Put Cog, Kisschasy, Mammal, After The Fall and plenty more heavy-hitters together in a room and you have quite a party. Welcome to Badlands.
With explosive live acts like Gyroscope and The Hot Lies gracing the bill, Come Together on Sunday was certainly a hard-hitting day for rockers.
They are recent victims of car vandalism, and have a calling for the road. Meet the band that's busy tearing up support slots in flamboyant style.
Back for the Sink or Sin tour are Adelaide's screamo darlings The Hot Lies, bringing with them supports from fellow east coasters Angelas Dish and Calling All Cars.
In the middle of one of their biggest headline tours to date, Adelaide boys The Hot Lies tell FasterLouder why screaming isn't everything.
Now comes the official headline album tour that sees The Hot Lies take their high octane live show to all corners of the country.
The Peninsula boys are home and ready for a rocking party.
Destroy All Lines brings together the perfect blend of pop, punk, rock, hardcore and metal to play two massive shows for privileged Melbourne audiences this December.
They love us; they really do. Good Charlotte tore open Rod Laver Arena and were embraced yet again by the fans in their adopted country of Australia.
Kisschasy will tour extensively throughout Queensland during November
The Hot Lies will be joining Kisschasy for a massive national tour in November through early December which will cover most corners of the country.
Heralding from Adelaide and currently touring to promote their debut full length album, Ringing in the Sane, The Hot Lies have been steadily growing in popularity and on Friday night played to an almost full house at the Governor Hindmarsh.