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News: Live Review
The Corner transformed into the “Hardcore Hotel” with the return of iconic pro-wrestling/metal experience: WrestleRock.
Belle Haven brought their stellar 2017 sophomore, ‘You, Me and Everything In Between’, to life in Melbourne over the weekend.
PRVIS wrapped up their first ever Australian headline tour in Melbourne with a striking and atmospheric set.
Featuring one pretty typical Steel Panther set & then one banging, out-of-this-world covers set from the Panther.
Out of Deadlights, Life’s Ill, Dregg, Cast Down & Wicked Figures, who stood out on this cold, rainy Friday night? Let’s find out...
Endless Heights & a sold out Rad Bar show in Wollongong makes for a great night.
Polaris really are destined for greatness.
Honest Crooks have become a real force to be reckoned and this Melbourne headline set was proof of that fact.
Here as apart of the first ever Download Festival Melbourne, Good Charlotte delivered to Brisbane hit after classic pop-punk hit.
The inaugural Download Festival Melbourne was a great time and it all went off without a hitch!
With help from We Set Sail & Quicksand, Thursday brought everyone present at the Corner Hotel last night right back to 2001 & 2003. ...
Tonight was billed as ‘The M A N I A Tour’, and for Fall Out Boy at least, I feel like we can say ‘mission accomplished’.
The Maine gave their loving fans and anyone else in attendance the fucking show of a lifetime in Melbourne last night.
Parkway Drive, still the GOAT.
This was easily the best set we’ve seen from the boys in Dregg.
Mayhem (death) crushed Melbourne this week with a wild performance of their classic debut record, ‘De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas’.
The 2017 edition of Melbourne’s annual Invasion Fest was a long yet kickass day!
Miss May I – “the As I Lay Dying that you don’t have to feel guilty about enjoying” – are a damned good live band....
Pennywise went full circle on Friday night.
Sebastian Bach (with a little help from Gypsy) rocked Melbourne hard on Saturday night.
Once more unto the breach with The Dillinger Escape Plan.
Ten years of ‘A Lesson In Romantics’ was as sad, as beautiful and as explosive as you could expect.
One of the UK’s finest rock bands, You Me At Six, treated Melbourne to one hell of a Sunday night at the Forum.