The Round-upTuesday September 26th, 2017

Today we have a New Years Eve show with Frenzal Rhomb & The Bennies, a new single from DZ Deathrays, new video clips from A Day To Remember, Lay It On The Line & Bolt Gun.

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TONIGHT’S GIG ACTION
(26) Max & Iggor Cavalera + Skindred @ Astor Theatre, Perth

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News Bits & Pieces

FRENZAL RHOMB & THE BENNIES TEAM UP FOR NYE IN MELBOURNE
Frenzal Rhomb and The Bennies will ring in the new year at Max Watt’s in Melbourne.

Also on board for the night are Hightime, Antonia & the Lazy Susans, Cosmic Kahuna and DJ Snesmega & Dedmedics.

Tickets are on sale now [Here].Frenzal Rhomb

A DAY TO REMEMBER – ‘WE GOT THIS’ VIDEO
A Day To Remember have released the video for the track ‘We Got This‘, off their ‘Bad Vibrations‘ album.

The video is dedicated to the magic of live music, with footage from their time on the road dating back to 2009. The video celebrates all of the ADTR fans around the world who always come out to see the band live and the traditions the band have implemented into their live shows that help make them what they are.

‘Bad Vibrations’ is out now on ADTR Records / Epitaph Records.

Watch the video below.

BOLT GUN RELEASE NEW VIDEO CLIP
Fremantle’s Bolt Gun have released a new video in support of their upcoming album, ‘Man Is Wolf To Man‘, a sonic, cinematic epic depicting the horror of Stalinist Russia, and drawing from post-rock, ambience and doom.

Like a Pink Floyd epic unfolding in some kind of nightmare dimension, Bolt Gun take listeners across the decimated countryside, through villages thinned through famine, through cities choking with fear, and finally deep into the gulags where millions of lives were lost to cruelty and ideology.

Man Is Wolf To Man‘ is out November 14th on Art As Catharsis. Pre-order on Bandcamp [Here].

Settle in and hit play below to check out the video.

DZ DEATHRAYS RELEASE NEW SINGLE
A new track and video from DZ Deathrays titled ‘Bad Influence‘ is in the wild.

Channelling Beastie Boys, ‘Bad Influence‘ is punchy little assailant, brimming with liveliness. You can give it a spin below.

DZ Deathrays smashed into 2017 with the release of ‘Shred for Summer‘ in August, now ahead of their upcoming UK and Europe headline dates they share this new tune.

Their next Australian dates are as part of The Falls Festival in Lorne, Marion Bay, Byron Bay and Perth before supporting Foo Fighters in Brisbane in January.

LAY IT ON THE LINE SHARE ‘120 DAYS’ VIDEO CLIP
South London melodic hardcore quintet Lay It On The Line have released ‘120 Days‘, the first video from their debut album ‘The Black Museum‘ on Disconnect, Disconnect Records.

120 Days‘ is the first video to come from the album is the creepy, black and white homage to the disturbing 120 Days of Sodom by the Marquis de Sade.

The band formed in 2012, releasing a series of EPs for labels including Lockjaw Records and Aaahh!! Real Records. A demo with tracks played on Radio 1 before the band had even played a show and tours in the UK and Europe have seen the band go from a side project to something more serious.

You can stream / purchase the album on Bandcamp now [Here]. Watch the video below.

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