Melbourne metal newcomers HooF offer up a thrilling sound that oozes intensity, unrelenting riffs and pounding drums. It’s monstrously heavy yet, somehow, strangely catchy.
Australian prog metal newcomers Patient Lounge have an impressive knack for dovetailing intricate, melodic moments with full-on heavy metal riffing and intensity. The Brisbane band’s intriguing proggy approach fuses everything … Continue reading Discover This: Patient Lounge
Dial up your energy levels with the fast-paced, raucous punk rock’n’roll sound of Australian band Riff Raiders.
Australian rockers Are We Dreaming have fused a hypnotic sound that fuses intoxicating mellow vocals with dreamy 80s influences, melodic guitars and driving drums.
Melbourne band Cold Tide have honed an infectious brand of rock that’s big on melody and will have their songs stuck in your head for days.
Annihilist is a name that you expect to belong to a super heavy band brimming with anger and rage. And the Melbourne crew do not disappoint on that front to an extent, but also offer a delightfully melodic edge to their brand of metal.
We don’t recall writing about too many bands that have three guitarists but, when one lavishes in such a luxury, it’s only right to expect something pretty darn heavy. And Australian metal-meets-punk-meets-hardcore newcomers DIEFM do not disappoint on this expectation.
Alternative rockers Society of Beggars describe their musical exploits as a “life sentence of rock’n’roll” and their intoxicating brew of rolling riffs and thunderous rhythms and soaring melodies will have you hooked.
The tough task of finding Sydney band 100 is more than worth it when you finally stumble across their music.
We’re not really sure where to begin when Newcastle, Australia, duo Skitz NPCs regularly refer to themselves as “the Semen Wizards.” Do wizards conjure up semen-based spells? Frankly, we think we’d be safer never finding out.
Energetic, angsty pop-punk in all its finery is coming your way with the launch of Perth punks Nautical Mile’s debut album tomorrow (25 October).
Angsty pop-punk with bags of energy has seen Melbourne band Agamas build a strong following not just at home but in the Asian market.