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Alexi Laiho and his Hate crew rolled into Sydney for a a decisively brutal yet subtly melodic performance from the kings of Melodic Death Metal
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.
One of the biggest heavy bills of the Sidewave season, Corey and co. made for a surprisingly fun night out.
A good mix of songs were on show tonight showing this is not a tour to cash in on old material but an attempt to impress with new material
Missouri natives Story Of The Year return to Australia for a blistering show that left crowd-goers craving for more.
With New Zealand indie kids Cut Off Your Hands now unable to make it to Come Together, full-time party-starters Bluejuice are slipping into their spot.
The thinking man's indie band plays Sydney and brings fellow alliteration-appreciators Hot Hot Heat along.
It's quite appropriate that on the night HIM came to town the heavens swelled and let down a steady surge of rain. It was an ominous sign for a gig that was overshadowed by an enduring sense of mediocrity.
Local metal act Daysend release their 12 track monster metal album, The Warning, this month and back it up with an epic tour. The album is the band's first release since their hugely popular 2003 debut, Severence.
On her second visit to Australia in the past six months, Lily Allen, the latest British pop sensation, played to a packed house at The Big Top, Luna Park.
It's been nigh on two years since the break up of Blink 182, but that hasn't seemed to dampen the dedication of their legions of fans, particularly in Sydney. This week saw the return of Tom Delonge to our shores with his new outfit, Angels & Airwaves.