The Mission In Motion take upon Australia's stages one more time before beginning their journey into creating their second album.
A triumvirate of progressive and gothic metal bands and one blunt force assault at Enigma.
Avast, landlubbers of Adelaide's shores fell victim to Scotland's smelliest pirate horde Alestorm, leaving Enigma Bar a'plunder.
The Poor finally return to Adelaide for a good old fashioned pub rock gig.
Strike Anywhere rallied the troops at Enigma Bar along with local favourites Stolen Youth and Paper Arms.
GNR tribute act Appetite for Destruction take Enigma Bar back to the 80s in style.
Horsell Common have decided to properly say goodbye by playing four final farewell shows. The first being in Adelaide, this one was not to be missed and with support from a once-off, out of retirement: "The Open Season", as well as Melbourne's The Statics
Cold, dark metal formed a fitting soundtrack to our dropping temperatures.
Regular John and friends smash a packed Enigma band room full of jock-rockers and thirty-something-year-old businessmen.
A great soundtrack to drinking. Death metal acts get the War Room treatment at Enigma on a Friday night.
Butt ugly guys, deafening music, an unholy stink? Sure is metal in here.
The smaller crowd yielded a more intimate atmosphere, which The Berzerker played the heaviest, most intense, physical extreme industrial metal assault that I've witnessed.