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VIEW HEAVY DIGIMAG #205 HERE We love it when new groups come across our desks at HEAVY, but when those groups have friends in Bathory and Sabaton then the excitement levels go through the roof! So it is with new outfit DAMPF, the brainchild of Martin “E-Type” Erikson, AKA A-Tron. DAMPF release their debut album […] …Continue Reading

JOHN CORABI needs no introduction. The ex Motley Crue, Dead Daisies, Union, The Scream and ESP frontman is a rock ‘n’ roll journeyman with one of the biggest and most recognisable voices in rock. John returns to Australia this week ahead of the release of his autobiography Horseshoes & Hand Grenades for an intimate acoustic […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY DIGIMAG #204 HERE Cover photo supplied and taken by Alex Morgan Imaging Music in general is finally starting to spread its wings around the globe once more, with Rock, Punk and Metal all seeing a welcome return to our ears and stages. After three years of silence, Australia’s premiere metal festival Blacken Open […] …Continue Reading

“I talk a little bit about meeting Motley Crue, just the whole thing. I try to keep it light-hearted and funny.” JOHN CORABI When you think of the name John Corabi, it is almost instinctive to play word association and come up with Motley Crue straight after, but the singer is more than just the […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #73 HERE It’s a monster week in Australian music, with the inaugural Uncaged Festival due to kick off in Sydney on April 23 before moving to Brisbane the following day. We speak with a few of the bands appearing, including Molly & The Krells, El Colosso, I Built The Sky […] …Continue Reading

On the eve of the release of his autobiography Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, in which he recounts his life from the streets of Philadelphia to the Sunset Strip and beyond, JOHN CORABI brings his intimate solo acoustic show to Australia for the first time in what can be considered a career retrospective of sorts. Fans can expect to […] …Continue Reading