“There wasn’t one shitter in the joint.”
“We’re definitely not staying in the same place.”
“If you get an award in the end then fuckin’ cool, that’s great. But if not, then don’t fuckin’ cry about it.”
“If any other band in the category had won, it would have made sense.”
There’s been a whole lotta’ backlash.
They smell what Aus is cooking.
“What do you get when a professional WWE wrestler goes into the mosh pit for the first time in 10 years..? Absolute mayhem!”
And fans are feeling the Ire.
Big and boastful with plenty of huge riffs.
Who knew he was packing such a massive roar?
Time to hit the road.
Toury McTourface anyone?
“Keep The Flame Alive”
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
Parkway Drive were digging Chvrches, Peking Duk loved Tame Impala and Tkay Maidza was all about Kendrick Lamar.
2015 is drawing to a close, which means it’s time again for the annual allocation of J Awards, triple j‘s crowning Ausmusic month event, which celebrates the best music being brewed in our own backyard. The broadcaster has just announced the full run of this year’s nominees, with local heavyweights the likes of Courtney Barnett,
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,
The last decade has seen Byron Bay mosh lords Parkway Drive blastbeat a path from the surf beaches of the NSW North Coast to the forefront of the international metalcore scene. Driven by a spirit of adventure, matched only by their fierce determination to see how far they could take the “shitty band they formed