The Darkness’ frontman Justin Hawkins went In The Firing Line to face some tough questions about drugs, Coldplay and flaming crotch tattoos.
We believe in a thing called love!
Rock and roll was resurrected at the ANU Bar with The Darkness showing a big Canberra crowd how to rock hard...with no ice.
And disappoint The Darkness did not. From their opening track, Black Shuck it was clear that The Darkness had not just reformed but had been re-born. This was no cash-in come back tour, this was a new dawn for the glam rock quartet.
The first stop on the ‘Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us’ tour saw English rock heroes The Darkness return to what they do best: lots of flash, and plenty of thunder.
We talk to Justin Hawkins about making Brian May cry, playing at the Super Bowl and why he can't wait to get back Down Under.
We believed in a thing called love, and it worked.
The Darkness are set to announce their first Aussie tour in over six years.
Despite several reports that indicated that The Darkness had reformed, it now seems that excitement has clouded the facts.
Brothers Justin and Dan Hawkins have ended their feud, reformed The Darkness and plan to tour in 2011.