By Steve Wigg 28th Mar, 2012
Closure in Moscow return from the States to show Australia some love, with some interstate bands in tow.
By Hayley Rose 19th Mar, 2012
After setting the bar high with previous musical acts during its March trial, once again the Greenroom showcased phenomenal Australian talent at the Woden Tradies Club with Escape Syndrome, Strangers and Closure in Moscow.
In brief: Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Reel Big Fish, DevilDriver, Tonight Alive, Dangerous Summer tours
By Tom Mann 7th Mar, 2012
Cures for Soundwave withdrawal - tours from Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Reel Big Fish, DevilDriver, Tonight Alive, Young Guns and Dangerous Summer.
By Mel Cerato 5th Feb, 2012
Canberra's legendary Greenroom gets another chance at the Woden Tradies Club
By Liam Tracey 2nd Feb, 2012
My Chemical Romance made the kids yell, jump and sweat for two hours as they rocked Melbourne.
By Kevin Loo 29th Jan, 2012
The progression that MCR has undergone through the years - from underground New Jersey punk kids to global commanders-in-chief of the so-called Black Parade - has been a fascinating one to follow.
By Will Oakeshott 2nd Dec, 2011
Perth based alternative rock sons Gyroscope return to the stage for a "You Choose Our Set-List" tour. Joined by Closure In Moscow and City Riots.
By Patrick Ryan 27th Nov, 2011
Gyroscope give their fans exactly what they want with the Brisbane leg of their Choose Your Own Adventure Tour.
By David Young 23rd Aug, 2011
Dead Letter Circus have moved comfortably and without competition to the top of Australia's heavy-rock ladder.
By Scott Thompson 14th Jun, 2010
Closure in Moscow arguably divided a lot of punters after being infamously dropped from the Soundwave 2010 line-up, and have done their upmost best to rectify their credibility with two headlining tours this year.
By Joe Lusk 8th Jun, 2010
Green lasers, warped ape noises and Daleks onstage? It could only be Closure In Moscow, returning to Melbourne from the Good Ol' U S of A.