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San Diego melodic punk rock stalwarts Unwritten Law have announced their return to Australia this December for their Love Is The Law tour, alongside special guests, Adelaide rockers Grenadiers. The power pop-punk legends have maintained a long-lasting love affair with Aussie audiences on a string of tours over the years, and will bring the love
Adelaide rockers Grenadiers have taken to the triple j studios to knock out a blistering cover of the Bluejuice classic Vitriol, as part of the broadcaster’s weekly covers segment Like A Version. Grenadiers’ take on the bouncing rhythms of Vitriol (below) saw the three-piece drench the song in their raw punk rock style and smash
Now in its third year, Sydney’s boutique UnFun festival has unveiled its 2015 lineup, featuring the likes of Aussie punk legends Hard-Ons, Adelaide rockers Grenadiers and a ‘Mario Kart’ Arena — repeat, a ‘Mario Kart’ arena. Also included on UnFun Festival’s 2015 lineup are Sydney melodic hardcore outfit Perspectives and Soundwave 2015 alumni Columbus. Catch
Having announced their highly-anticipated fifth studio album Nothing Touches Me earlier this month, Melbourne alt-rock outfit British India are now ready to take their new tunes on the road, with a huge album tour locked in for April and May. British India’s 18-date Nothing Touches Me album tour will kick off in Alice Springs on
In the four and a half years between albums, Adelaide’s Grenadiers have been through the ringer more times than a band deserves, hitting Chumbawamba-level proportions of getting knocked down and getting back up again. Vocalist and guitarist Jesse Coulter found himself the only remaining member of the band, leaving him to rebuild from the ground
Deathproof PR and Bombshellzine have announced that for the fourth year running, the Australian punk, rock, and hardcore communities will unite to raise funds for a cause, when The Australia Day Weekend Fundraiser 2014 returns with the likes of Luca Brasi, Damn Terran, Batpiss, and more. Taking place at Melbourne’s Reverence Hotel and boasting one
The Annandale’s 11th birthday celebrations came to an end with their famed Blood, Sweat and Beers Festival, this year held over two days in the iconic pub rock institution. Day 2 kicked off with the Easy Company, a fast and melodic punk rock set that has a similar sound to old No Use For A
With limited festivals happening in Sydney over the colder winter months mini festivals like Blood Sweat and Beers are a welcome offering, especially when they manage to put together a cracking line up of new and old Rock’n’Roll. In a time where the future of The Annandale Hotel is uncertain, Blood Sweat and Beers encapsulates