act has become notorious for hiding clues inside their music for fans to find. They famously concealed a booklet in the CD tray of their Earthwalker LP, which cryptically hinted at the forthcoming release of its sequel, their most recent album, Skydancer, way
In Hearts Wake have already sold out shows in Australia’s capital cities so now they’re turning their attention to the regional areas. The post-hardcore band have locked-in 14 shows across regional Australia taking them to places like Launceston, Townsville and Mulgrave. They’re travelling with a jam-packed gust lineup of Make Them Suffer, Ocean Grove and
Turns out Byron Bay boys In Hearts Wake known how to rock a banjo, or at least look comfortable holding one. In what appears to be celebration of the news that their recently released third studio album Skydancer is closing in on Mumford & Sons new release Wilder Mind on the ARIA album charts, In
The impact of the freak storm cell that laid waste to parts of New South Wales last week has been felt across the board, causing transport chaos, destroying property and even claiming a handful of lives. Byron Bay metalcore act In Hearts Wake weren’t immune, and the warehouse where physical copies of their new Skydancer
That’s right — Byron Bay post-hardcore troupe In Hearts Wake have released a video game inspired by the incredibly frustrating mobile app Flappy Bird, and they’ve hidden a brand-new track inside it. The game, called Skyhoppers, is set in the sky, with users being able to choose which band member (either Jake, Ben, Eaven or
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,
In anticipation of their forthcoming album Skydancer, and corresponding national tour this May, Byron Bay’s post-hardcore renegades In Hearts Wake have released a new live video for the disc’s title track, and holy shitsauce does it shred harder than a furious cheese grater wank sesh. The clip, which is for the song Skydancer by the
Byron Bay post-hardcore outfit In Hearts Wake have announced they will be parting ways with their “long time drummer, friend and brother” Caleb Burton. “Caleb’s departure is for personal reasons and as a result he will be unable to partake in our very busy international touring schedule,” the band wrote in a statement. “We all
Post-hardcore lads In Hearts Wake are hitting the road to toast the release of their brand new album, Skydancer, and they’re bringing some pretty big names along for the ride. Detroit hellraisers We Came As Romans will be supporting the Byron Bay boys on their headline tour, with extra backup from Ohio’s Beartooth and Melbourne
In Hearts Wake have finally shared details of their long-teased musical project, Skydancer, which will now see release as an album on 1st May. The full-length is the second half of the band’s secret (well, pretty secret) plans to release an accompaniment to their 2014 album, Earthwalker. In a statement on Facebook, the band have