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Heroes For Hire
Australia’s other biggest heavy music festival UNIFY Gathering has just amped things up a notch for 2016, adding a DIY Aussie supergroup to its sophomore bill. Introducing The All Nighters: “the best cover band you’ve never heard of”, consisting of Hellions members Matt Gravolin and Anthony Caruso and Heroes For Hire frontman Duane Hazell. The news comes after hardcore punks
Sydney pop-punksters Heroes For Hire have seemingly dumped their lead singer Brad Smith, revealing the news by posting a picture on their Facebook page. In a short statement, the band haven’t given an exact reason for their decision to “part ways” with Brad, just mentioning that guitarist and backing vocalist Duane Hazell has now stepped
The Pretty Reckless have announced Australian tour dates with Heroes For Hire, on the back of their appearance on the Soundwave 2012 lineup at the end of this month. They’ll be playing two shows, one at The Wall (Bald Face Stag) in Sydney and one at the Thornbury Theatre in Melbourne. Bringing sexy back to
Sydney’s Heroes For Hire are bringing the pop back into punk. Their razor sharp riffs, melodies and all around feel good times have sparked life in a scene that was slowly being suffocated by every tight jean wearing screamo band that comes out. Having built a solid following and playing at Soundwave and No Sleep
Budgewoi’s finest, Short Stack, have announced a domestic tour for this July. The trio, fresh from supporting rockers Good Charlotte, play 10 dates in support of latest album This Is Bat Country, the follow-up to their 2009 debut, Stack Is The New Black.
A cascade of punks and metal heads descended onto Moore Park as next door Bon Jovi was living on a prayer, here’s hoping his fans didn’t run intoGwar fans afterwards. The first annual No Sleep Til festival had an exciting bill headlined by Megadeth performing their album Rust In Peace in its entirety and icons