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Melbourne boys The Getaway Plan came home with a bang on their 'Requiem' tour. It was as if they'd never left.
Whilst some fans may have been dissapointed by the lack of older material and short length of the set, The Getaway Plan once again reminded Sydney of their prodigious talent in a spectualar display of engaging musicianship.
The Getaway Plan are stronger than ever and are determined to prove it, celebrating the release of their new album with the Requiem tour.
Philadelphia punk kids Title Fight and Californian hardcore outfit Touche Amore made their Melbourne debut at Billboard The Venue, bringing Break Even and locals Daybreak along for the ride. A night of mayhem would surely follow.
Rise Against return to Australian shores in support of their latest album ‘Endgame’ bringing with them hardcore veterans Sick of it All and local boys Break Even.
Further Earth front-man Ryan Carson has a chat to FasterLouder about the bands formation and their debut EP Kingdom which they will be launching at Amplifier on the 22nd of January.
FasterLouder goes to college, and punk rock wins the day.
Playing a set that spanned their entire career, Alexisonfire’s performance could not be described as anything other than flawless, leaving all in attendance in awe.
Only Alexisonfire could've brought Adelaide out of its regular humdrum on a Monday night. They well and truly conquered our quaint city.
With four critically acclaimed albums, as well as a number of world tours, including performances at Soundwave in 2008 and 2010, Alexisonfire have cemented their reputation as one of the world’s greatest post-hardcore acts.
No Sleep Til Festival line-up has finally arrived.
With more on-stage banter than a stand up show, 28 Days are still as fun now as they were way back in the day, even if the music isn't as tight.