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Twelve Foot Ninja
What other debut album this side of the Pacific could have dreamed of influencing heavy music the way you did?
“It wasn’t a bloody ‘leaderboard’ that we shuffled around to stooge people into thinking we won the Grand Final”
Brace for the ‘Upload’ tour
One night. One huge show.
“There wasn’t one shitter in the joint.”
“If any other band in the category had won, it would have made sense.”
There’s been a whole lotta’ backlash.
This is gonna be Sick.
Twelve Foot Ninja have distanced themselves from the pack again
“After three years of chipping away at creating this beast we are finally able to set it free and let it go and see where it wants to fly”
They have been busier than a cat burying shit on concrete.
They’re playing four dates in November supported by Melbourne act Twelve Foot Ninja.
“It’s okay to like Pantera and the Doobie Brothers. It’s okay to like Meshuggah and Adele. It’s okay to not like what you actually don’t like void of any superficial construct telling you, you SHOULD like it. There are no rules with this sh!t!”
God, we’re good at this.
The incomparable Twelve Foot Ninja have announced plans to emerge from their ninja cave for a special one-off show in their old stomping ground of Melbourne, on the eve of the city’s big fat annual horsey race. The heavy fusion champs will takeover Thornbury’s The Croxton on Monday, 2nd November (Melbourne Cup Eve), which has
A new study has found that festival headliners are getting older and older. Take, for example, AC/DC headlining Coachella 2015, or The Who closing out the final night of this year’s Glastonbury Festival. So, in the name of all things up-and-coming, we’re gazing into the music festival crystal ball, and pondering 12 rising acts who
A selection of local Australian bands have been announced as support acts on Mastodon‘s upcoming Australian headline tour. Mastodon will have a different support act for each of their three shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane with each band hailing from the respective city. Twelve Foot Ninja will open for the band in Melbourne, Breaking
Melbourne’s favourite absurdist, conscientious, experimental metal outfit, Twelve Foot Ninja, broke crowdfunding records raising $52,600 to make a somewhat controversial anti-cyber bullying video for their song Ain’t That A Bitch, and to celebrate the achievement, they’ve announced a new tour. The clip was the kind of epic only a band of Twelve Foot Ninja’s stature