A Dallas Frasca gig always promises to be a celebration of raw music, and Friday night at Jive was no different, despite the band fighting jet-lag and tour fatigue.
Somehow in his decade-long career, Basshunter has never visited Australia. To make up for this Basshunter will be performing all his nostalgic hits as well as his recent work. Fans can look forward to a gigantic night of electronic music with 7 international support acts accompanying the man himself.
Legendary American alternative emo band, The Used are coming to Australia to tour their incredibly successful full album shows for their 2002 debut self-titled album and 2004’s In Love And Death. The upcoming tour will see the band perform in each city for two nights, performing one album in full at each show.
If Bayside never toured Australia again fans couldn’t complain. The band covered everything they needed to, giving a brief history of their career while adding in a few gems for the loyal turnout.
The legendary Swedish melodic metal band IN FLAMES talk new album Battles set for release next Friday, Nov 11.
Adelaide and Perth were treated to a personal headline performance by Lamb Of God. Sure the East Coast got Slipknot and a support set from Lamb Of God, but there’s definitely a few East Coast fans who will be sobbing at home after reading the setlist Adelaide got.
Further than creating exciting punk rock jams, Anti-Flag bassist, Chris No.2 takes part in creating songs that will document long after they are dead and gone that they were on the right side of history.
The Bowerbird Design Markets return to their new home at the Wayville Pavilion in the Adelaide Showgrounds from the 25 – 27 November.
Bayside vocalist Anthony Raneri talks about the story behind new album Vacancy in what was one of the hardest periods of his life. Bayside are about to set off on the Vacancy Australian tour in November.
With the success of their brand new album Sorceress, Opeth will be returning to tour Adelaide on February […]