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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Eat The Damn Orange‘s debut album Taking The Pith is finally here to intrigue and disturb with 11 absolutely filthy tracks.
 
Frontwoman Tash sets the bar for the high octane, hard rock vocal performance.
 
The Orange have Latin infused guitars and drums, that take a step outside of the regular Aussie-hard-rock scene. Singles began being released late last year, first single out of the gate was “Gloryhole Nightmare”, followed by “Queen of Jack”, “Hook” and “Keep Up With Me”.
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VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #15 HERE
 
Despite the best efforts of a certain individual to bring the Australian Music Industry and media to their knees, this weeks Aussie Digi-Mag still has plenty to offer.
 
I don’t want to vent too much here because we all know how fucked this whole situation is, but one…Continue Reading

Melbourne ‘fun’ rockers Eat The Damn Orange break the Melbourne lockdown live music drought as they take to the stage alongside Riff Raiders and Karly Jewell. This week HEAVY Magazine sat down with the band and chatted to them about the show and also about their new single “Hook” and their brand new album that will…Continue Reading

 
VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #9 HERE
 
Thank fuck it’s Friday I say!
 
I’m off to the Gold Coast for a few days R&R this weekend plus watch some killer bands in the process but before I sign off for the day please allow me to welcome you to this weeks Australian Artist Dig-mag!
 
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Headstone Records have offered up their final release of the year from hard rocking comedy kings and queen, Eat The Damn Orange.
 
With an unorthodox blending of ripping guitar solos and 90’s tinged vocals, Eat The Damn Orange are planning to have an album out by the middle of next year but…Continue Reading