Oh My indeed!
She’s also rocking a mean bowl cut.
They join Of Mice & Men on the whopper bill.
Big and boastful with plenty of huge riffs.
The full bill for this year’s US punk rock summer camp has arrived.
“[They] inspired us to want to create our own genre too.”
Just in case you want to squeeze in some votes before today’s midday deadline.
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
“There’s enough good music in the world and in our country to carry the torch with something new.”
‘How Does It Feel’ features on the Sydney band’s new album, Limitless.
Think epic moments, festival cancellations, mud and Warney.
‘To Be Free’ continues the band’s bold new pop direction.
Sydney rock outfit Tonight Alive have unveiled the mother-load today, announcing a run of national tour dates, dropping details of their brand new album Limitless and unfurling the records first cut Human Interaction. Starting the tour in Melbourne on Sunday, 17th January, before heading to Brisbane and Sydney Tonight Alive will be showcasing material from
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,
If you haven’t yet heard of American dance-rock shooting stars PVRIS, then consider this the first step in your no doubt short and swift journey to becoming sick to death of hearing about just how awesome they are. The Lyndsey Gunnulfsen-fronted trio are absolutely kicking arse overseas, and they’re currently on a mission to make
The AFL has copped it from pretty much all directions since unveiling its 2015 Grand Final lineup featuring X Factor Judge Chris Isaak, British electro-pop star Ellie Goulding and your mum’s teenage crush, Bryan Adams. You’ll note there that not one single homegrown artist made the cut, even though we’re talking about the Australian –