After exploding onto the national scene with their self-titled EP in 2018, Melbourne rock outfit Fight The Sun faded quietly in the background, unheard from for over two years. That changed in 2021 when the band returned with Mistakes, a song which highlighted the band’s quiet period without offering excuses. “It’s about finding an audience, […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #84 HERE The abundance of talent within the Australian music scene at the moment is sensational. Even someone like my good self who lives and breathes music pretty much 24/7 is being ambushed by a wealth of new and established bands that had somehow managed to slip under my radar. […] …Continue Reading

Since returning from a brief hiatus in 2021 Melbourne rock outfit Fight The Sun have wasted no time in making up for their absence, last year releasing the well-received single Mistakes before following that up last week with the catchy as fuck Friends Are Enemies. Showcasing a slightly different side to Fight The Sun, Friends […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #71 HERE HEAVY music is back ladies and metalheads, with recent festivals proving that Aussie bands more than stack up against the international heavyweights. Last weekend’s Halloween Hysteria proved that with three stages full all day and half the night with Aussie talent and not an unkinked neck could be […] …Continue Reading

Melbourne rockers Fight The Sun trade in a brand of hard rock that mixes monster riffs, soaring vocals and even bigger choruses. Their new track Friends are Enemies is an undeniably catchy track that shows the band are destined for big things.  Friends are Enemies delivers big riffs, a huge chorus and gang vocals that will have you banging your […] …Continue Reading

Melbourne rockers Fight The Sun trade in a brand of hard rock that mixes monster riffs, soaring vocals and even bigger choruses. The new track Friends are Enemies is an undeniably catchy track that shows the band are destined for big things. Friends are Enemies delivers big riffs, a huge chorus and gang vocals that will have you banging your head […] …Continue Reading

Who’s never made a mistake? Who’s made 1 or 2? Who has made enough to last a lifetime? Who’s had a lifetime eating dirt? Who’s going to get their just deserts? Who’s redesigned? Who’s reappeared? Who’s on their knees? Who’s given up the dream? Who’s beaten themselves black and blue? Who’s fallen down, stood up? […] …Continue Reading

 
Australia’s very own Rue Morgue Records started off as a dream for acclaimed music photographer John Raptis. That dream started off as wanting to set up an online record store that would eventually become a bricks and mortar store… along the way it evolved into a record label that has just celebrated its second…Continue Reading