VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #37 HERE
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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In their short history Queensland punk outfit have certainly seen the highs and lows of the music industry. From getting to open for bands like Bodyjar and 28 Days through to seeing the last twelve months become a time of no gigs and band member changeovers it has been a wild ride for the boys that just want to write new music.
Now the boys are just released their brand new album titled Everyday Warrior – an album that explores topics as far and wide as aliens right through to human brainwashing.
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VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTIST DIGIMAG #36 HERE
 
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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Queensland’s Fake News will release their new album Everyday Warrior on July 21.
 
Formed in 2017, Fake News quickly established themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the punk scene releasing their debut EP and sharing the stage with many punk legends including
Good Riddance, No Fun At All, Death By Stereo, Bodyjar, 28 Days and Guttermouth all in their first year as a band.
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HEAVY are proud to have Sydney rockers Crosson grace this week’s cover, with frontman Jason Crosson joining us to chat about their new live album/Blue Ray Live At The Orpheum that is out now!
 
We also chat with A Somerset Parade about their latest single Alpha plus The Mercy Kills stop in to talk about thier upcoming show as part of the Moondoll Festival in Brisbane.
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The Sunshine Coast has been quiet on the live music front of late, but that is about to change quickly with the opening next month of Eleven Dive Bar in Maroochydore.
 
Even the mere promise of a return to live entertainment has been enough to generate excitement in the region, but with today’s announcement of bands over the opening weekend that excitement has turned into something more.
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