Genre: Thrash Metal Review by Steve Jenkins One of the most exciting bands right now in thrash metal are from the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. They're fast, aggressive and unrelenting. They are Harlott. There's a resurgence in the thrash metal scene all over the world right now and there does seem to be bands springing up everywhere, creating something new and innovative. Some are terrific, some not so much, but when it comes to
Artist: I, Valiance Album: The Reject Of Humanity Genre: Metal/Death Metal Released: 2015 Fans of Australian Death Metal are sure to know these guys. In a genre that's overflowing with hard working, talented bands, you have to have a certain something, like a certain sound or presence, just something special to set yourself apart from the crowd. I, Valiance have that in spades. Released to critical acclaim, The Reject Of Humanity was a huge triumph for the Melbourne group. Te
With the release of their new album, Rise Up, less than a month away, Australian hardcore legends Toe To Toe today released a brand new track 'Sydney'. Serving as a hymn to the city, the song calls for fans to stand their ground, refuse to compromise and fight for what they believe is right. Toe To Toe will kick off their upcoming Rise Up tour with an album launch show at Housefox Fest in Narrabeen on April 22nd, before trekking up and down the eastern seaboard until early Ju
Band: Life's Ill Genre: Hardcore For Fans of: Hatebreed, Crowbar and Alpha & Omega Founded in 2014, Life's Ill is a hardcore band from Western Sydney making noise. Having already supported big names and local acts such as Deez Nuts, Polaris, Resist The Thought, Graves, Grips & Tonic, and Justice For The Damned, the boys have really made a name for themselves by bringing an intense live show wherever they are. Their latest single, 'Drowned', which premiered on triple j's Short
With their new EP, Songs from the Great Divide, released today, Caution:Thieves have dropped a new video for the final track on the album, ‘And You’ll See The End’. The track finishes off their latest release with a poignant moment in a much slower tempo than the rest of the album.
Speaking on the track, vocalist Nicholas Simonsen says ‘I reached a point in my life where I was so far from the human being that I wanted to be. I was sabotaging relationships in my life, pushin