The Low Down on Download Melbourne – PSYCROPTIC

Though hailing from one of the most far-flung areas on the planet, Psycroptic are a truly world-class offering.

‘Lords Of Chaos’ Director Jonas Åkerlund Discusses Giving ‘Evil’ People A Human Side, Getting...

We will probably never know the full Mayhem story. Even if you could remove all of the lies, the truths still make...

Stryper’s Michael Sweet on his Solo Acoustic Tour

It isn’t often that a musician is successful not only with a band, but also as a solo artist! Not only has...

The Low Down On Download Melbourne: Hot Water Music

Members: Chris Wollard – Guitar, Vocals Chuck Ragan – Guitar, Vocals Jason Black – Bass George Rebelo – Drums   Hot Water Music are Punk Rock veterans from Gainesville, Florida...

Five Reasons Why Stone Sour’s Upcoming Australian Tour Will Kick Ass!

American alternative metal/hard rock quintet Stone Sour will be returning to Australia for their first set of shows since their Soundwave appearance in 2013....

The Low Down on Download Melbourne – Amon Amarth

This band boasts some of the tightest playing in the industry and one of the most exhilarating live shows known to man. Every performance played by Amon Amarth is like an epic journey.

Who the hell are Requiem? – Australia’s blackened-thrash powerhouse

  If you’re unfamiliar with who Requiem are, then these guys just might be one of the best bands you’ve never heard of, especially if...

NORTHWARD’S Jørn Viggo Lofstad On The Upcoming Northward Album, Working With Floor Jansen and...

Northward have only been around for a few months and have already garnered attention from all over the world. After all, a supergroup of...

The Low Down on Download Melbourne – MASTODON

If there's one band that's not only done metal proud, but also take it to new and technical levels that has been the result...

Review: Obsidian Monolith – ‘Promise of Oblivion’

Lewis Allan Though only emerging as a live band in late 2016, melodic death metal powerhouse Obsidian Monolith...

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