“You’ve made our hearts forever full.”
Storm The Sky
“We wanted to do something that would let the heavy music community come together in a positive way.”
“There really is a sense of camaraderie found at Unify that’s different to other festivals”
This weekend’s UNIFY Gathering will be his last show with the band.
Featuring unplugged sets from some of your fave acts.
Keeping the momentum going.
Some alterations are in order.
Damn. T&C’s say we can’t enter it ourselves.
“It’s extremely disappointing to see how alive and well homophobia still is in 2016”.
Melbourne’s Storm The Sky deliver a stunning and emotional video about heartache, loss and the dangers of drowning it out with drugs.
Shut up and listen to these, you jerks.
With a mini-Warped Tour of supports!
Its first signing is Melbourne band Storm The Sky.
Melbourne outfit Storm The Sky are set to support Sleeping With Sirens during their upcoming Australian tour, which includes the Florida band’s first Aussie headline shows in over two years. With Storm The Sky wrapping up their sold-out national tour of debut album Permanence in late August, the band are ready to support Sleeping With
Florida rockers Sleeping With Sirens have announced their return to Australia for their first headline shows in the country in over two years, with a string of national dates locked in for September. Now backed by their fourth studio album, Madness, Sleeping With Sirens are taking their all-guns-blazing rock to punters in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide,
Melbourne’s Storm The Sky are hitting the road this August on a national tour in support of their debut album, Permanence, playing the record in its entirety for fans in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. Storm The Sky drummer Alex Trail says the band are excited to play at length after supporting Michigan band Chiodos’
Michigan sons Chiodos will soon be returning to our shores for their first visit in five years and today have announced that Melbourne’s own Storm The Sky will be joining them. Having recently announced their signing to UNFD as well as the release of their upcoming debut album Permanence, due out on Friday 16th January,
One of the most respectable names in metalcore Oh, Sleeper have (finally) announced a set of Australian tour dates where they will be unleashing their latest album Children of Fire on us all. The band have kept a fairly regular presence Down Under, touring here numberous times over the past couple of years, and most