A 7-minute slow burner from the hardcore outfit.
The boys are back in VHS.
Alexisonfire’s Wade MacNeil on how he and his bandmates found themselves in the position of starting over, working on the band’s heaviest music to date and how “all roads lead back to Australia” for Alexisonfire.
Almost a decade after Old Crows/Young Cardinals
DON’T PLAY WITH US, GREEN!!
Whether it was hello, goodbye (again) or something in between, it was an absolute blast to witness Alexisonfire back on stage in Melbourne.
But will they drop ‘Sandstorm’?
“There really is a sense of camaraderie found at Unify that’s different to other festivals”
“I don’t want to take our fans for granted because we’re lucky that, even in places like Australia, our shows have been so incredible for so long.”
Their first Aussie shows since 2012.
And it’s bloody massive.
Alexisonfire may have said they were back together 4 realz and would never hurt us again, but it turns out those jerks were just telling us what we wanted to hear. Despite guitarist Wade MacNeil proclaiming his love for us live at Canada’s riot fest over the weekend… “Thank you for believing in this band
Alexisonfire know they done you wrong, but they’re back together now, OK babe? And they’re never gonna hurt you again. That’s a promise babe. They’ve changed, and they’re gonna b 2getha 4eva. Despite already reuniting and touring together following a four-year hiatus, the Canadian post-hardcore legends have just put a ring on it, so to
The Soundwave festival has come a long way from its humble origins as a one-day-only event on the far side of Australia. Since debuting in Perth all the way back in ’04, Soundwave has watched other music festivals come and go while it surged on to become one of the most anticipated annual music events
Canadian post-hardcore legends Alexisonfire are officially back in business, bringing an end to a three year hiatus this past weekend by putting on a set packed full with fan-favourites at Heavy Montreal Festival. The band’s classic line-up – so that’s George Pettit, Chris Steele, Wade MacNeil, Dallas Green and Jordan ‘Ratbeard’ Hastings – took the
After yesterday teasing fans with hints of a possible reunion, Canadian post-hardcore legends Alexisonfire have today made it official, unveiling a run of international tour and festival dates, which do not include Australia as yet. The band first announced their breakup in August of 2011, and haven’t performed together since their 2012 farewell tour. But
Alexisonfire announced their break-up way back in 2011, and toured Australia on their last tour at the end of 2012. But it seems that something is brewing within their camp in 2015, proving you just can’t keep a good band down. On Twitter, the band’s lead-guitarist Wade McNeil directed fans to Alexisonfire’s new Instagram page
This show would have to be the ultimate definition of bittersweet. Much like going to see a dying relative for the last time, only a lot less dramatic – but you know what I mean. For the past 10 years, Alexisonfire have been guiding me and many others like me through all the trials and