After already selling out their Saturday December 19th show at Brisbane’s Riverstage, The Amity Affliction and A Day To Remember have just announced an extra “Big Ass” show on their upcoming Big Ass Tour, the heavy double bill returning to the 8,000 seater venue the following night for an encore performance. Brisbane being the first
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After a tour poster leaked overnight, Australian hardcore mainstays The Amity Affliction and US heavyweights A Day To Remember have now confirmed they will be joining forces and heading out on a co-headline tour across the country this December. Rumours of the tour sparked overnight, when an alleged poster for the so-titled Big Ass Tour
Straight out of the “HOLY SHIT” department comes this juicy little bit of news, with music site Project U reporting that the Amity Affliction, A Day To Remember, The Ghost Inside and Motionless In White are set to team up for an epic joint Australian tour at the end of the year. The unverified scoop
Some of Australia’s best-loved musos (and a few much-loved international acts) have teamed up to raise money for two local charities, by auctioning off some unique and super-collectible items. Announced today, and led by Byron Bay post-hardcore band In Hearts Wake, the auction includes items donated by the likes of local acts The Amity Affliction,
UPDATE 04/03/15: In Hearts Wake have released details of a surprise new album, titled Skydancer. Byron Bay metalcore outfit In Hearts Wake have teamed up with The Ghost Inside frontman Jonathan Vigil on a pummeling new version of their 2013 single, Skydancer. The re-recorded version of Skydancer (below) gets straight to the point, rushing into
How one guy got his favourite bands to help him pop the question.
The act of popping the question can be one of the most terrifying moments of a man’s life, so one lovestruck dude has done what any pop punk fan in his position ought do. He’s called in members of Sleeping With Sirens, You Me At Six, New Found Glory, The Ghost Inside, US post-hardcore act
LA melodic hardcore outfit The Ghost Inside are right on the cusp of releasing their fourth studio album Dear Youth — which you can stream right now on Music Feeds — and according to frontman Jonathan Vigil the album takes a frank look at his internal grapple with feeling stagnant and scared with his life’s
LA melodic hardcore outfit The Ghost Inside‘s fourth studio album Dear Youth isn’t due out till next week, but guess what? We’ve got the Australia exclusive pre-release album stream for all you fans hungry for the follow-up to 2012’s Get What You Give. Dear Youth plays as a flurry of frustration and realisation, which stems
Two of metalcore’s best just announced something huge!
Total road dogs I Killed The Prom Queen have spend much of the recent past zig-zagging their way through Europe as part of the Impericon Progression tour. Teaming up with The Devil Wears Prada and The Ghost Inside, the band left havoc in their wake, and checked-in to Music Feeds with the photographic evidence. The
Metalcore fans are in for a treat – A Day To Remember, The Ghost Inside and I Killed The Prom Queen have announced two Soundwave festival Sidewaves for Sydney and Melbourne. With five albums under their belts, A Day To Remember will bring their pop-mosh prowess to the two shows. The group released their fifth
Eight new acts added to an already massive Soundwave lineup!
How’s this for some awesome Friday news? The Ghost Inside have announced they will be making their triumphant return Down Under for a run of headlining dates with the likes of Emmure, Kiwi lords Antagonist AD and our very own Hand Of Mercy for the ultimate mini-festival Destroy Music. Destroy Music is an annual event
Who doesn’t love a good sledging match between Hardcore bands? For a scene so tight-knit, it’s surprising when bands are willing to call out one another, but in the latest episode, Terror and The Ghost Inside have butted heads, each now with one point on the board. During a recent live performance, Terror frontman Scott
Hardcore’s The Ghost Inside have given us a sneak peek of their 2012 album Get What You Give in the form of an absolute beast of a clip. The track Engine 45 gives a bit of a demo into what fans can expect from the band’s third studio full-length release. We see the band has