“We’re a bit excited to play this stuff live and get people’s opinions on it”
A comprehensive list of dates.
“We might do it, yes, we might.”
Back on the road with songs new and old.
“There wasn’t one shitter in the joint.”
And it’s all free!
On the road this June!
Making good on their promise!
Their last run of live shows until their 4th LP is complete!
But there’s one small catch…
Bands currently on the lookout for a drummer please take note. At seven months old, baby Violet has been around the block enough times to know a good song when she hears one and, in her professional opinion, there’s no going past the songs of Karnivool. The prog metal rugrat has been playing the drums
One would wager that Nick Gaffaney is the type that could rub his stomach and pat his head with the utmost of ease. The man is a world-class multi-tasker, as evidenced while performing with his band, Cairo Knife Fight. Not only does he provide lead vocals while furiously drumming away, on occasions he reverts to
‘What Karnivool was – and what it is – is something we can always come back to.”
It still feels a little unbelievable that it’s been ten whole years since Karnivool’s impactful, game-changing debut album Themata first landed, but I guess it’s cool, I’m just an ancient, grizzly old man who will never feel the whims of youth ever again. Thankfully Karnivool are set to bring a dense, distorted wave of nostalgia
Birds Of Tokyo frontman Ian Kenny has revealed the band are “on the cusp” of sharing new music from a forthcoming EP they recorded with legendary producer David Bottrill – of Tool, Muse and Silverchair fame. Speaking to triple j, Kenny revealed the name of the mystery Tool/Muse producer the band teased in a January
Sell-out shows have forced West Australian band Karnivool to add more dates to their Themata Decade Tour. Two shows have already sold out in Melbourne while one show each in Brisbane and Sydney has reached capacity. The tour, which celebrates 10 years since the release of their debut LP Themata, has now expanded to a
It’s already been 10 years since Karnivool‘s mighty debut album Themata and the band have decided to honour its anniversary by embarking on a national tour. The 12-date Themata Decade Tour will see the band traverse nearly every pocket of the country. On the tour, Karnivool will to play their debut Themata right through and
The Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) have today unveiled a new award and accompanying trophy to recognise 22 homegrown acts and releases which have reached the coveted number one position on the ARIA album or singles chart. Shaped like our very own island nation, the ARIA #1 Chart Award will be presented to artists as
Fresh off the recently concluded Groovin The Moo 2014 tour, Karnivool came in to Triple J to discuss how the band are heading “back to the drawing board” to craft material for a follow-up to 2013’s Asymmetry, simultaneously describing their somewhat convoluted songwriting process. “I think we’re going to head back to the drawing board
APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) and artistic mechanical rights organisation AMCOS have revealed the top 20 contenders for the largest peer-voted songwriting award in Australia, the APRA Song of the Year award, with Sydney indie band Boy & Bear and the legendary Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds picking up two nods each. Other artists