By Simon Russell-White Australia has produced countless heavy rock/metal bands over the years and every now and then one of them seems to suddenly reappear again, this being a gosh darn good thing for punters Australia wide. Not to say they disappeared by any means, but when The Mark of Cain announced a new tour […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY DIGIMAG #207 HERE Good afternoon ladies and metalheads and thanks for joining us for DigiMag number 207! This week we feature Australia’s own King Parrot as our cover artist, with vocalist Matt Young detailing the current Regional Rampage tour amongst other things. We also catch up with The Heretic Order, downset., The Soapgirls […] …Continue Reading

Having sold out their show at Adelaide’s 800 cap. The Gov in a record three days The Mark Of Cain have responded to demand and announced a 2nd and final SA show plus a further three interstate dates to their A Different Kind Of Tension August and September national tour. The tour, of course, comes on the back of the band’s induction into the South Australian Music Association’s Hall of Fame sitting alongside other legends including No Fixed Address, Cold Chisel, The Angels, Archie Roach […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #78 HERE Things are spicing up this weekend with Moondoll Festival 2022 hitting the Mansfield Tavern and a range of shows around it worth checking out! We feature headliner Kaosis on the cover this week, with CJ Nash getting into the nitty gritty about what the band has been up […] …Continue Reading

The Mark Of Cain – the band dubbed least likely in their high school year book – return this August in celebration of being the South Australian Music Awards most recent inductee into the SA Music Hall Of Fame.  In accepting the honour TMOC join previous recipients including Jim Keays and Masters Apprentices, Glenn Shorrock, Cold Chisel, Archie Roach, Bart Willoughby, Sarah […] …Continue Reading

 
There are just some bands that really take you back to a time and place whenever you hear them. Yes, I am going to sound like an old codger when I say this but one listen to the brand new Elephant Gun album and I was transported back to my uni…Continue Reading