Guitar legend Joe Satriani is no stranger to Australia. Touring here several times across his ground-breaking career, he is now gearing up to head over once again on the back of latest album What Happens Next, bringing him to Adelaide on 26 November to play HQ.
Seeing Full Circle in full is an experience every punk rock kid should grow up to experience live.
A massive lineup consisting of punk legends, Refused, hardcore new york punks, Sick Of It All and up comers High Tension filled HQ venue on Jan 22, giving Adelaide a 101 history on the shape of punk.
These shows take the artist and the fans back to a moment in time, allowing everyone in the room to reflect and celebrate a moment in their younger self’s life, for better or worse. These shows are an opportunity to see The Used at their peak. Their masterful experience after 14 years of touring and instrumental practice makes this the best performance of their most iconic and beloved album.
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.
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.
As a band, Cold War Kids don’t verbally engage much during a show, but they do have a Nick Cave-like energy as they prowl the stage, connecting with each other and the audience through demeanour and a commitment to performance.
Speaking to The Upside News from his home in Naples, Florida, Chris says the news to come to our shores with Gaslight Anthem came as a welcome surprise.