South African post-grunge/metal legends Seether with local supports Kill Teen Angst.
It was a bittersweet night for fans of Perth heavyweights Red Jezebel who turned up to see the band’s last gig with bass player Mark ‘Cruicky’ Cruickshank.
Grim Fandango and Kill Whitey launch their split EP at The Civic, bringing along Kill Teen Angst, The Leap Year, Chilling Winston and whole lot of fender telecasters for the ride.
Shihad bring their high-energy live show back to Perth for two gigs at Amplifier on Friday 16th and Satuday 17th October.
Shihad tear up the Annandale with a massive set spanning most of their albums.
Twelve acts featuring some of the best of Perth music at one of Perth's most unique venues playing to a sold-out crowd - and all for a good cause. Great music and a sense of community spirit - what more could you ask for on a hot and humid Saturday
Two parts cutting-edge local band plus one part explosively delicious rock-doc, folded together tenuously and poured into a small outdoor cinema. Wait four hours and emerge considerably satiated, if somewhat befuddled by the lack of mutual appreciation fo
So if you're tired of the stay-at-home-drinking-like-a-nana-or-a-scrooge parties for new years eve, perhaps it's time to pop your head up out of the sandpit and see what's going on around the place this yearÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
After hitting the road nonstop for almost two years, the Getaway Plan have added to their already solid fan base, to judge by the number of people at the Rosemount fifteen minutes after it opened.
For the fourth time this year, The Getaway Plan head to Perth for a sold out show at the Rosemount Hotel.
From one of Australia's most isolated places. Perth indie band Kill Teen Angst's Greg Sanders talks about the history of KTA, and their big excitement of 2008: touring nationally this July.
The last 18 months have been big for Perth indie rockers Kill Teen Angst; 2007 WAM Rock Song of the Year for The World Or Nothing, signing by a record label, releasing their EP and touring it around the country.
There were high hopes for the sx-headed lineup at the Railway Hotel on Saturday, headlined by The Silents, a band everyone has seen live by now, and who have a reputation for encouraging a shout-along among fans. Uncharacteristically though, they ended up