Lo!

Lo! share new video ‘Locust Christ’

Sydney's Lo! will release their third full length album, 'Vestigial' on October 6th via Pelagic Records. The latest taste of the album comes in the form of a video clip for the track 'Locust Christ'. The...
Mesa Cosa

Mesa Cosa album release and launch tour details

This year Mesa Cosa raised the devil, started their own underground snake worshipping cult, pronounced their love of blood and brains, and even started a big fire. Now Melbourne's five (sometimes six,...
Graves

Void Of Vision & Graves announce tour dates

Void Of Vision and Graves have announced they are teaming up for a tour this November. Bitter sweet is the best way to describe this tour however. On the one hand Void Of Vision are continuing to ride...
Oslow

Oslow announce new tour and share video clip

Sydney post-punk outfit Oslow have announced a string of Summer tour dates together with a music video for 'Sewing', taken from their debut self-titled album. The band will hit the East Coast for five shows...
Cosmic Psychos

Cosmic Psychos share new single & tour dates

Cosmic Psychos have announced an East Coast tour with Amyl & The Sniffers and released the video for their new single 'Better in the Shed'. Ross Knight of the band comments; "I was up in the shed doing my...

Not Fest 5 set for The Reverence Hotel in November

Whisk and Key Records have announced all the details of Not Fest 5. Set to take place at The Reverence Hotel in Footscray across November 3rd - 5th, the label comments; "It's almost crazy to think that...
Tired Lion

Tired Lion release debut album ‘Dumb Days’

After years of well-earned hype, Perth band Tired Lion have today released their debut album, 'Dumb Days' via Dew Process / UMA. You can order the album now on CD and Vinyl . Give it a stream...
Rackett

Rackett release debut EP ‘Ready Or Not’

After a stellar year, including playing national support to The Darkness and soon to commence a run with Killing Heidi, appearances at Secret Garden Festival, The Blurst of Times, Mountain Sounds Festival,...
The Living End

The Living End head up huge A Day On The Green run

Prepare for iconic indie rock anthems in the great outdoors when The Living End, Spiderbait, Veruca Salt, The Lemonheads, Tumbleweed and The Fauves combine for an almighty A Day On The Green national tour next...
Thy Art Is Murder

Thy Art Is Murder announce new headline tour

Following the success of their latest album 'Dear Desolation' and a string of sold out launch shows, Thy Art is Murder have just announced that they will tear up the homeland once more in February 2018....
Ne Obliviscaris

Ne Obliviscaris share another taste of new album

Ne Obliviscaris have unveiled a second taste of their new album 'Urn' which is due out on October 27th. 'Urn (Part I) – And Within The Void We Are Breathless' follows on from the previously revealed,...
The Hard Aches

The Hard Aches regional ‘Brain Dead’ tour dates

The Hard Aches have announced a string of 'Brain Dead' regional tour dates that kick off later this month and run through October. After selling out all 8 shows on their national tour supported by Muncie...
Caligula's Horse

Caligula’s Horse share ‘Songs for No One’

Caligula's Horse are streaming another taste of their forthcoming album 'In Contact' - due out on 15th September. Vocalist Jim Grey comments: "Songs for No One carries great emotional weight for me...
Claim The Throne

Claim The Throne announce new album, share video

Ripping apart folk metal with a merciless assault, finally a band is delivering an extreme take on melodies that fans of pagan and melodeath alike have been raging for. Perth's Claim The Throne deliver...
King Parrot

King Parrot stream ‘Disgrace Yourself’

In just a few weeks, King Parrot will unleash their new album 'Ugly Produce' via EVP Recordings. The latest track to be unveiled from the album is 'Disgrace Yourself'. Vocalist Matt Young notes the...
Nancy Vandal

Nancy Vandal begin ‘The Debriefing Room’ shows

The year is 1996. New episodes of Seinfeld are being broadcast, people still buy CDs and James Boags is the cheapest beer in the Erskineville bottle shop. But more importantly Sydney’s clown princes of...