APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) and artistic mechanical rights organisation AMCOS have revealed the top 20 contenders for the largest peer-voted songwriting award in Australia, the APRA Song of the Year award, with Sydney indie band Boy & Bear and the legendary Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds picking up two nods each. Other artists
Perth superstars Karnivool were revealed to be playing Australia’s favourite regional touring festival, Groovin The Moo, after letting the news slip in an interview. They’ve now delivered even bigger news, announcing that they will accompany the festival dates with a string of new headline shows. The Karnivool boys have been keeping something of a low
The organisers of Bassinthegrass Festival made many Northern Territory punters happy earlier today, unveiling the first round of acts set for their 2014 lineup and it looks like it’s going to a be a doozy, with the likes of Karnivool, Vance Joy, Allday, and The Amity Affliction all confirmed. Bassinthegrass is presented by the Northern
Disclosure head up a massive bill for GTM 2014!
UPDATE: Groovin The Moo 2014 lineup and ticket details have been officially announced – full details here! Everyone’s favourite regional spectacular, Groovin The Moo, is heading back for 2014 and we’ve just had the first act self-confirm for the festival calendar highlight, with Perth’s beloved sons Karnivool announcing that they’re on the GTM lineup. Ian
Following on from taking away their first-ever ARIA, due to high demand Karnivool have sold-out their Sydney show with buddies Dead Letter Circus and so today are announcing a second Sydney gig for the national Polymorphism Tour. It’s been a very busy few months for Karnivool, who released their third album Asymmetry worldwide back in
The cats behind triple j’s prestigious J Award have revealed the final list of artists and their albums eligible for Album Of The Year. The competition was already pretty stiff, but with the announcement of the new batch of nominees, shit’s gotten real. Joining the pack will be metalcore heroes Northlane with their impressive album
Over the weekend, Western Australia’s favourite sons and daughters were award for the past 12 months of musical prowess that have emitted from the state to all over the world. Many world-class acts have uprooted themselves from the reclusive cities to become some of our greatest musical exports of all time, many of whom received
With their latest, chart-topping album Asymmetry still fresh from the printers, Karnivool are getting together with sparring partners and downright decent dudes Dead Letter Circus, have announced that they will be heading out for a run of Australian tour dates that will have two of the country’s most beloved rock outfits in the same place
Ian Kenny makes it two in a row
It’s been some years since Karnivool released their previous album Sound Awake, and with their current opus Asymmetry now safely in the hands of fans, peers of The Vool are feeling an all-too-familiar chill as they remember just how much impact a release from the band can make. Fresh off the back of the album
In one fell swoop, Karnivool have made all of our Friday afternoons far more interesting, simultaneously announcing their brand-new album Asymmetry for a Monday, 19th July release, dropping a brand-new single and video, and also delivering the great news that they’ll be hitting the road for a national tour in the name of the record.
It’s a track that has been doing the live rounds for a few years now, but Karnivool have now decided to give The Refusal the respect it deserves. Last night, the band premiered the song via triple j and today, it’s available for all to hear…and download. The band have been performing the song since
Perth’s KARNIVOOL have gone from strength to strength since forming out of high school in 1997. They are now firmly established as Australia’s biggest progressive rock act (and indeed, one of the country’s most successful bands of any ilk). With 2 gold albums (2005’s Themata and 2009’s Sound Awake) and a successful touring history that
Australia’s biggest progressive rock act Karnivool have announced a massive Australian tour for July, their first in over a year. The band will showcase new tunes from their forthcoming third album as well as playing tracks from their first 2 records Themata and Sound Awake. Since Karnivool’s last Australian jaunt, the band has spent time writing
Perth’s leading progressive rock troupe Karnivool have announced a lengthy Australian tour for later this year. The 20-date trip will see the five-piece heading into various nooks and crannies of this fair isle, heading as far north as Cairns. As Undercover.fm reports, the gigs mark the first major Australian tour for the band since June