+ Killing Heidi, Bodyjar and a Magic Dirt reunion.
Road-testing new material from their next album!
“The general population has this statistic of 1 in 5 [with] a propensity towards mental illness… with musicians its 1 in 3.”
Including a performance at an iconic library.
Elliphant, Shihad, The Drones and heaps more.
“We can’t wait to cause some ruckus – come and have a drink with us!”
“There’s nothing like real guitars on stage right?”
“It’s just keeping us distracted, just like watching Master Chef, it’s the same fucking thing. You want music to be jolting you out of that shit.”
More dates for the kiwi rockers
Like Tough Mudder, but with more music and better food
The artist formerly known as Pacifier will hit WA in late June
Kiwi rock veterans Shihad will co-headline New Zealand frolic Rhythm & Alps 2015, leading the second round of lineup announcements, which have just been unveiled. The band, who were also called Pacifier for a brief and awkward spell post-9/11, are the festival’s co-headlining act, alongside the previously announced DJ Carl Cox. The homegrown heroes also
Shihad have announced a national Australian tour to support the release of their long-awaited ninth album, FVEY. Having unveiled FVEY to a stream of glowing reviews and a Top 10 ARIA Chart spot, the Wellington natives will celebrate the release with six dates in venues around the country. FVEY, the much-anticipated follow-up to 2010’s Ignite,
Ft. The Jezabels, Shihad, Violent Soho & more!
New Zealand’s heavy rock sons Shihad have announced the release of their brand new album, FVEY, which is due to hit the shelves on Friday, 15th August. The record will be the band’s ninth studio album and follows their 2010 release Ignite. FVEY (pronounced: Five Eyes) was recorded in December last year at Auckland’s legendary
The main support slot for the very much-talked-about Black Sabbath Australian tour this year has now been announced. Drum roll please. Our very own adopted rockers Shihad will be warming the crowd for the full tour. The show is an absolutely huge honour for the ex-Kiwis, as this will be the first time Black Sabbath
Jonnny Toogood isn’t one for reflections. A day after celebrating his 41st birthday, the Shihad frontman is sitting down at a mate’s house in Prahran, filling me in on the life and times of New Zealand’s most loved rock band in the last few months.
New Zealand rock legends Shihad will release a fly-on-the-wall documentary covering their 20-year career in their homeland next month.
Selling out their capital city run in support of the release of their latest album Ignite, Shihad have just announced they will be extending the tour, playing some encore performances in Queensland and Byron Bay. Stoked at the success of the tour so far, the boys couldn’t help but go on, the line-up filling out