TesseracT vocalist Daniel Tompkins has announced details on his first live stream show, ‘Ruins: Live Experience’ which will be broadcast onSunday, November 27 at 7.00am Sydney time  WATCH THE “RUINS: LIVE EXPERIENCE” TRAILER HEREhttps://youtu.be/LfGBVXnSET0 Tompkins released his most recent solo album ‘Ruins’ in December 2020 via Kscope. The album saw him rework his debut album ‘Castles’ alongside producer […] …Continue Reading

Two years after “The Hidden Hare” debut EP, the progressive metalcore / deathcore artist NADAE comes back with a new single. The track is called “The Fighter” and it will be included in the new album “The Septhed: Gods of Kenilworth”, scheduled to be released later this year. Watch the brand-new lyric video right here. […] …Continue Reading

If there was ever a time for forward thinking prog-rock outfit COLD NIGHT FOR ALLIGATORS to sit back and rest on their laurels it would have been the time going into their new album. The band’s last album, Fervor, was critically acclaimed and I remember chatting to the band around its release and having them […] …Continue Reading

For thirty years Katatonia have dominated the prog rock scene and over that time they have built up a pretty decent collection of B-Sides and rare tracks that have pretty much disappeared for anybody that wasn’t lucky enough to be able to grab a copy of the original material at the time. For that reason […] …Continue Reading

From the moment Fijian-born musician Adrian Narayan heard metal music he knew he wanted to be a musician. In the early days he grew up on a healthy diet of Limp Bizkit and Korn today Narayan has been wowing Melbourne audiences with his prog/metal style and he recently released a new single titled Fight Friend Flee.
Now Narayan sits down and talks to Dave Griffiths about his debut EP – The Reptile Mind EP – which is set to be released on June 11th.
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The last couple of months have been a busy time for Byron Bay’s favorite sons In Hearts Wake. The band have finally been able to hit the road and continue their postponed tour, they have released new environmentally friendly vinyl and now the band have been added to the bill for the Full Tilt Festival alongside some of Australia’s premier heavy acts.
Recently Dave Griffiths had a chance to sit down and chat to Jake Taylor from the band to find out about everything that the band has been doing and to see how he feels about being able to play at Full Tilt.
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