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
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
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
During a recent show at Asbury Lanes, last night I believe, The Ataris experienced probably the worst thing that can happen to a band while on stage – a lousy drummer. Frontman Kris Roe ended the nightmare in the most punk-rock way possible, by throwing the entire kit at the drummer.