Sydonia play the Ding-Dong for their mate Kingy's birthday. Riffs abound, cake absent.
With nu metal largely being written off by most as dead and buried, it was somewhat surprising to see two and a half thousand fans pack the Hordern Pavilion to witness somewhat of a revival of the genre in a blaze of smoke and lights.
Sydonia powered through an impressive set before their onlooking faithful at the East Brunswick Club
Melbourne-based prog outfit Sydonia are set to tour their soon to be released single 'Ocean of Storms' in a string of dates along Australia's east coast.
In addition to playing 'Follow The Leader' for Guns N Roses this summer, enduring nu-metallers Korn will also do three shows for their hardcore followers.
Dead Letter Circus blow the punters away at The Hi-Fi Bar on the Brisbane leg of their _This Is The Warning_ Tour.
Brisbane's new favourite rock sons Dead Letter Circus finally launching their long awaited debut album "This Is The Warning" in their finest style.
Dead Letter Circus sell out the Hi Fi Bar, and bring the warning with them.
Sydonia's unique brand of prog, which smashes together modern alterna-rock and crossover prog with primordial groove metal and bombastic percussion, is something special.
Rock The Bay will return to The Espy on Saturday 6 March with a mighty lineup of progressive rock.
It's time to head down to The Corner and check out some heavy rock.
A blistery cold winter's night was warmed by the cream of local rock at the Corner Hotel, as part of the inaugural Showdown.
Tonight again proves Sydonia to be a world class touring act that's competitive at the highest level.
Brilliant night of rock: it's not often every band on the stage are this good.