Sydney-based punk rock group Clay J Gladstone have just revealed their enthusiastic debut EP Dead Friends which was produced and mixed by Daniel Antix at Def Wolf Studios (Pist Idiots, SCABZ).
The EP is six tracks of dramatic, energetic punk music, propitious with lyrical tension that intertwines with vigorous instrumentation; embracing influences and emphasizing the various elements that make up Clay J Gladstone’s signature sound.
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What a shit of a week it’s been.
I have lost count of the amount of shows that have been postponed or cancelled, but what I do know is I should be getting ready to party at Blacken Open Air this time next week, but instead I still don’t know if I will be allowed out my front door… It’s the word we currently live in, but that doesn’t mean we have to like it!
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Sydney-based punk rock group Clay J Gladstone have unveiled their impervious accompanying music video for Dead Friends.
 
Shot in various locations across Sydney and The Blue Mountains, the video clip depicts the band members vigorously performing the song whilst cutting back and forth between a horror-inspired narrative. Heightened with monochrome grainy cuts, provocative close-up shots and sombre trends, the video emphasises the song’s dark sentiment and lyrical elements.
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Following the release of the supercharged single Balance Sydney-based punk rock group Clay J Gladstone have today returned with their scorching new single.
 
The band has also released a video for the single People Like You which was produced and mixed by Daniel Antix at DefWolf Studios.
 
Listen to People Like You HERE
 
 
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It’s Friday kids so you know what that means? AUSSIE DIGIMAG DAY!!!
 
This week we feature rising Brisbane outfit The Generates who talk about their recent name change and new single Sucker Punch.
 
Riley from Desecrator also stops in to talk about their ferocious new single Summoning while Dave catches up with Icehouse for the latest from the iconic Aussie legends.
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Following on from the warmly-received release of “Sorry” Sydney-based punk rock group Clay J Gladstone return with their enthralling new single “Balance”, the first cut from their upcoming debut EP titled Dead Friends.
 
Featuring infectious guitars, imposing drums, and a spirited melody delivered by frontman Clay J, the track flirts with intensity before launching a full-sized thunderous chorus complete with colossal instrumentation and gritty vocals.
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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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As if to prove the current healthy state of Australian music this week we feature interviews with five of our finest, starting with fresh Adelaide rockers Higgs Field who talk about their debut album Paracusia. Punk tinged outfit Clay J Gladstone and metal monsters Flaming Wrekage stop…Continue Reading

 
Loosely classified as emo/punk, Sydney rockers Clay J Gladstone presented their latest single “Sorry” to the world earlier this week via HEAVY in a move that I have to admit made me question the sanity of the band. Not that there’s anything wrong with the track – it’s actually a belter…Continue Reading

 
Clay J Gladstone formed last year, comprising current and former members of Sydney outfits Resist The Thought, Caulfield and Buried In Verona.
 
After the success of their first single “Melancholy Lunacy”, the band spent the latter half of last year holed up plotting their follow up which arrives today with “Sorry”.
 
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