The Last Martyr are today announcing the release of their EP 'Creatrix' on Friday April 26. Originally slated for an earlier release - and under the name 'Out of the Black' - the band decided to shift the focus when they received the final product - feeling that ‘Creatrix’ represents the transformative theme of the songs and the artwork far better. Today, they are dropping a new taste of the record in their song 'Fear' - and released an abstract and emotive filmclip for it as well. Pre-Orders f...
Billboard charting, award winning rockers New Years Day reveal the details about their forthcoming full-length album, Unbreakable. The band’s newest album is scheduled for release on April 26, 2019 via RED MUSIC / Sony Music Australia.
To celebrate the unveiling of Unbreakable, New Years Day release their single, Shut Up. Fans can listen to the empowering, hard hitting track here:
New Years Day - Shut Up (Audio)
Unbreakable, New Years Day’s 4th studio album was produced by Mitchell Marlow (All T...
UK black hearted extremists Anaal Nathrakh will descend on Australia this week for their first ever Headline tour in support of their latest terrifying slab of hatred, A New Kind Of Horror which was released in September 2018.
The last time the band set foot on Aussie soil was in 2017 for the Dark Mofo Festival in Hobart but will return to conquer the rest of the country this week with our own Hybrid Nightmares, kicking off on March 7 at the Crowbar in Sydney.
With over 10 million albums sold worldwide and a dedicated global following, New York's ANTHRAX earned their place alongside Slayer, Megadeth and Metallica as one of the big four of thrash metal.
This week ANTHRAX are returning to Australia for the first time since 2013.in support of their latest album ‘For All Kings’ and team up with fellow thrash masters Slayer, who have decided to call it a day after one final world tour which includes a headline slot on the Download Festival Australia an...
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.