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Katatonia Announce Australian Tour December 2016

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Swedish melodic metal heavy weights KATATONIA finally return to Australia for their First Ever Headline Tour this December! KATATONIA’S sound has no boundaries or limitation. Heartfelt vocals compliment the multi-layered and mesmerising riffs that guide the listener to a whole different world.
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Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, Anthrax, Biffy Clyro and Slipknot for Sonisphere Festival 2011 [Festival News]


[Photo Credit: Stuart Blythe]
  Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax are set to headline next year’s .

The bands – dubbed the Big Four – will top the bill on the opening day of the event, which runs from July 8-10 at Knebworth.

It will mark the first time all four bands have brought their show to the UK.

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HELLYEAH! Australian Tour – July 2010

An undeniable void exists in heavy metal… don’t fear… HELLYEAH are back to revive it in their true bombastic style!

  Brace yourself because metal’s baddest group of outlaws, Vinnie Paul (Pantera, Damageplan), Chad Gray (Mudvayne), Greg Tribbett (Mudvayne), Bob Zilla (Damageplan) and Tom Maxwell (Nothingface) are on the verge of releasing ‘Stampede’, the follow up to their 2007 self-titled debut. Chad Gray says of the album “I couldn’t wait to write this record. I can’t wait for our fans to hear it and I definitely can’t wait to hit the fucking stage and play it!

Stampede represents every emotion that you’ve ever had and everything that screams HELLYEAH! There’s no smoke and mirrors with what we are. What you see is what you get. And what your get is five guys bringin’ it, a head full of music and bleeding ears!” Continue reading

KARNIVOOL fans demand more shows

  Once again, KARNIVOOL, Perth’s hugely successful purveyors of heavy rock prove their popularity and status on the live music scene! With 8 shows on their national tour sold out the band is pleased to announce final extra shows to cope with demand for the New Day tour – their last national headline Australian tour for their Sound Awake album.

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SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS TO CELEBRATE 10TH ANNIVERSARY AT WOODFORD

SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS TO CELEBRATE 10TH ANNIVERSARY AT WOODFORD
Dates & Venue Confirmed for 2010

Splendour In The Grass has been working toward establishing a permanent sustainable event venue to stage the festival. The chosen 660 acre North Byron Parklands site at Yelgun in the Byron Shire is undergoing the comprehensive approval process with the NSW Department of Planning for a permanent cultural event venue and will not be ready for next year’s event.

While this approval process goes ahead, Splendour In The Grass organisers are delighted to announce the festival will temporarily relocate to Woodford in Queensland, home of the Woodford Folk Festival, for the event’s 10th anniversary in 2010.
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Live Review: True Live + The Kidney Thieves @ The Zoo, Brisbane 4 July 2009

True Live @ The Zoo , Brisbane 4 July 2009
Supported by: The Kidney Thieves.
Author: Jose Eduardo Cruz

True Live   Saturday was a very cold and windy night in Brisbane, which would keep many a punter at home. Being Brisbane anything short of perfect weather keeps most concert goers away from live venues. Keeping this in mind, the attendance level was a testament to the calibre of performance we were about to witness.

Supporting act, The Kidney Thieves are definitely not shy or suffer from stage fright. These guys have been around for a while now and have developed a nice following in their home town. Charismatic or maybe a bit insane is how you would

describe their front man, Jack Muzak. You can’t call these guys a warm up band; they are more like a set fire to the stage band and hope the next band can still use it. Their sound takes me back to a Faith No More era, where sounds and styles blended. Sex Panther an 8 minute epic, riddled with so many time changes that you forget which song it is, illustrated this bands wild nature. The Kidney Thieves equal fun.
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20th Anniversary Abbey Medieval Festival, 11th & 12th July 2009

Medieval Battle
[Photo: Stuart Blythe]
  Saturday 11th July and Sunday 12th July mark the 20th Anniversary of the Abbey Medieval Festival.

The Abbey Medieval Festival offers an experience unlike any other. The colour, pageantry and atmosphere and the authenticity of performers will transport visitors back in time in this unique week of festival activities. Visitors will thrill to the excitement and skill of the Joust, the roar of knights in battle and be entertained by the beautiful Middle-eastern dancers, drama, music and the markets. They may also indulge their medieval taste buds and feast on tantalizing food at the Medieval Banquet or dance their way into the starry night at the Masque Ball.

This year the Jousting Spectacular will be more thrilling and competitive than ever before! The Joust is one of the festivals most popular spectacles. It is now ticketed to guarantee seating or standing space to allow as many people as possible to clearly see the event. There will be three tilts each day to maximise the opportunity for visitors to enjoy this dangerous and yet exciting event.
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Dan Hicks and The Innocent Bystanders @ The Tivoli, Brisbane 24-25 July 2009

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Dan Hicks and The Innocent Bystanders

Dan Hicks   Dan Hicks is truly an American original. His unique blend of swing, jazz, folk and country music, coupled with his irresistible sense of rhythm, hip lyrical styling, laid-back vocalising, and infamous on-stage wit make his live audiences fans for life. For more than 40 years, most famously with his band The Hot Licks, Dan has been a stalwart of the American music scene.

