HEAVY is honoured to be hosting the HEAVY stage at this year’s Moondoll Music Festival to be held at Brisbane’s Mansfield Tavern this Saturday, September 11. Featuring established acts such as Anty!, Flangipanis, Massic, PistonFist and Odius, as well as up and comings acts Mitch, Please!, Eat City, Zero1Zero, The Crypt Daddies, PHD!, Slurpee Jerks, […] …Continue Reading

 
HEAVY has been asked to submit a Spotify Playlist for Saviour Management for their Music Industry Picks which has gone out live now.
 
To see what songs we put forward hit this link https://open.spotify.com/playlist/56V7movvC0apPcOTCbuHOA?si=258723b39db74bc3
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By Luke Scott
 
Metal of Honor presented Southside Of Hell, a collection of live metal bands from Brisbane, supporting Black Rheno from Sydney on their National Tour.
 
Mansfield Tavern did a fantastic job of hosting the event, with the venue, food and staff being of fine quality all day/night.
 
Initial gripes: none really, walking in on Dr Parallax’s set was a good way to get a feel for the room, both atmospherically and sound-wise.
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With music and festivals starting to sprook up around the country, it’s great to see that bands, promoters and punters alike are all ramping up their efforts and love for live music and driving it back into gear. Saturday, May 8th, Brisbane promoters Metal of Honor have put a huge mixed heavy lineup together for one mammoth day of riffs with a solid 13 bands playing from early afternoon right through till late.
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VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS Digi-mag #25 HERE
 
What a week in Australian rock and metal!
 
The Screaming Jets announced not only a massive tour, but have also revealed details about the re-recording of their debut album All For One which just happens to have its 30th anniversary this year. Frontman Dave Gleeson ran us through the juicy details and throws in a few classic stories of a band who has reached their dirty 30’s.
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After exploding onto the local scene with their debut album Redshift, Brisbane metal machine Massic rapidly built up a massive fan base off the back of that release and the intensity of their live performances that often saw vocalist Simon Russell-White crowd surfing through the crowd and dragging punters into his music by sheer ferocity and a tenacious spirit that was instantaneously addictive.
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Sydney brutal groove master’s Black Rheno have just released one hell of a slab of sludge with their new tune “Battle Ready” and they are about to hit the road with it.
 
They are a band that has forged a name for themselves as one of the country’s top heavy acts with their genre-bending mix of stoner, sludge, grind and groove metal.
 
Along with creating their own vibe and style with this infectious assault off riffs, they are also well known for putting on one hell of a live show.
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Si-Fest is upon us!
 
This Saturday night, February 20, sees the Brisbane metal community unite to pay respects and raise money for Simon Russell-White, vocalist from local outfit Massic, who suffered a near-fatal heart complication late last year.
 
That Simon is still with us is a miracle in itself, but with life-saving open-heart…Continue Reading

 
To say Byron Bay metal masters From Crisis To Collapse have been hit harder by the pandemic would be detracting from the universal pasting the music world in general has been subject to, but you have to sympathise with a band who are that close to the Queensland and N.S.W border…Continue Reading

 
VIEW AUSSIE DIGIMAG #10 HERE
 
As if to prove the current healthy state of Australian music this week we feature interviews with five of our finest, starting with fresh Adelaide rockers Higgs Field who talk about their debut album Paracusia. Punk tinged outfit Clay J Gladstone and metal monsters Flaming Wrekage stop…Continue Reading