Northlane’s ‘Live At The Roundhouse’ is a well-presented, well-oiled 14-song beast.
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After two years off, Invasion Fest returned this month with a real vengeance.
The Ghost Inside, still swingin’ hard.
Hitting their biggest Melbourne headliner last week, Architects brought ‘Holy Hell’ & other gems to cap off their largest Au...
After 2019, Good Things will more than likely grow into being the hottest new summer music festival for Australia.
Northlane seriously impressed with a truly massive headline set in Melbourne last Friday.
Headed up by Amity Affliction, their new festival hit Brissy with a big line-up, touting sets from Underoath, Crossfaith, Trophy Eyes, Make ...
Whether it be artist, fan or friend, the Greyscale Records family really came together this past weekend.
Senses Fail’s first Australian tour in six years showed off the new, the old, & a little bit of the in-between.
Download Festival Sydney feels like a supreme European metal fest, with legions flocking to Parramatta Park to witness the world’s bes...
Download Festival Melbourne returned in 2019 for yet another massive year of heavy music!
Dance Gavin Dance prove they aren’t betrayed by the game with a massive set that sees them at their peak.
On their debut Australian run, Zeal & Ardor dished out some wickedly good fruit of blistering, bluesy black metal.
Our massive Unify Gathering 2019 coverage is here!
The final stopover for Good Things festival in Brisbane was one hell of a great time.
The first ever Melbourne Good Things was a real success!
Frank Turner, 36, still punk as fuck.
Parkway Drive’s immense Margaret Court Arena performance proves this band is one in a million.
sleepmakeswaves celebrated their decade milestone with a mammoth hometown show full of beauty, passion, & history.
Make Them Suffer are in a league of their own.
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.