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The Paris Opera Ballet La Bayadère @ QPAC 24 june – 7 July 2009

On Saturday 20 June the Company will perform a one-off Grand Gala. Performed by the étoiles and premier danseurs of the company the programme for this extraordinary evening will not only showcase the talents of the participating dancers but also provide a sampler of the company’s remarkable repertoire, featuring highlights from ballets by Serge Lifar, George Balanchine, Maurice Bejart, Jiří Kylián and Roland Petit.
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Josh Pyke wants YOU to make his next video! (Be Quick – Deadline Midnight July 2nd 2009)

Josh Pyke wants YOU to make his next video!

joshpyke   Josh Pyke has worked with some very talented artists and directors in the past, and now he’s calling on his fans to create the video for his new single ‘You Don’t Scare Me’.

Josh will choose his favourite clip from all those submitted, and the video will be used as the official clip for the single. It will be premiered on Channel Ten’s Video Hits, and will then be serviced to other music video programs and stations. The director of the clip will also be awarded AUD$2500 and signed copies of all of Josh’s albums.

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TALONS are touring nationally with REGULAR JOHN! – June/July 2009

Talons are hitting the road as main support for ol pals Regular John on their
“The Peaceful Atom is a Bomb” National album tour!Regular John
[photo: Stuart Blythe]
Talons will also have released their self-titled album through RICE IS NICE on May 30th just as the tour kicks off. Talons are thrilled to have been asked to head along for the 13 dates to unleash new songs from their highly anticipated release on to the willing crowds.
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St.George Bank Brisbane International Film Festival : 30 July – 9 August 2009

The St.George Bank Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF) will return to Brisbane from 30 July to 9 August with a stunning array of films from Australia and across the world.

Now in its 18th year, this year’s festival promises to again bring audiences a range of cinematic highlights, including Australian and international premieres, gala events and a host of fascinating international guests.

The festival program and tickets will be released in early July.

For information and bookings, visit www.stgeorgebiff.com.au.

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Renée Geyer – Renéessance – June, July 2009 Tour

Renée Geyer – Renéessance
Liberation Blue Acoustic Series

“I’ve avoided doing this album for a long time for the simple reason that I’ve already done these songs. I finally said yes ’cause we agreed to do it live at my keyboard player’s house: just set up like an acoustic gig and play. People tend to like the intimacy of that. It has a certain energy and I think it works.”

Intimate doesn’t mean gentle, as the opening salvo of Renéessance makes bracingly clear. Untreated and unaccompanied, Renée Geyer’s full-throttle entry into the reggae classic, Dedicated To The One I Love, serves notice of an album easy on amps but as highly charged as her most soulful work.
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The Getaway Plan @ Red Room – University Of Queensland, 19 July 2008

The Getaway Plan
The Getaway Plan played an “all ages” gig at the Red Room – University of Queensland, 19 July 2008 as part of the Brisbane leg of their “Where The City Meets The Sea” tour (supported by Goodnight Nurse and Closure in Moscow).

Live Review: fasterlouder review by brittles 

The Getaway Plan The Getaway Plan The Getaway Plan Goodnight Nurse Goodnight Nurse Legs
Photos:  The Getaway Plan live 
Links:  The Getaway Plan @ Myspace  –  Boomtown Records  – University of Queensland  – FasterLouder 
Support bands: Closure in MoscowGoodnight Nurse 

Tex Perkins Headlines At Nights Outside – 19 July 2008

Tex Perkins
QPAC’s free Nights Outside program is gaining a reputation for showcasing some of the country’s biggest names in music and this month it’s set to grow further.

In recent months, acts such as Avalon Drive, Sparkadia and Young and Restless have had QPAC’s Cascade Court buzzing. (click here for Avalon Drive QPAC article)

On 19 July, Tex Perkins will headline the entertainment along with his good friend and former Cruel Sea cavalier, James Cruikshank.

Fresh from recording his new studio album, due to be released by Universal Records later this year, Tex comes to QPAC to play some classic tunes from his back catalogue – and possibly some new tracks too.

Also featuring at Nights Outside on 19 July is Australian alt pop-rock treasure Fi Claus.

Brisbane based Fi has recently toured Australia to launch her second iTunes single, I’ll Be Spending.  Fi Claus’s free performance at QPAC will feature Emma Dean.

Tex Perkins - The Cruel Sea

Ticket Information:
What:     Nights Outside – featuring Tex Perkins and Fi Claus
When:    Saturday 19 July from 7pm
Where:   Cascade Court, QPAC, South Bank
Tickets:  FREE