Album Review: MISS MAY I – Shadows Inside

August 10, 2017

“Shadows Inside” takes us through a narrative of heart wrenching agony and emotional wreckage but always with the knowledge that every pain will reach it’s inevitable end and tells us that there will be triumph amongst the wreckage. This is an album of incessant and ever increasing power and passion. There are no low points.

Live Review + Photos: The Pixies @ The Riverstage 02/03/2017

March 4, 2017

It took 6 years for The Pixies to return to Australia for a national headlining tour, but on Thursday night they opened their run of gigs and showed their Brisbane audience why they’re still such a significant act. Taking the stage before an eager and excitable crowd, Black Francis leads

Live Review: Disturbed w/ Twelve Foot Ninja @ Hordern Pavilion 13/11/2016

November 20, 2016

After a long hiatus multiplatinum heavy metal/hard rock band Disturbed from Chicago have returned with a renewed fire in the belly off the back of their latest album Immortalized. Crowds packed into the Hordern Pavilion on Sunday night for a sold out performance by Disturbed and support band ARIA award

Live Review: Steven Wilson @ The Metro Theatre 29/10/2016

November 1, 2016

If you have not heard of Steven Wilson all you need to do is go on Wikipedia and you will find an overload of music projects this prolific artist has developed, from fronting Porcupine Tree, or collaborating with Aviv Geffen in Blackfield to producing for a long list of contemporary

Album Review: Superheist – Ghosts Of The Social Dead

October 22, 2016

I have been a huge fan of Superheist for a VERY long time. Every time I put on ‘The Prize Recruit‘, I am instantly transported back to high school, and needless to say, I abuse ‘Identical Remote Control Reactions‘ just as often. As far as Australian nu-metal goes, Superheist has

Live Review: Rites of Passage Festival @ Sydney Olympic Park 15/10/2016

October 18, 2016

Housed in the exhibition dome of Sydney Olympic Park, the 2016 Rites of Passage Tattoo Festival opened its doors to the greater Sydney public on the weekend of October 14-16. Encompassing local, interstate and international body artists from all walks of life, this was one celebration of all things body

Live Review: Enslaved @ Manning Bar 07/10/2016

October 10, 2016

Celebrating their 25th Anniversary tour, Norwegian blackened progressive metal band ENSLAVED, did not dissapoint their Sydney fans on what seemed to be an intimate reunion between band and fans at the Manning Bar. Grutle Kjellson highlighted some of the most traditional black metal vocals, which made me reminisce on old

1 2