2012 didn't see the world end but it did spell "end of days" for many bands.
After a series of lineup changes Floridian metalcore crew Underoath have split up ending their seven album, 15-year career.
The Factory Theatre hosted one of the last Sidewaves for 2012 on a wet and windy night in Sydney.
Joining the 2012 Soundwave tour, Underoath are currently completing their fourth visit to Australia in five years. Although the Christian metalcore band bring forth a new sense of maturity on this tour, it's their older songs that still shine the mos.
After months of rumour the Soundwave 2012 lineup is finally here!
Despite only six months having past since their last appearance on these fair shores, the promise of A Day to Remember’s first headlining tour of Australia enticed 3000 teens out of the rooms for a night of hardcore madness.
A Day To Remember bring their energetic and highly entertaining show to The Tivoli with Underoath and The Dream The Chase in tow.
A Day To Remember tear Festival Hall apart with a full-scale stage show and the biggest goddamn circle pit you are ever likely to see.
A Day To Remember and UnderOath hit the Astor Theatre for a sold out all ages show on Sunday that will definitely be remembered for a long time.
Promising “an unforgettable ride through gang vocals, sing-a-long choruses and crushing breakdowns” A Day To Remember returns in May.
Southern metalcore stalwarts Maylene and the Sons of Disaster muse on new album 'III', the Christian rock thing and accidental spitting.
I stood in line for three hours in the heat and all I got was this stupid review...
Underoath swear that they are Christian, but this hardly shows throughi in their wicked performance. Brutal, tight, visceral, energetic.
Underground music sensation, Underoath will be bringing their roadshow to Australia for their first ever headline tour. Joining them will be special guests Emery... Could it get any better than this?
Taste of Chaos is over for another year but for those who can't wait until '07, The Best of Taste of Chaos Two has just hit the shelves. Featuring forty bands of the punk, emo/screamo, hardcore and metal genres over two discs, it provides a great overview