The supergroup we need, but don’t deserve.
Buzz Osborne, known to his devoted followers as King Buzzo, has spent three decades fronting the quintessential band’s band, the Melvins. Cited by some of music’s most iconic figures as a formative influence, by Buzzo’s own admission, the Melvins operate the way he wishes other bands would. The frontman’s fidelity to his own true north
Melvins frontman and seminal figure in the grunge movement Buzz Osborne AKA King Buzzo has announced his first-ever run of headlining solo Australian tour dates to coincide with the release of his forthcoming solo acoustic debut This Machine Kills Artists available Friday, 30th May. You’d be hard pressed to find an artist with more rock
UPDATE: The full Meredith 2013 lineup is here! To celebrate the opening of Meredith Music Festival 2013 ticketing ballots, organisers have lifted the lid on the festival by just a crack to expose two features sure to get everyone in the ticket buying mood. Though we don’t expect the full line-up to come for a
Ology has reported that American band Melvins are looking to set a Guinness World Record by playing in all 50 states (including Washington DC) in the shortest amount of time. The announcement of the record attempt coincides with the release of Melvins’ new record Freak Puke, which is out today.
With the devastating fall-out of this week’s earthquake across the ditch still being felt in New Zealand and around the world, it is emerging that various touring rock stars have had their schedule disrupted by the tremor. The quake, coming in at 6.3 on the richter scale, left Josh Homme and his Queens of the
American grunge/metal innovators The Melvins have announced details of a live album set for release on May 31 on Ipecac Recordings. The four-piece recorded the 13-track album at the Bust-a-Guts club in Downey, California, with its title as Sugar Daddy Live.
With Soundwave approaching on the swift wings of the summer festival season, this year’s impressive spread of Sidewaves, sideshows off the festival if you lack basic comprehension abilities are also fast whetting the appetites of eager music fans, and one of the most exciting of this year’s spree, the Primus and The Melvins co-headline shows
In what promises to be one of the most exciting double bills to hit our shores in a long time, Primus and The Melvins have just announced a co-headline show off the back of their appearances on The Soundwave Tour. Both bands who need no introduction, this show looks set to be a heavy groove
Ok, let’s set up the scene here. One of Sydney’s best supporters of live music