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Closure In Moscow
We don’t protest.
“I’ve tried to deal with this alone for way too long”
Numerous events and shows have either been cancelled or postponed while the city comes to grips with the scope of the tragedy.
The music community is standing together after the horrific attacks in Paris.
“Played a sold out show in London tonight. Also got rolled”
Melbourne rockers Closure In Moscow are threatening legal action over an advertisement by Oklahoma-based frozen yoghurt company Orange Leaf Yogurt, which the band believes has ripped off the artwork from their most recent album, 2014’s Pink Lemonade. As The Music reports, Closure In Moscow found out about the froyo company’s recent campaign through their US
Lead vocalist of Melbourne psychedelic rockers Closure In Moscow, Christopher de Cinque, has issued a formal apology for what he deems “a regrettable fuck up” in which he used a racially offensive term during a Twitter clash with Azealia Banks. The exchange of words began when the Melbourne outfit weighed in on Bank’s beef with
The Age Music Victoria Genre Awards will return for its annual instalment this year and today organisers have announced the 2014 finalists, who represent the year’s best Victorian music across many diverse categories. This year’s nominees cover all genres from jazz to electronic to best experimental avant-garde and hip hop. Leading the charge in the
We at Music Feeds, like you, have always wanted to see phrases like “reverse missionaries from Melbourne” and “otic tsunami” in an album review, so we recruited Liam Wilson, bassist of The Dillinger Escape Plan, to write up Closure In Moscow‘s sophomore effort, ‘Pink Lemonade’. Five machine elves who go by the collective name Closure
The organisers of Perth’s biggest drug, smoke, and alcohol free all-ages festival, have announced the lineup for HyperFest 2014 and it’s one of their most epic yet, with an eclectic array of artists including Spit Syndicate, Allday, Glass Towers, Jackie Onassis, and Closure In Moscow. Kicking off one HyperFest’s strongest lineups to date are the
Melburnian psychedelic rockers Closure In Moscow will be back in business with their sophomore full-length studio album Pink Lemonade in the new year, and to get us in the mood they’ve unleashed the first single, The Church Of The Technochrist, along with its mind-bending video. The clip sees a man walk into bar…and then stuff
Music Feeds was announcing a run of shows from Melbourne prog-rock maestros Closure In Moscow as recently as June, but this Melbourne five-piece can’t seem to douse their love for the road. They’ll soon be embarking on a tour to promote their new single, The Church Of The Technochrist. The boys are currently putting the
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Having left most of Europe and the UK in a state of awe, Closure In Moscow will be heading Down Under this coming July in cahoots with the team from New World Artists to bring the show that’s left a wake of sonic destruction the world over. The band will be returning to their homeland
Melbourne’s (and perhaps Australia’s) finest progressive rock/pop/punk group, Closure in Moscow, will be touring Australia in support of their latest single, The Impeccable Beast throughout March. The band have quietly been touring Australia solidly over the past six months, supporting Dead Letter Circus, Gyroscope and My Chemical Romance, as well as adding their own club
UK Alternative Rock group, Young Guns, have unveiled dates and venues for their 2012 Australian tour.
The first show of the eagerly awaited headline tour from Closure in Moscow took place at the Mona Vale Hotel. Upstairs in the cosy surrounds, a bunch of young folk gathered early to watch the support bands. Unfortunately I missed openers Evelyn and Sienna Skies. A quick interview with the punters in attendance revealed “they
Melbourne’s prog rockers Closure in Moscow are about to head around the country on their ‘Singularity’ tour, their first full headline tour of Australia since debut album First Temple was released last year.
It seems that fans of Melbourne’s Closure In Moscow just can’t get enough.