Category Archives: Soundwave

Nothing But Thieves Announce Headline Shows – January 2016

Essex, UK five piece Nothing But Thieves are one of the hottest groups in alternative rock right now. Full of pounding guitar riffs and killer vocals the band were recently added to Soundwave Festival with headline Shows now announced for Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.
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NOFX Announce Headline Shows – January 2016

Heading to Australia and now New Zealand in January 2016, punk rock stalwarts NOFX announce a series of headline shows! Feeling they skipped some fundamental cities on their last national tour, NOFX will be delighting audiences in Canberra, Hobart and Auckland with a night of mayhem, debauchery, and some music!
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Soundwave Announce A Special Soundwave 2016 Presentation

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE’s ‘Alive Or Just Breathing’ album was a watershed moment in metal in 2002 as it heralded the birth of ‘Metalcore’. An army of imitators was born and have all tried in vain to emulate this essential classic. In a Special Soundwave Presentation, we are thrilled to announce that KILLSWITCH ENGAGE will be performing ‘Alive Or Just Breathing’ in its entirety at SOUNDWAVE 2016.
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METAL ALLEGIANCE – For the first time ever in Australia at Soundwave 2016!

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MOOSE BLOOD, Ninth artist confirmed for Soundwave 2016!

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Forming in 2012, MOOSE BLOOD have quickly developed a buzz with their spirit of emo rock and pace of pop-punk across a handful of EPs. On the back of performances at Reading and Leeds Festivals and Vans Warped Tour USA, MOOSE BLOOD have just released their phenomenal new album ‘I’ll Keep You In Mind From Time To Time’.
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Devil You Know, Eight Artist Confirmed To Appear At Soundwave 2016!

DEVIL YOU KNOW began as a journey into the unknown. Howard Jones (Ex Killswitch Engage), Francesco Artusato (All Shall Perish), John Sankey (Fear Factory, Divine Heresy), and Ryan Wombacher (Bleeding Through) all shared a determined strength born of the tension between tragedy and ambition, the fight between creative satisfaction and musical abandon, and the might of collective experience have coalesced with powerful aggression and brilliant precision.
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