Michael Crafter is bringing Confession back to life.
Here we go again!
Going out with a bang.
The band has left the building
Melbourne metalcore outfit Confession have been confirmed for the UNIFY Gathering 2016 lineup, and are set to play their second last show ever as part of the festival, before breaking up. Confession’s Saturday performance during the next year’s UNIFY Gathering will also be their final Victorian show, with the group set to disband after frontman
Michael Crafter, frontman and founder of Melbourne metalcore outfit Confession, has announced that after seven years, the outfit are calling it a day, adding that following the break up he is “done with being in a band”. “I started this band in 2008 with the idea of continuing to do music and play shows. 7
Relentless Gympie hardcore mainstays The Amity Affliction will be hitting the open road once again, announcing today an extensive Weigh Downunder national tour, which will see the band embarking on their first regional headline tour since 2011. Still riding on the back of their latest album, Let The Ocean Take Me, the Weigh Downunder tour
Confession have cancelled their appearances on the upcoming Life And Death Tour, which was set to kick off next week on the Gold Coast. The tour will go ahead with just the support acts, Prepared Like A Bride and Graves, honouring all dates as part of what has been relabelled The Ocean Tide Tour. “It
What are you waiting for?
Australian metalcore outfit Confession are hitting the road again this October in support of their new record, Life And Death. Vocalist Michael Crafter will lead his band for 10 raucous shows across the east coast. Since their formation in 2008, Confession have endured a long and storied trajectory. Their third studio album, Life And Death,
Second SW15 act confirmed!
Confession frontman Michael Crafter has defended his band’s use of posters advertising the band’s recent single, Fuck Cancer. Appearing on 3AW’s morning program with Neil Mitchell earlier today, Crafter stressed the importance of the message behind the single’s “offensive” title and lyrics. “It’s making an impact, it’s making a statement,” said Crafter. “These people are
The summer will soon be upon us and with it Vans Warped Tour Australia will make its highly anticipated return. Ahead of their spot on the Warped Australia lineup, Confession frontman Michael Crafter caught up with our own Mike Hohnen for the latest Music Feeds Podcast. We caught up with Michael on a sunny day
Seven new acts and just a few more to come!
Amidst the buzz surrounding their recent comeback, I Killed The Prom Queen have made the unfortunate announcement that founding member, drummer and absolute mad dog JJ Peters will no longer be part of the band as he will now be focusing solely on his once side-project Deez Nuts. Both Peters and Jona Weinhofen have commented
The ever-evolving Gallows have announced a run of headlining shows to coincide with their Soundwave 2013 performance. The sirens of working-class punk rock anarchy will be bringing with them one of the toughest lineups we’ve seen from the recent bombardment of Sidewaves, teaming up with Shai Hulud and our very own hardcore dons Confession and
What could be referred to as Craftergate continues to develop throughout the day following news the embattled musician has witnessed the band he has fought for, and worked hard for, potentially stop in its tracks.
And I thought I was having a crazy morning…In what has been a frenzied hour or so for Aussie hardcore band Confession, we’ve witnessed via the band’s Facebook and Twitter, that Michael Crafter, in response to discovering his bandmates ‘double crossed’ him, axed all but one member, clean vocalist and guitarist Dan Brown. Questions are pouring