Photographer: Matt Holliday
Photographer: Alicia Stephenson – https://www.facebook.com/AliciaGaiPhotography
Continue reading Photo Gallery : Groovin’ The Moo 2015, Maitland – Bands
By Meghan Player
With Groovin’ The Moo steadily making its way around the country – it’s only natural that a string of sideshows crop up in its wake. Most notably is tonight’s winning combination of punk rock meets pop rock.
Continue reading Live Review : You Me At Six + Luca Brasi at The Metro Theatre, Sydney – May 6, 2015
Photographer: Meghan Player
Continue reading Photo Gallery : You Me At Six + Luca Brasi at The Metro Theatre, Sydney – May 6, 2015
Photographer: Carl Dziunka
Continue reading Photo Gallery: Groovin’ The Moo 2015, Bendigo – Bands
Photographer: Matt Holliday
Continue reading Photo Gallery : You Me At Six at The Hi-Fi, Melbourne – April 30, 2015
** Update **
AVASTERA are a unique and diverse band from Perth who have quickly landed stepping stones of distinct accomplishments and successes very early on in their career. To simply narrow them down and label them to one specific genre would not justify their unique sound, an interesting yet catchy blend of Alternative Rock, Pop-punk, Melodic Prog Metal, Contemporary Pop. Due to their well-crafted sound and consistent drive to take things to the next level, things can only get bigger from here for AVASTERA.
Catch them supporting YOU ME AT SIX in Perth!
Continue reading You Me At Six – Australian Tour 2015 – Local Support Announced (Perth)
Roll along the open highway and let the scent of nature carry you away. Delve into an experimental landscape and be welcomed into the oasis of Groovin the Moo (GTM) 2015.
Continue reading Groovin the Moo (GTM) 2015 Lineup Announced
Photographer: Maria de Vera Photography
Continue reading Photo Gallery: You Me At Six @ Brisbane Entertainment Centre – January 9, 2014
|“I think the name of the tour says it all” says Parkway Drive vocalist Winston McCall. “When we first started going to shows we we’re stoked to be able to see a bunch of bands that we liked, but also that may not sound exactly the same. These days it seems every tour has become so stream lined to one particular sound you may as well be watching the same band play four or five times in a row”. “This tour has a bit of everything for anyone who like’s their music a little faster, a little more energetic, something local, something punk, something heavy, something rock, and then us hahaha. It’s everything we love, and we couldn’t be more siked”
You Me At Six frontman Josh Franceschi commented “We’re really happy to announce that we’ll be hitting Australia with our boys in Parkway Drive. The shows are going to be HUUUGGGEEE, so if you like either of our bands head down. Ripper!
Review: Ben Hosking
Bring Me the Horizon (BMTH) have divided opinions since their arrival on the scene with 2006’s ‘Count Your Blessings’. While they certainly have their legion of fans – as evidenced by their recent chart success here in Australia – many more have been very vocal about their ‘hate’ for the Sheffield, England quintet.
2008’s ‘Suicide Season’ did well to win over some of the haters with its focused deathcore approach. However, it will be their newest release ‘There Is a Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let’s Keep It a Secret’ that will turn the tide for BMTH.
Only young tykes when they started, BMTH have clearly done some growing in the intervening six years. The addition of Jona Weinhofen (Bleeding Through) on guitars, backing vocals, keys and programming in 2009 has also brought a welcome intricacy and depth to their sound.
Continue reading Bring Me the Horizon “There Is a Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let’s Keep It a Secret” – CD Review