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Victorian guitarist Sam Haycroft of punk rock act I Am Duckeye has been praised by police after he heroically paddled out to save a blind man whose boat had capsized in rough seas on Wednesday night. The former Sydonia axeman says he was washing the dishes after a “classic nachos nosh” at his home in
Lamb Of God‘s Randy Blythe is a big fan of Melbourne metal band Sydonia. So big, if fact, that he payed vocalist/guitarist Sam Haycroft a visit on the day of Lamb Of God’s Melbourne Sidewave. The fruits of that visit can be seen below, in a video that shows the pair all frocked up inside
It’s been less than a year since Melbourne alternative stalwarts Sydonia unleashed their sophomore album Reality Kicks, but they’ve already got their sights set on its follow-up. The four-piece have announced a Third Album Preview Tour which will see them – you guessed it – previewing songs from their forthcoming third album. Sydonia are currently
Trivium and In Flames have announced the local acts who will join them on tour, which kicks off this week, as the two bands perform full headline-length sets in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. Local act LO! will kick things off at the Sydney date at the Roundhouse on Friday 21st November. The heavy music
Melbourne’s favourite powerhouse prog-metal rockers Sydonia have had what can only be described as a whirlwind year, releasing their album, ‘Reality Kicks’, and then following it up by kicking off an extensive national tour, which saw them take regional and city stages alike. In the ever-fleeting downtime between shows, the band kindly offered to document
Melbourne’s powerhouse prog metal rockers Sydonia have had a whirlwind year, releasing their album, ‘Reality Kicks’, and then kicking off an extensive national tour taking on regional and city stages alike. In the ever fleeting down time in between shows, Sydonia have kindly offered to document their on-the-road shenanigans, in both words and pictures, exclusively
The Espy ‘How long is a piece of string?’ is an annoying rhetorical question that is meant to put the onus of determining just how long a hypothetical piece of string is or is meant to be, according to your own piece-of-string needs. Either way, the answer is clearly, “Twice its length from the middle,”
Today’s Tour Guide features three homegrown acts that have become staples of their local music scene, with new tours coming from Melbourne’s powerhouse alt metallers Sydonia, NSW alt rock trio The Spindrift Saga and Melburnian riff rockers Dallas Frasca. Sydonia – The Reality Kicks Tour Saturday, 3rd May The Espy, Gershwin Room, Melbourne Tix: Sydonia
Following the announcement that they’ve signed to Brisbane-based artist management group Pricewar Music, esteemed Melbourne prog-metal four-piece Sydonia have unveiled the details of their second album, Reality Kicks, which is slated for release Friday, 7th February 2014. Some choice words from Lamb of God vocalist Randall Blythe: “Sydonia is a band that exemplifies the word
Getting started on what’s sure to be a massive 2014, Brisbane-based artist management group Pricewar Music have announced that they’ve signed two of Melbourne’s premiere live rock acts, prog-metallers Sydonia and “all-round artist” Ezekiel Ox (The Nerve, Mammal). The two join an extended family that includes the likes of The Good Ship, The Blackwater Fever,
In support of their latest release, Melbourne’s Sydonia will be packing up the van and hitting the tarmac to tour Australia for the first time off the back of the Words That Don’t Exist EP. Already behind the band is a swelling legion of supporters, one of whom being Slipknot’s guitarist Jim Root, who commented
Widely respected for their ability to blend crushing instrumental passages with a melodic sensibility that few bands can match, Sydonia’s new single “Ocean Of Storms” is the group’s most accomplished work yet.