“We’ve got a bit of a different set to normal. We’re opening and closing a bit differently, and I’m really keen to see how that goes with the crowd.” Jacob Charlton Australian metal outfit Thornhill proved their musical confidence and diversity earlier this year with the release of their sophomore album Heroine, an album that […] …Continue Reading

Emerging from the shadows of a music world left in turmoil, Brisbane blackened death metal outfit Black Lava have wasted little time in establishing themselves on the national radar. Comprising members and former members of known acts such as Hadal Maw and Ne Obliviscaris, Black Lava have remained relatively quiet in the lead-up to their […] …Continue Reading

Organisers of this year’s Good Things Festival have managed to find a way to open the showcase event up to an even larger percentage of Australian bands. Rather than select the final band to play on each of the three line-ups themselves, organisers instead threw that challenge over to fans who first voted online to […] …Continue Reading

In a musical landscape that is forever evolving, the fear of the unknown is, for many, too much to fathom. While trends and fashions and genres and subgenres continue to spew forth on the public, seldom does such experimentation or vision do more than merely scratch the surface, possibly afraid of what might be found […] …Continue Reading

“You’re kind of getting forgotten about if you’re not releasing new music.” Dave Cutting Early in their career, Sydney rock outfit Chasing Lana managed to tap into that sweet spot of music that enabled them to appeal to a wide variety of music lovers. By embracing their heavier elements but balancing them with equal parts […] …Continue Reading

In the early ’90s, Spread Eagle was, in many ways, the east coast’s answer to Guns N’ Roses. Sure, you had Skid Row hailing out of Jersey, but no band harnessed the street-tough grizzle of NYC like Spread Eagle.
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Canadian fuzz rockers AAWKS go beyond the sun and behind the music to discuss ((((Heavy on the Cosmic))))) track by track.
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