Tix on sale 9am Thursday April 28th shihad.oztix.com.au
“If anger is an energy, Shihad’s fury is such that it could power a city for years.” Rolling Stone
“Toogood is clearly pissed off with certain states of affairs, and he’s not afraid to say so; fittingly, his bandmates have outdone themselves to match his fury.” The Australian
Shihad return to Australian stages this June and July for the first time since their FVEY tour in 2014, joined on the East Coast leg by Adelaide punk rock trio – Grenadiers.
Hard and fast Adelaide punk rock’n’rollers GRENADIERS have been announced as main support in Millencolin‘s fast approaching April/May national tour.
Review and photos by Meghan Player
Sometimes a gig will come along that sets expectations high, long before the doors of the venue are opened. Tonight is one of the those gigs; setting to combine some front-runners in the Australian pop-punk and rock scenes, with one of California’s best exports.
Photographer: Meghan Player
KillRockStar Entertainment presents San Diego melodic punk rock stalwarts Unwritten Law in Australia for their Love Is The Law tour this December, with very special guests, Adelaide’s Grenadiers.
Apparently you can’t build a tour out of muffins, but Melbourne post-punk loons The Sinking Teeth are out to prove otherwise on a ten date, five state tour this June/July. The tour will celebrate the release of their new single ‘You Can’t Build A Bike Out Of Muffins’, which will be released in coming weeks. The track is the first single from their second EP Salt & Stitches which will be launched on the final date of the tour at The Workers Club in Melbourne on July 26.
In between being naked on stage supporting Calling All Cars and taking promo jobs dressed as Freddo Frog to pay for studio time, The Sinking Teeth have spent the last six months chipping away at writing and recording Salt & Stitches, a follow up to White Water which was released in October of last year.