Nine shows to celebrate 10 years of Parkway Drive.
Let’s call it now: Tame Impala will win their second J Award for album of the year with 'Lonerism'.
The last GTM in Bunbury was made of mostly comeback acts who've been dearly missed by everybody who kept grooving through the ice cold night in singlets and shorts.
This year Canberra celebrated Mother’s Day in a with the fourth leg of *Groovin’ The Moo*, at the University of Canberra. Once again gracing the nation’s capital for its fourth year, the line up of some of the finest local and international acts inc
Parkway Drive, Yacht Club DJs, Dangerous! and more Push Over bans tell Fl about the first festival they attended.
Groovin’ the Moo delivers its biggest international lineup (so far).
This year's Big Day Out, on it's 20th anniversary may not have been the raging success of previous years but it was still worth the price of admission.
Big Day Out 2012 lineup as it happens...
Parkway Drive and friends tear up the carpet tiles at Challenge Stadium
Only Parkway Drive can make inflatable rainbows, beach balls and dancing turtles brutal.
Australian hardcore heroes Parkway Drive were in the finest form, nothing could deter them and not a wheelchair bound guitarist or a broken bass could stop them.
Both You Me At Six and Bleeding Through have dropped off the Parkway Drive ‘Mix N Mash' tour lineup. They'll be replaced but Ohio band Miss May I.
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