BULLET PROOF is a newly formed label with a focus on all genres of Heavy & Rock Music.
It’s finally here in all of its glory! Green Day! Avenged Sevenfold! Stone Temple Pilots! Click on through to see the full first line-up announcement for Soundwave 2014!
Kim Benzie wasted no time running right up to the front of the stage to stand tall on the monitors and raise his hands to the adoring fans.
Frenzal Rhomb opted for a low-key entrance led by The Doctor in a faded onesie that looked like it had been plucked from the arse end of a Vinnies sale.
Few bands embrace the folk elements of folk metal as heavily as Eluveitie, but across the globe their unique music attracts a dedicated fan base, one which has extended itself all the way to Sydney.
Anyone who’s experienced the unrestrained ferocity of King Parrot knows that when these Melbourne boys say they’re going to shit on your liver, they bloody well mean it.
Are you one of those iPhone junkies that freak the fuck out anytime you run out of full charge?
Party punk/ska/dub/dance/whatever outfit The Bennies have managed to outdo their impressive 2011 debut album, refining and by no means overhauling their shtick.
Despite the unbelievable chain of events in the lead up, Common Courtesy is A Day To Remember at their multi-faceted, fan-pleasing, arena-wrecking best.
Right hand yellow! Wales’ Funeral For A Friend indulge in a game of Twister before their headline show at Manning Bar in Sydney. Game on!
Stone Sour and Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor chats to us in Sydney’s Kings Comics about his favourite comic books ahead of the release of his own graphic novel, The House Of Gold Bones.
Each level is considered platforming genius. But it’s coupled with the kind of nonsensical non-sequitur humour that Cartoon Network wishes it could bottle.
Fans will be happy to see lead badarse Sam Fischer return with Anna ‘Grim’ Grímsdóttir in the command centre.
360 • KINECT | UBISOFT | Review: Glen Downey Rated: 4 out of 5 It’s that time of year again, Microsoft buys the rights to the best downloadable content and then trickles it out over the Summer Winter Of Arcade. This year we’ve got a pile of crackers, but our pick is the bizarre little […]