FEATURE: Top 5 albums of 2015 – Justice For the Damned


Melbourne’s Invasion Fest is fast approaching. Stretched across two stages at Arrow On Swanston, the event sees 17 of our best homegrown talent perform this December.

In the lead-up, Killyourstereo.com will run a daily series with the respective bands on the bill, as each offer their ‘Top 5 albums of 2015′. We continue with Sydney’s Justice For the Damned.

 

Drake & Future – What A Time to be Alive

Bobak (Vocals): “Good stuff.”

Young Wolf – Familiar Comfort

Nick (Guitar): “Five piece hardcore outfit hailing from Newcastle\Maitland released their sophomore effort ‘Familiar Comfort’ in October. Emotive, dark and provocative lyrics laced over brooding melodies and a few hard hitting riffs. Also featuring the angelic voice of guitar player/ song writer Samuel Osmond. Young Wolf are the future. FFO: Have Heart, Verse & Champion.”

Ocean Grove – Black Label

Nathan (Guitar): “She’s a bloody ripper.”

Mumford and Sons – Wilder Mind

Ben (Bass): “A perfect combination of traditional rock and folk music, some of the catchiest choruses and sad yet beautiful melodies in the verses. Seeing these songs live cemented this album as my number one of 2015.”

Kublai Khan – New Strength

Full band: “Not out yet but it’s going to be the best release of 2015.”

Catch Justice For the Damned performing at Invasion Fest, which takes place in Melbourne this December. You can purchase tickets via Oztix.

Join the official Facebook event here.

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