Southern California crossover thrash/hardcore punk/skate punk legends SUICIDAL TENDENCIES are on their way back to Australia for a headline tour and an appearance at Melbourne’s first Download Festival in March.
For 30 plus years SUICIDAL TENDENCIES have continuously led the charge in the skate punk/ thrash metal movement and have been a major influence on many bands we love today.
The bands mastermind, Mike Muir is also hands down one of the most energetic and entertaining frontmen in the world...
One of the years most talked about metal tours is just around the corner! Sepultura and Death Angel will be ripping their way across the country in May and with a newly added Byron Bay date, it is destined to be one for the ages.
We last saw Brazilian metal legends Sepultura here in 2014 and many who attended the shows raved about how tight the band were. 2018 sees their return to Australian shores after the release of their critically acclaimed 2017 album Machine Messiah.
Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes are seemingly unstoppable.
Since the success of their sophomore album ‘Modern Ruin’, which has seen the band selling out venues wherever they go, it is evident that world domination is the next step for these English punk rockers. And the man at the helm is the man in the name, Frank Carter.
It is undeniable that the former Gallows vocalist is one of the most engaging frontmen on the planet today, captivating audiences worldwide wit...
Australian folk/melodic death metal masters Claim The Throne are currently on tour in support or their latest album On Desolate Plains.
As part of the tour the band are making their way to Queensland on February 3rd to play the massive Spirit of Fire festival at the Back Room in Brisbane which boasts an impressive line up including Eternal Rest, Vyrion, Dragonsmead and more.
Nev Pearce recently caught up with Claim The Throne shredder Glenn Dyson for the Everblack Podcast to talk about the tour,...
Brisbane’s Kaerulean are becoming one of the most talked about metal bands in the scene today.
After independently releasing two stunning full length albums, catching the attention of Australian label Truth Inc Records and opening for Norwegian legends Arcturus,
the band are gearing up for a hell of a year ahead of them, kicking off with the opening support slot for Ne Obliviscarus on the Brisbane leg of their Australian tour and a new EP set to be released just around the corner.
With the recent announcement that GWAR would once again attempt to conquer and destroy Australia in April this year, Nev Pearce had the chance to talk to the bands leader Blöthar for the Everblack Podcast about the tour, who might be on their kill list this time around and the awesome new album 'The Blood of Gods'.
Check it out here : WARNING : This episode contains REALLY offensive language and other stuff NSFW...You know the fun stuff)
One of the worlds most influential metal bands, Judas Priest are back with their eighteenth studio album, ‘Firepower’.
Set for release on Friday 9th March 2018 via Sony Music Australia – this, the band’s eighteenth studio album is fourteen tracks of pure and highly inspired metal.
For the first time in years, Priest has reunited with veteran producer Tom Allom (the man behind the board for all of the band’s releases from 1979-1988, including such iconic albums as ‘Unleashed in the East,’ ‘Bri...