It’s been a week since A Day To Remember released new album ‘Bad Vibrations’. Find out our verdict and if you should catch them on tour this December.
Hacktivist bassist Josh Gurner lists his dream support acts once they reach their 50th anniversary, the upcoming Australian tour with Enter Shikari, and how Brexit has affected touring life.
Dannii Minogue and Z-Star have been announced as major acts set to perform at this year’s Feast Festival.
Scumfest 2016 announces special “re-union edition” lineup, featuring Conation, 99 Reasons Why and Totally Unicorn.
Speaking to the Upside News over the phone from his home in England, Hot Chocolate’s Patrick Olive is in high spirits and looking forward to the band’s forthcoming Australian tour.
Melbourne band, Ceres, will hit the road and come down to The Exeter on Saturday, November 5 to celebrate their sophomore album, Drag It Down On You, which is out on September 2 via Cooking Vinyl Australia.
New Adelaide festival ‘Sweet Vibes’ announces inaugural lineup.
Baroness bassist Nick Jost talks upcoming Australian tour and joining and recording with the band in 2013 after the band had a tour stopping bus crash in England.
South Australia’s Handpicked Festival has announced The Veronicas and Killing Heidi are set to headline the festival on Saturday, November 12. For the first time ever Handpicked Festival will offer onsite camping tickets located at Lake Breeze Wines in Langhorne Creek.
American heavy rockers Baroness have announced a national headline tour of Australia. The band will perform at The Gov on December 12.