VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #27 HERE
 
This week’s Australian Artist DigiMag is further proof – if any was needed – that music in this country is great and only getting better!
 
Acolyte feature on the cover, talking about their latest masterpiece Entropy, with Grinding Eyes, Carmeria and Nothing Sacred also giving us the inside information on their new releases.
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If you’ve ever set foot in Checkpoint, you’ll already know it’s more than just a bar. It’s our happy place – where we game together, sing together, dress up together and make the best memories together. It’s where we are family!
 
Unfortunately, as some of you may know, running this little slice of nerd heaven hasn’t come without its challenges. From leasing issues and severe flood damage to the ol’ Rona… it’s been a tough ride for our mates Luke and Teeshan to keep the doors open.
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The countdown is on as Brisbane metal machine Diskust prepare to launch their first Southern invasion next weekend.
 
The band are putting the finishing touches to their new single “Khronic” and have promised to unleash the track every stop of the way to Kilfest on May 1.
 
Starting at the Crowbar in Sydney on Thursday, April 29, Diskust then move to the Basement in Canberra on Friday, April 30 before winding up at the Old Kilmore Gaol on Saturday, May 1.
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VIEW HEAVY DIGIMAG #145 HERE
 
After the recent three day scare in Brisbane, it is a sign that we shouldn’t take anything for granted over Easter. Sure, it’s a time for holidays and especially the kids but don’t forget that there is this thing called COVID that looms large in the lives of everyone around us so for the sake of the music world please do the right thing this Easter.
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Brisbane metal outfit Diskust have announced yet another date on the road to Kilfest in Melbourne, with the band securing a show at Crowbar in Sydney on April 29.
 
Diskust will be bringing Gold Coast melodic metal machine Awake In Time for the show, with Sydney metalcore band Through It All and locals Engraved rounding out the line-up.
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It is an age-old given that before one attempts to conquer the world around him, he must first dominate his immediate landscape.
 
After toiling in and around Brisbane for the better part of three years, Diskust have well and truly done the hard yards, but more importantly, have seen the fruits of…Continue Reading

 
Tonight (Thursday) sees the first show of From Crisis To Collapse‘s Queensland Invasion Tour which kicks off at Mo’s Desert Clubhouse in Burleigh Heads.
 
Proudly presented by Destroy All Lines, the mini-tour wraps up on February 13 when the boys crash The Other Festival with a headlining spot on The Faction Stage.
 
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VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #13 HERE
 
Plenty happening in the local music scene at the moment and this week sees interviews with five Australian bands who are gearing up for a massive 2021!
 
From Crisis To Collapse join us to talk about next weekends The Other Festival and what the band has been up…Continue Reading

 
To say Byron Bay metal masters From Crisis To Collapse have been hit harder by the pandemic would be detracting from the universal pasting the music world in general has been subject to, but you have to sympathise with a band who are that close to the Queensland and N.S.W border…Continue Reading

 
VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #12 HERE
 
After spending five days on the road with Diskust, Piston Fist and Awake In Time I have come to the absolute realisation that Australian metal is in for a massive 2021.
 
Not only can overseas artists not get in to the country, the work ethic and talent of…Continue Reading