Photographer: Krista Melsom – www.facebook.com/kristabellaphotography
There aren’t many bigger names in metal than SLAYER and Australia is extremely lucky they get to experience one last time and to farewell this legendary band as they hit Download Festival and sideshows in Brisbane and Adelaide with fellow Big Four brothers ANTHRAX and the Polish Hammer of BEHEMOTH.
Continue reading Tour News : Catch SLAYER on their final world Tour right here in Australia – March 2019
Sevendust‘s return to Australia just got even better with the announcement of national support – the red-hot REDHOOK! On top of that, they are today announcing Meet-and-Greet packages are now available at mjrpresents.com. New Zealand’s support act will be announced very soon.
Continue reading Tour News : Sevendust announce Redhook as 2019 Australian Tour support
As her March 29 album release date approaches, Billie Eilish has released a brand new track today titled ‘wish you were gay’, taken from her forthcoming debut full-length WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?. ‘wish you were gay’ has long been a fan favourite since early demo’s started circulating online in 2017. The song playfully details the longing and consequent coping of teenage lust and rejection.
Continue reading Billie Eilish shares new track ‘wish you were gay’
Review by Natasha Wyborn
Belinda Carlisle entertained a sold out crowd at Ulumbarra Theatre Bendigo on Friday night. Currently touring Australia celebrating the 30th Anniversary of her 1989 world wide smash album Runaway Horses.
Continue reading Live Review : Belinda Carlisle + 1927 at Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo – 1 March 2019
Stephen Cummings has all of his ducks in a row! Armed with his first taste of music in a few years courtesy of brand new (and 20th overall) solo album Prisoner Of Love, it’s as if Stephen Cummings has turned full circle.
Continue reading Tour News : Stephen Cummings – ‘A Life is a Life’ Tour 2019
Sydney based Pop Rock outfit Adaptors have just released their new single ‘Pulse’.
The band have also announced their forthcoming EP release (out March 15th) and East Coast tour dates.
Continue reading Tour News : ADAPTORS – ‘Out Of This World’ Tour 2019
2018 was a massive year for WA’s Good Doogs. They released three singles (“Nothing To Do”, “So Dumb” and “Want That”) which all received significant radio airplay on triple j, triple j unearthed, and community radio around the country, a few hundred thousand streams, as well as packed up the van for four (yes, FOUR) laps of the country.
Continue reading Tour News : Good Doogs announce “Nobody/Alone” 2019 National Tour
Indie-rock band Mantell return as a quintet with their upbeat new single, Can I Set It Right. Hailing from Melbourne’s inner suburbs, the band offer an alluring mash up of diverging guitars, harmonious bass lines, and a modern take on the sound of classic seventies drumming.
Continue reading MANTELL – ‘Can I Set It Right’ (Soundcloud Stream)
Musician, songwriter, producer, actor, director, activist, radio DJ, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, and one of the founding members of Bruce Springsteen’s iconic E Street Band: Steven Van Zandt brings his infectious, rousing Rock & Soul band Little Steven and the Disciples Of Soul to Australia for two life-affirming headline live shows in April 2019, proudly presented by Frontier Touring.
Continue reading Little Steven and the Disciples Of Soul | Summer Of Sorcery Tour | Melbourne & Sydney – April 2019
Mythology, pagan belief and spirituality combine with brutally melodic metal to provide a concert experience like no other.
ELUVEITIE have long found their very own trademark sound, a sonic adventure based in Celtic visions of a Gaulish past, and the band are excited to be bringing their brand new line-up, darkly atmospheric new album Ategnatos and classic works from their entire 17 year history to Australian fans.
Continue reading Tour News : ELUVEITIE – Australian Tour – May 2019
Genre-melding rock outfit Hellions are gearing up for their biggest run of Australian headline shows to date this May, stopping off in Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, with special guests Yours Truly and Dregg lending their support nationally. The band have handpicked some of their favourite Aussie bands to join them along the way including Sleep Talk, The Beautiful Monument, Nautical Mile, Young Lions and Between You & Me.
Continue reading Hellions Announce 2019 Australian Tour With Special Guests Yours Truly, Dregg and More!
Review and Photos by Peter Coates
Nickelback have the big stage set and great lights of the stadium rock band they now are, and open up with Feed The Machine, followed by Woke Up this Morning and while we are packing up the cameras, the more laid back hit of Photograph. An extra guitarist appears for the huge crowd singalong of Far Away to fill out the acoustic depth, and keeps popping up on guitar and keys through the set. And the light show continues to impress.
Continue reading Live Review : NICKELBACK – ‘Feed The Machine’ Tour – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – 13 February 2019
Review and Photos by Peter Coates
Bad Wolves are a new one to me, and the hardcore rap metal / numetal ‘supergroup’ from LA made up of past members of some variously known rock and metal acts seemed to get a pretty solid reaction from the early crowd in Brisbane.
Continue reading Live Review : Bad Wolves – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – 13 February 2019
Following the releases of 2018, The Middle and Altered States, progressive trio Cog are set to release their third single as they redefine their practice within the modern music landscape. In succession of 2008’s album Sharing Space, the Australian underground icons are running into 2019 with a track that will bring them closer to their followers, Drawn Together.
Continue reading COG – ‘Drawn Together’ Single & 2019 Tour