Bring Me the Horizon have come a long way from their deathcore roots in Sheffield to headlining some of the worlds biggest stages. Their trajectory from those early days has been steep and has taken some unexpected turns, but here we are today, BMTH are bonafide rock stars.
This is a band who have truly progressed and not compromised for anyone else but themselves and why should they, the quality of their songwriting should silence any critic.

Arriving a little late to catch Trophy Eyes I quic...

April 11, 2019

Since hearing Cult Leader on the Jamey Jasta podcast about six months ago I quickly became a massive fan of the band, digging deep into their history under the previous band Gaza and discovering a whole new genre of heavy music that was right in front of me the whole time.
Their sophomore release ‘A Patient Man’ is still in high rotation and has made it's way into my top 10 albums, so when the band announced they would be touring Australia I was beyond stoked for the opportunity to see them.


April 7, 2019

Recipe for the perfect rock group: take 2 parts Fall Out Boy, add one part Anthrax, one part Alkaline Trio and a generous helping of Every Time I Die. Mix well in a studio until combined and then unleash the beast upon the world! “Fall Out Boy? Anthrax? Every Time I Die?” I hear you say, potentially with disgust. But the answer is a resounding, “Oh hell yeah!”

Separately, the sum of The Damned Things’ parts have been extremely successful in the realms of pop, punk and metal and this melting p...

A few months ago when Heist Fest was announced it almost broke the internet. Not only were Australian Nu Metal heroes Superheist and up and comers From Crisis to Collapse teaming up to hit the road together but they were also bringing Alaska’s heavy hitters 36 Crazyfists with them, sending fans into a frenzy as the band haven’t been down under since their appearance at Soundwave 2011.

The night kicks off with Gold Coast’s own Kaosphere who have drawn a decent crowd for the opener.
The band have...

April 1, 2019

Southfield, Michigan’s I Prevail are a bit of a buzz band at the moment, which, if I’m being completely honest, deterred me from listening to them. But in the end I was only letting myself down because these guys have the chops to prove their worth and they show you why on their latest release Trauma.

Busting straight out of the gates with opening track Bow Down, I Prevail waste no time in showing off their metalcore mastery with a crushing guitar riff and the high-class venom-spitting of co-v...

Alice in Chains were always the dark horses of the Seatle grunge scene that exploded across the world in the early 90s.  They never had the gloss of Pearl Jam, the commercial success of Nirvana or the balls-out rock of Soundgarden. But over their first 3 albums and 2 EPs AIC made some of the darkest, most affecting music of the scene.  Fueled by original Vocalist Layne Stayley bleak lyricism and dark vocal melodic trade-off with Guitarist Jerry Cantrel, AIC forged a very unique place in music h...

Last year Australia held its first Download Festival in Melbourne which boasted headliners Korn and Limp Bizkit along with some of the biggest names in metal and rock from Australia and the world.
Due to its success it was announced to return in 2019 adding a Sydney date to further expand the global phenomenon.

Kicking off the day are Aussie prog metallers Voyager who are no strangers to big stages and have a massive following overseas. What a Wonderful Day seems like a fitting song to kick t...

Back in the early 1980’s metal was evolving.
Hardcore punk and the new wave of British heavy metal had co-mingled and given birth to a faster, angrier and darker beast, a new genre called ‘Thrash’. Along with bands like Metallica, Testament, Anthrax and Death Angel, Slayer pushed the genre to new extremes and, in so-doing, carved their notorious name into school books and park benches around the world.

But tonight is sadly one of the last times Australia will get to experience one of the worl...

Since the release of their sophomore album Stranger Fruit, Zeal & Ardor have built themselves a global following that would usually take most bands a couple of years to accumulate.
In less than 12 months, mastermind Manuel Gagneux and his band have hit some of the biggest stages in the world and packed out every venue they have set foot in, so to see them on Australian shores so soon is really something special and a tour everyone jumped at getting tickets for.

For a Thursday night The Bright...

January 28, 2019

Back in the mid 90’s to early 2000’s Australian music was at its peak with bands like Spiderbait, Killing Heidi, Bodyjar, Shihad, Area-7 and 28 Days taking over the air waves and playing sell out shows and festivals everywhere they went.
Hotter Than Hell is a touring festival that celebrates some of the best music this country has to offer and brings fans of the bands together for a day of top notch Aussie rock and boy have they shown up to let loose and get down on this long weekend break.


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