Perth’s Capitol, a tiny club with stage crammed into the corner, sans barrier, feels as intimate as stepping into a mate’s living room. A living room on a Friday night with a sweet line up of awesome Australian bands. Chill enough even for members of Voyager to be on the
Melbourne based psychedelic-reggae-ska-doom-metal-punk-rock band, The Bennies, recently released Heavy Disco, and the five-track EP is as much fun as the name – and the crazy mixed bowl of genres we didn’t even make up – suggests. If they’ve slipped under your radar despite albums like Rainbows In Space (2013) and
Vulture Magazine took some sneaky time out of Electric Wizard‘s Jus Orbon‘s schedule to get to the nitty gritty of what it’s like to supply the vocals and guitars for the heaviest, most evil, most decimating, most exciting, most bad-ass heavy rock band of all time. Vulture Magazine: How did
American post-hardcore band, Finch, released their debut album in 2002 and follow up in 2005. After many fans of the first were left disappointed by the change in direction of the second, the band broke up and got back together more times than some people do with their exes. Now
Melbourne band Alithia have been around since 2004, released two EPs, The Rising (2008) and A Realm O Null (2011), toured Australia and Europe, and released an album, To The Edge Of Time. But if they’ve slipped under your radar, now is a great time to check them out. Before
English doom metal band, Electric Wizard, have their eighth studio album out this week, Time to Die, and it’s a heavy trip of riff and despair. With Come My Fanatics (1996), Dopethrone (2000), and Witchcult Today (2007) considered genre defining heavy metal classics, there’s a lot to live up to.
Known for his work as You Am I’s guitarist, and his side-project The Pictures, Australian artist Davey Lane is ready to stand out on his own with debut solo album Atonally Young, available October 3. This comes after the well-received 2013 EP, The Good Borne of Bad Tymes. Crowdfunded through
When the legendary Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, and composer Atticus Ross, team up to score a David Fincher film, it’s often an award-winning combination. The pair won a Golden Globe and Academy Award for their original score in The Social Network back in 2010, and a Grammy Award