Tonight is one of those nights where I wish I didn’t give a shit about hardcore and my own morals
My new band released our demo a little over a week ago and the response has been pretty overwhelming. Thanks to anyone who has checked it out, shared it or showed their friends, it really means a lot. Physical copies are on their way and our first show will be announced very soon.
This is a band that has been in the works for a long time and I’m really proud of how everything has come together. Big crossover vibe with influences ranging from later era Cro Mags, early Metallica and Integrity.
The TIme Crisis is finally here. Flex your fucking neck.
Really excited to be part of this event that is happening next week. “withflaws” is a 100% independently released magazine based in Brisbane that promotes underexposed artists of varying mediums including music, photography, creative writing, skateboarding and much more.
This is the first Low Season show happening outside the regular confides of a music venue and I’m pretty stoked that we have an opportunity to play in an alleyway, I think it will be cool. This will probably be our last show for a while also if that is any more of an incentive to come check out what is happening.
Come or don’t, but if you give a shit about anything I do musically, whether it be this band or my hardcore band, then thank you for caring. I really do appreciate it.
My band wrote a goth song tonight and our album is going to be very interesting
Tomorrow night is Suspect’s 4th show at Crowbar with some sick Australian acts and an international band you probably care about.
Next show is this coming Saturday at my favourite venue Sun Distortion with Erica Freas, Kate Woodhouse and Overrrun. Playing some older and newer songs and I’m positive it will be a hoot. Really excited to release new music in the hopefully not too distant future and do some other cool things before I leave the country.
Postblue are one of Australia’s best, and they’re set to prove it with their debut LP I Hope They’re Praying For Me.
The album was recorded and mixed by their drummer Joe Paine in a basement in Byron Bay towards the end of last year. I Hope They’re Praying For Me follows 2012’s Lap Year EP, and the first taste from the now-three-piece suggests a slightly more melodic sound with some early-to-mid 90s influence.
Set to be released on March 21st by Poison City Records, you can stream the first track, Ugly, above. Keep an eye out for pre-orders soon.
FFO: Title Fight, Daylight, Basement