Nothing gets you over the hump quite like some midweek metal at Max Watts in Melbourne’s city centre. Everyday Metal braved the recent spout of shitty weather to head down Swanston Street and get in line with the other keen metal fans to see the the sold out event of Cattle Decapitation’s Australian Tour with Revocation and special guest, Remains.
Words – ClarePhotos – Mitch Get out the Crayolas and colour me tickled pink! We finally got to see the...
On the last day of January 2020 (which was hot as fuck), Stay Gold in Brunswick hosted the Bushfire Benifit Show. This event was headlined by the Slipknot cover band Surfacing with special guest performances by DriveTime Commute, Munt and Blight with all the proceeds from ticket sales going to Wildlife Victoria in order to support the rescue and recovery of Australian wildlife.
To celebrate the 8 year anniversary of their album Bite Your Head Off, King Parrot released a Special Edition 8 Year Anniversary Reissue Vinyl and put together a night of gut punching performances for their dedicated local fans at the intimate and grungy Collingwood venue, the Bendigo Hotel.
Words / Photo - Mitch It was a balmy night in Melbourne's CBD and a huge line had...
Before we jump headfirst into 2020 we take a look back at the last show of 2019. The Forum Theatre in Melbourne’s city center was host to Americas Halestorm who were performing in what would also be their last performance of the year, and they made sure that is was going to be a good one!
It was well worth heading out to Stay Gold in Brunswick on Monday night to see the sold-out Stray From The Path show with Kublai Kahn, Deadlights and Starve. Despite the 32 degrees day, the A/C was doing an excellent job in the venue keeping everyone at a comfy temperature (well, as comfy as possible for a heaving room full of spin kickers and stage divers).
19 has been a huge year for heavy metal, seeing releases from many fan favourites and break out albums from brutal newcomers. The Everyday Metal crew came together to create a list of their favourite records for the year.
Words – ClarePhotos – Mitch Now that Good Things 2019 is done and dusted we look back on the full day...
Ahoy mateys! Last Saturday night the crew here at Everyday Metal descended into the bowls of the SS Max Watts in Melbourne to see a very special swashbuckling show by Lagerstein, the one and only Australian Pirate Metal band. Joining us on the high seas were Keggin and Triple Kill.