Just in time for their upcoming US tour this September with Spanish thrash titans Angelus Apatrida and Brazilian death metal legends Nervochaos, South Australian thrash machine Hidden Intent have dropped a hectic, loose new music video guaranteed to leave you thirsty and craving a tinnie.  Filmed by Max Mawby locally at their rehearsal space Dream Theatre Studios, […] …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

South Adelaide thrash outfit Hidden Intent are no strangers to a beer and a laugh in between writing some of the most brutal thrash metal riffs this side of the black stump. The boys – to use the old adage – work hard, play hard, and live even harder, wrapping the whole package neatly together […] …Continue Reading

Just in time for their upcoming US tour this September with Spanish thrash titans Angelus Apatrida and Brazilian death metal legends Nervochaos, South Australian thrash metal titans Hidden Intent have dropped a hectic, loose new music video guaranteed to leave you thirsty and craving a tinnie.  Filmed by Max Mawby locally at their rehearsal space Dream Theatre […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #56 HERE This week we feature Melbourne rock outfit Shake The Temple on the cover, talking about their awesome debut album. New metal/rap hybrid Oddbo¥ also stop in for a chat, as does SIGNV/S and Kiwi lads Voodoo Bloo. We bring you fresh music from Dregg, King’s Vengeance, Stormsinker, Larry […] …Continue Reading

Since their inception in 2011, Adelaide built thrash metal brutes Hidden Intent have been working harder than a meat mincer in an Aussie pie factory, tearing it up globally and refining their chops to a grade A standard that few have reached in Australia. Finally, the boys have finished their “Aussie as fark” new album, […] …Continue Reading

 
VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #23 HERE
 
You may have noticed that both Digi-mags are a day later than usual this week for which I apologise. It turns out riding a motorcycle at 11 pm with a flannelette shirt on is not conducive to your health but that won’t stop me in the future!!!
 
We have a few interviews from some top-notch Aussie bands this week, starting with our cover feature, Arteries, who talk about their killer new album Outdoor Claustrophobic.
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Adelaide thrashers Hidden Intent have released their third album Dead End Destiny, boasting seven new original tracks, a couple of ripping covers in The Chats “Pubfeed” and Slayer‘s “Altar Of Sacrifice” and guest solos from Denmark thrash act Artillery.
 
Fuelled by a firestorm of riffs, frenzied guitar solos, frenetic drumming, gritty vocals and all mashed in together with a solid slab of party, Hidden Intent are itching to tear it up on the live front and charge themselves loose onto Australian crowds like a bull at a gate.
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VIEW HEAVY DIGIMAG #145 HERE
 
After the recent three day scare in Brisbane, it is a sign that we shouldn’t take anything for granted over Easter. Sure, it’s a time for holidays and especially the kids but don’t forget that there is this thing called COVID that looms large in the lives of everyone around us so for the sake of the music world please do the right thing this Easter.
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Hidden Intent’s latest album Dead End Destiny is a return to the thrash roots that so many bands try to emulate but few manage to pull off effectively.
 
With all of the sub-genres emerging these days it is easy for bands to get lost in a myriad of sounds and labels –…Continue Reading