Hitting all the stops.
Make Them Suffer
A new artist management company has launched, with former Soundwave General Manager Chris O’Brien and Northlane’s Joshua Smith at the helm.
Brisbane’s Heaven And Hell lineup just got a lot bigger.
“If you think it’s okay to come to my work and act with such gross disrespect then stay at home because you’re not fucking welcome at our shows.”
All the good things.
* Heavy tour alert *
Lock ’em in!
“There is this new wave of heavy music that’s coming out and it’s really exciting and I’m really proud to say that Australia is leading that charge.”
“There wasn’t one shitter in the joint.”
New album, new tour.
Out Friday, 28th July.
Heading back out on the road.
Tickets on sale THIS WEEK!
Tarwin Meadows is in the middle of buttfuck nowhere. A sprawling dustbowl out in the south-eastern Victorian shticks, surrounded by dense bushland, rambling cattle farms and sleepy fishing spots. And it’s an odd day for the quiet pastoral town of Tarwin Lower, because a legion of rowdy metalcore fans has suddenly got the townsfolk outnumbered
Perth’s biggest drug, smoke and alcohol-free all-ages festival, HyperFest, has announced the lineup for this year’s event, featuring Melbourne hip hop artist Illy as the headline act and WA locals including electronic duo Slumberjack, rising star Coin Banks and kings of heaviness Make Them Suffer. The festival is focused on upcoming Australian artists, and has
Metalcore troop Northlane have announced the 2014 launch of their own curated mini-festival, which they will headline themselves, titled Free Your Mind 2014. The touring event will include five acts on its Australian leg, including international and local artists, the latter chosen via competition. There are four acts to be announced and kicking off Monday,
Melbourne’s favourite all-ages festival, Push Over, will be back for its 22nd year in 2014, taking over Sidney Myer Music Bowl on the Labour Day public holiday, Monday, March 10th, and offering a smattering of glorious hip hop, rock, indie, hardcore and punk for you to feast on. If you’re into a bit of Aussie
This year’s Movember is going to be bigger, and heavier than ever with the announcement of the massive Movember Mayhem Tour. The 4-band bill features Australia’s greatest post-hardcore exports, and, well, one of America’s. Taking away headliner position is Melbourne lads Dream On, Dreamer. Having spent much of the year simply taking the world by