We Are Not Your Kind is the ferocious new album from legendary metal stalwarts Slipknot. This bold new...
Black Diamond Strings recently announced their partnership with Jimi Hendrix Foundation’s “Music For Life”...
My Own Pool Of Light Is Out Now
There’s nothing more pivotal within the field of rock music than a third album. Of course there’s seminal...
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Lighting and Stage
There’s something wholly unique about escaping the clutches of adolescence. Sure, an 18th birthday is a big deal for most, and a...
I had the pleasure of seeing Sevendust on their last Australian tour in 2016 and it was one of the best shows I had seen in years...
If James Brown is considered as the Godfather of Soul, then surely George Clinton should be known as the great grandfather of the...
It seemed awfully fitting for Iggy Pop to play a show at Festival Hall on Easter Sunday. Having miraculously outlived most of his...
I had been eager to see Bring Me The Horizon take amo to the stage since I first heard the album at the end of last year. The...
Let’s be honest, having no support act when playing arena shows is one hell of a statement. An artist better come with their...
Nickelback have to be one of the most divisive bands in rock music history. Whilst they’ve sold millions of records over the last...
The first time I saw Parkway Drive was in my hometown of Christchurch, New Zealand at The Civic Theatre to a crowd of maybe 500...
Queens of the Stone Age are just one of those undeniably cool bands, you know? They’ve been to Australia countless times...
This past Friday night saw Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro return to Australia for the first time since their last run back in 2014...
It must be so hard for Incubus to put together their setlist when it comes time to tour. With eight albums, countless hit singles...
There aren’t many musicians whose vision is so far reaching that, more than simply innovating within their chosen genre, they...
LCD Soundsystem proved several things tonight, not least that music designed for dancing can also be vital, dynamic and filled...
Angie McMahon’s powerful and surprisingly deep vocal filled the Melbourne Recital Centre, even if the majority of the seats...
Ausmuteants played a killer set of fast, bratty punk rock that was just the sort of opening gambit needed to get people ready for...