Michael Crafter, frontman and founder of Melbourne metalcore outfit Confession, has announced that after seven years, the outfit are calling it a day, adding that following the break up he is “done with being in a band”. “I started this band in 2008 with the idea of continuing to do music and play shows. 7
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Australian metalcore outfit Confession are hitting the road again this October in support of their new record, Life And Death. Vocalist Michael Crafter will lead his band for 10 raucous shows across the east coast. Since their formation in 2008, Confession have endured a long and storied trajectory. Their third studio album, Life And Death,
Confession frontman Michael Crafter has defended his band’s use of posters advertising the band’s recent single, Fuck Cancer. Appearing on 3AW’s morning program with Neil Mitchell earlier today, Crafter stressed the importance of the message behind the single’s “offensive” title and lyrics. “It’s making an impact, it’s making a statement,” said Crafter. “These people are
Love them or hate them, The Amity Affliction have had an immeasurable influence in putting Australia on the heavy music map. The post-hardcore group’s latest release, Chasing Ghosts, went gangbusters all over the world, though by the sound of things, that didn’t impress their record label. There have been signs before of tension between the