We’ll meet you in the comments.
And they’re some familiar faces…
Featuring unplugged sets from some of your fave acts.
“I didn’t wanna get up onstage and sing about fuckin’ pizza and all that other bullshit.”
“If there was a show worthy to be dedicated to such an important and well-loved musician as [Architects’ Guitarist] Tom Searle, this one was definitely it.”
Just like Chlorine, your eyes will water.
Perth’s latest event series Raised In The City arrives February 19th with headliners DZ Deathrays
There’s plenty more to get hyper about with WA’s all ages event HyperFest adding a stack of new names to the festival’s 2016 lineup. Local legends Trophy Eyes, Luca Brasi and E^st are the latest acts to join the 2016 bill, joining previously announced headliners Northlane, Ball Park Music & DZ Deathrays. Rounding out the
US post-hardcore outfit Senses Fail are set to return to Australia for a huge headline tour in March 2016, supported by Newcastle locals Trophy Eyes. Senses Fail’s upcoming Aussie jaunt will be their first tour down under since 2013, with the band now packing new material from their sixth and latest album, Pull The Thorns
Newcastle champs Trophy Eyes are fresh of North America’s Warped Tour and it looks like they’re not spent on energy just yet, today announcing a set of homecoming national tour dates. The alternative punk Novocastrians will kick off their return jaunt in Perth on Tuesday, 29th September before hitting up stages in Adelaide, Melbourne, Wollongong,
Australia now officially has three reps heading to punk rock summer camp in the US for the 2015 Vans Warped Tour, with I Killed The Prom Queen just named in the latest fistful of lineup additions. Not only have the homegrown metalcore heavyweights unleashed a special announcement video (below) to mark their inclusion on the
Newcastle 5-piece Trophy Eyes have just been announced to play all dates of the US Vans Warped Tour across the American summer in 2015. Trophy Eyes join a US Warped bill which now also contains the likes of Alive Like Me, blessthefall, and Neck Deep. The group have used a cheeky announcement video (below) to
Newcastle natives Trophy Eyes have recently wrapped up an extensive national tour in support of their debut full-length album Mend, Move On and they’ve graciously shared with Music Feeds some candid shots of all the antics they got up to along the way. Hitting the road alongside Sydney’s Endless Heights and Brisbane’s Columbus, Trophy Eyes
Newcastle natives Trophy Eyes have unveiled a brand-new single, Penfold State Forest, a cut from the band’s forthcoming debut full-length Mend, Move On and you can hear it first right here on Music Feeds. Trophy Eyes bring together their own combination of aggressive pop punk and melodic hardcore. The five-piece band began making waves worldwide
After a successful launch in 2013, Sydney’s UnFun Festival is back for another year and today has announced its final lineup of artists that each draw influence from and reflect the hardcore, punk and alternative sounds of ’90s and ’00s. This year’s event is set to be headlined by the long-absent Kisschasy who will be
The New South Wales Central Coast has nabbed itself a brand new heavy music festival with the announcement of the inaugural Fiesta-A-Cielo. Headlined by Newcastle five-piece Trophy Eyes, the Mexican-themed event will take place this October. Joining them will be their Newcastle brethren Rivalries who are set to be dropping some brand new tunes very