Review by Matt NewPhotography by Angie New The Roundhouse on the grounds of the University of NSW is widely regarded as one of Sydney’s hidden gems when it comes to the ultimate live music experience. A great room that sounds incredible, matched by a seemingly clever architectural design that alludes to an atmosphere more intimate […] …Continue Reading

Words by Erin Eddy Australian heavy music royalty The Butterfly Effect have released the aptly titled IV and I feel extremely privileged to be in the position to review it. Just in case you’re new to The Butterfly Effect (a perplexing concept to me, but one I’ve found is legitimate!) these guys were the darlings […] …Continue Reading

Independent Aussie rockers, The Butterfly Effect today release their long-awaited fourth studio album, IV, the band’s first new LP drop in over 14 years after its predecessor, 2008’s The Final Conversation of Kings. Set to hit the road in late September and October, the band’s first full tour since 2019, fans can catch old and new favourite tunes across the […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #88 HERE We have a bumper issue of the Australian Artists DigiMag for you this week, with heaps of interviews, premieres and new music! With the release of their new single Dig In, Brisbane rock machine PistonFist have claimed the honour of the front cover, but The Butterfly Effect, Truck, […] …Continue Reading

Aussie rock outfit The Butterfly Effect – to their fans at least – are a band who can do no wrong. Even the small matter of fourteen years passing between albums did little to dampen the enthusiasm of a large portion of this country’s population when it was announced the gang was getting back together […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #83 HERE Metal is alive and well Down Under, just check out the quality of releases and bands in this issue alone! Deathgrind act Remains have just released their debut album, Grind Til Death, and it’s a banger! So good, in fact, we decided to put their mugs on the […] …Continue Reading

Fusing smouldering intensity with existential exploration, the latest track Visiting Hours from Aussie rock legends The Butterfly Effect continues the quartet’s passionate journey towards the release of their long-awaited fourth studio album, the aptly titled IV, with the official release date today unveiled to be September 2. An emphatic anthem that harks back to earlier Butters territory while staunchly showcasing the […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #79 HERE Blacken Open Air 2022 is less than two months away now and one of the biggest acts to perform over the three day event is extreme metal masters Psycroptic. The boys have been hard at work on new material as well, which Jason tells us all about in […] …Continue Reading

Symbolically and historically, the number four has come to signify things that are solid and whole; a fact entirely befitting of legendary Australian rockers The Butterfly Effect and the announcement today of their fourth studio album, aptly titled: IV. Following earlier snippets of new material via recent singles Nil By Mouth and So Tired, it’s entirely clear that time has only […] …Continue Reading

Wallapalooza 2022 is set to bring you the best of Australian live music this Saturday, May 7, at the Mudgeeraba Showgrounds. Featuring Grinspoon, The Butterfly Effect, British India, Bodyjar, Cosmic Psychos, 28 Days, The Poor and more, Wallapalooza has had a tortured run to the finish line but is now set to go ahead all […] …Continue Reading