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We face yet another weekend of disappointment in Australia, with Melbourne and Sydney currently in lockdown and several other states closely monitoring the situation. There’s too many gigs to itemise, but chances are if you planned on catching a live show in either state this weekend, check with the venue to make sure it’s still going ahead, but I don’t like your chances…
 
To help ease the pain, this week’s DigiMag brings you all the latest from the local scene, starting with our feature cover story on Brisbane’s A Somerset Parade who talk about their killer new single Alpha and lots more.
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VIEW HEAVY Digi-Mag Issue #154 HERE
 
Metal fans the world over rejoice!
 
Helloween are preparing to drop their latest self titled album – a release that many thought would never eventuate. Bass player Markus Grosskopf joined HEAVY for a chat about the album and the decision to continue after the Pumpkins United Tour.
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VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #30 HERE
 
As Victoria continues to be in forced isolation the best thing we can do is keep the music flag flying, which we have done this week in a massive Australian Artists DigiMag that is dedicated to everyone doing it tough down South.
 
New Zealand rock outfit Electric Wizard grace this weeks cover, plus we chat with legendary touring artist Nick Barker about the upcoming Reptiles live shows in October.
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Melbourne metalcore outfit Drown This City have unleashed their latest EP Colours We Won’t Know on the world, and what a treat it is!
 
The follow up to universally lauded 2019 EP Alpha//Survivor, much of the talk surrounding this EP in the lead up to its release was the addition of Toby Thomas on bass, but, more importantly, the transition of most of the harsh vocals from vocalist Alex Reade to the bands newest member.
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VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS Digi-mag #29 HERE
 
I want to start out by sending a big shout out to all of Victoria. The whole state is in its first day of a seven-day firm lockdown and although we can only imagine how tough it is, know the metal fraternity has your back! This has already led to the cancellation or postponement of a number of interstate shows so let’s hope we can ease the numbers over the next week so the rebuilding can begin.
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By Olivia Reppas
 
Melbourne heavy outfit Drown This City are one of those rare bands that openly wear their heart on their sleeve through their music.
 
With their previous release Alpha//Survivor, vocalist Alex Reade purged herself of inner demons, gathering her strength and resolve in an effort to break free of restraints and with the latest EP Colours We Won’t Know the powerful and dynamic vocalist winds back the clock and stares past torments squarely in the eye.
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Melbourne metalcore risers Drown This City release their earth-shattering EP Colours We Won’t Know today via UNFD.
 
Following their earlier music video for single “New Burn Order“, the band are celebrating today’s release with the reveal of a music video for EP standout “Carbon14”.
 
“Carbon14” was written lyrically by DTC bassist/vocalist Toby Thomas, who shares that the track is a comparison between carbon isotope (or, Carbon 14) and himself – where the former is an atom known for being in a constant state of decay, Thomas describes how he has often felt this way in relation to his mental health journey.
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VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #26 HERE
 
This week’s Aussie Digimag features a nice spread of established and emerging artists, with Sydney’s Our Last Enemy gracing the cover with a great interview with bass player Matt about the crushing new single “Decline Atrophy” and more.
 
Karnivool‘s guitarist and all-round nice guy Hoss stops in to talk about next week’s Livestream event celebrating 10 years since the release of their groundbreaking album Sound Awake and Adrian Narayan also joins us to chat about what he has been up to.
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Melbourne metalcore outfit Drown This City have announced their new EP Colours We Won’t Know will be released on Friday May 28 via UNFD.
 
Following their new single and video “New Burn Order” last month, the band are following up with a fierce new cut from the EP titled “Borderline Existence”.
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VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #22 HERE
 
This week’s Aussie Digimag brings you interviews with Days Like These, Kastiell, A Gazillion Angry Mexicans, Dip and Crypt Crawler, all talking about fantastic new music from each of these artists.
 
We feature new music from Polaris, Arteries, Days Like These, Harbor The Code, Drown This City, Hailmary, Bison, Swimsuit Issue, Where The Devil and Zombonimo, plus Polaris reveal details of their upcoming tour.
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