February 4 Pile Of San Records Bodyjar are an iconic Australian punk outfit, having inspired thousands of pogos and flailing of limbs across dance floors since 1990. Over the course of eight albums they have maintained their youthful angst and humour, following a tried and true formula that has never grown stale. While never gaining […] …Continue Reading

“I’m such a procrastinator when it comes to lyrics and stuff, always leave them to the last minute” Wollongong punk/metal rock darlings Totally Unicorn are the anthesis of whatever image should come to your mind based on the band name alone. Except maybe for the warm, fuzzy feeling they leave imprinted on your subconscious with […] …Continue Reading

Brisbane Hardcore-Groove-Metal quintet Massic return with the announcement of their first single in almost 2 years entitled Surrender. After gaining a reputation for their heavy hitting, in-your-face form of groove-laden Hardcore tracks with debut album Redshift, Massic followed it up with the crushing track Assimilate which received rave reviews throughout the Brisbane and Australian heavy […] …Continue Reading

Sydney-based alternative-rock force RedHook have today unleashed their diabolical new single Low Budget Horror, arguably their heaviest single to date and their first-ever self-produced effort.  Produced by RedHook guitarist Craig Wilkinson, mixed by James Paul Wisner (Stand Atlantic, Underoath) and mastered by Sam Guaiana (Between You & Me), the track delivers a frantic explosion of Pendulum-esque drum & bass energy, walloping guitar riffs and […] …Continue Reading

Australia’s heavy trailblazers Northlane have debuted their new single Plenty, the next offering lifted from their forthcoming album, Obsidian, out April 1 via Believe. The band have also expanded their June headline run, adding extra shows in Sydney and Melbourne to meet demand. One of the more classic Northlane-sounding tracks on Obsidian, Plenty is a bleak look at forsaking […] …Continue Reading

After exciting fans with the single Casanova, Thornhill return with their pulsing new track Arkangel. Casanova was the first new music from the band since its 2019 debut The Dark Pool. The track swung heads for its elevated imagery— dripping in glitter and Hollywood glam. Thornhill back things up again with Arkangel. They no doubt confirm that they’ve stepped into an inspired new era, both musically and visually. They […] …Continue Reading

While most high school students are posting their grievances on social media and calling out their adversaries via proxy, New Zealand punk rock upstarts Sit Down In Front have settled on a much more viable and effective way to get their point across, without hiding behind anything or anyone. All still at school, the boys […] …Continue Reading

Emerging from the alt-rock depths in a shroud of emo-punk comes three skeletal figures… Adelaide’s own Nocturnal Animals are back, already making their mark on 2022 with brand-new single Where’s My Mind Been?  Known for their high-energy anthems, recounting angst-ridden tales with distinctively thematic stylings, Nocturnal Animals have produced six smashing singles since their debut in 2020, with last year’s release of Outside and Articuno Makes […] …Continue Reading

Formed in the winter of 1999, SkinInc. quickly hit the Perth music scene with a bang. Their fourth gig was played from the middle of a speedway to 5,000 racing fans, and their biggest performance was at Australia’s Big Day Out festival in the year 2000 with 35,000 people – not bad for the band’s […] …Continue Reading

Brisbane hardcore-groove-metal quintet Massic return with the announcement of their first single in almost two years, entitled Surrender. After gaining a reputation for their heavy hitting, in-your-face form of groove-laden Hardcore tracks with debut album Redshift, Massic followed it up with the crushing track Assimilate, which received rave reviews throughout the Brisbane and Australian heavy […] …Continue Reading