Cover shot – JINJER To coincide with the release of their first-ever live album - Alive In Melbourne groove metal...
Cover shot - THY ART IS MURDER Australia's Deathcore bulldozer THY ART IS MURDER have teamed up with Built...
In the lead up to the release of their latest track track 'Again' ft. Caitlin Henry, we hit up frontman Tristan Higginson for a quick six shootout:
VENOM PRISON have released a brand new video for "Slayer Of Holofernes" taken from their remastered record Primeval. The epic video is directed, Edited by Thomas with Photography & Camera Operation by Thomas Coe-Brooker & Al Pott.
Samplers, compilations, mixtapes… these come to us in all sorts of ways. You might get one in the mail along with an order from a label. You might grab one from the merch table at a gig (remember those? I remember those…). That hottie in maths might have made you one and scrawled your name on it with a sharpie back in ’98. You might even purchase one, either to support a band or a label, or as part of a fundraiser for one cause or another. And usually, you’ll listen to it once or twice, pick out which newly-discovered bands you love, and it’ll later end up scratched to hell, lost under the passenger seat, or melted beyond recognition when your housemate’s water heater explodes. But that’s another story.
JINJER are in the process of ramping things up as Covid-19 restrictions start to ease in certain parts of the world. In addition to playing live show (yes actual live shows) they have released a new video for "The Prophecy" taken from their recent record MACRO.
The Covid-19 pandemic has devastated the global live music scene. Some of the hardest hit are the small venues where many local bands got their start. For our local scene, the Victorian Government have started the Live Music Venues Program offering financial support to struggling venues.
Cover shot - EVERYDAY METAL Melbourne's thrash attack HARLOTT have released their latest single 'As We Breach' taken from...
Melbourne thrashers IN MALICE'S WAKE have dropped the opening and title track from their upcoming record ‘The Blindness of Faith’. The latest track is accompanied by a video shot by In Malice's Wake & Kimmy Watt with editing & Post Production by Shaun Farrugia.
If Donald Trump heard Napalm Death, he’d start tweeting about Antifa, and demand the band be listed as a terrorist organisation, and insist they be banned from entering the USA, or any country where the CIA has overthrown a democratically-elected government in the last 60 years. If that’s not enough reason for you to go buy their new album, then lucky for you, I’ve written an actual review of it.