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As A Rival are back – and they’re here to kick the door down with their second full length album, ‘Griefers’ – which will see its release into the world on Friday November 2. Today, they are heralding its imminent arrival into the world with anthemic new single ‘What We Got’. Pre-Orders for the album will go live this Friday September 21, with the single available for streaming and purchase same day. All Pre-Order links and streaming options will be at

The new single What We Got blasts away from As A Rival’s usual vein of punk rock showing a maturity and diversity in their songwriting, delivering a power punk ballad that will hit even the hardest of hearts. It’s about when someone you love is struggling through a dark time in their lives, holding onto the tiniest of threads, and doing everything possible to comfort them through it. It is an anthem about holding on to the good around you when you’re almost ready to give in to the flames.
Pete Cerni, vocalist for the band, said that “There are times when we are tested – things that we love, that we live for are put to the sword and we’re left to question ‘is it all worth it’? It’s hard not to focus on the negative. It’s hard enough when it’s your own fight, but watching it happen to someone close to you can be debilitating and make you feel helpless. What We Got addresses the internal struggle that comes with failed attempts to try and comfort those in need.” 

‘Griefers’ is a gaming term used to describe those who play alongside you only to turn against you, cause you pain and hinder your progress. The same can be used to describe the people we let into our lives. Pete explains, “We go through life meeting people. Connecting with them. Let them in, share with them our passions, our dreams. Some people glide in and out naturally, but others will smile at you while they fight to destroy everything you’ve built.” ‘Griefers’ encompasses the hurt you have to face to crawl out of the mess and deal with the aftermath. Life is about the fight for what you believe in. ‘Griefers’ acknowledges these trying times – the times when you do fall but that it’s ok, as long as you climb even higher as a result.

Recorded at Homesurgery Recordings, the album was produced by Tom Larkin (Shihad) with Sam K Sproull and Jon Grace. The sessions started out with a challenge – complete 50 demos within a 2 month period. A challenge that was met with gusto. 50+ songs later having explored a myriad of styles touched on in previous releases, these sessions enabled As A Rival to hone their craft and evolve their sound. The result: a 12 song punk rock deluge, tackling themes of betrayal, deceit and defiance

‘Griefers’ pays homage to a number of influences and genres culminating into what is As A Rival’s best release to date. From the raw gallop of lead single, ‘Bring Out The Dead’ to the power and grace of ‘What We Got’. The anthemic hooks of ‘Head In The Clouds’ to the burst of energy that is ‘Coup De Main’. The album is full of riffs, hooks and sing-along choruses that keep you coming back for more.

They have seamlessly collected the promises from their debut album ‘By Design’ and set them on fire, constructing a new sound from the ashes. ‘Griefers’ is not just a collection of songs, but a statement, a stamp in time outlining the challenges that have landed in their path. However, instead of dwelling on the issues and letting it hold them back, it’s time to let go. They decided to let the past die – kill it if you have to. Pete Cerni (vox/guitar) and Nathan Wheatley (drums) are joined by Johnny Beech (guitar) and Paul Trevorrow (bass) to deliver a powerfully polished punk rock album. After the tease of previous releases, what remains is a certainty and drive that screams that they are the rival they have always threatened to be.

Pre-Order As A Rival’s new album ‘Griefers’ from this Friday September 21, for release Friday November 2. 

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News: SCOTT IAN Legendary Founding Father of Thrash, Author & Rock Royalty Announces One Man Riot! Spoken Word Tour – Australia, Sept 2018

This is the story of a Jewish kid from Queens who started a heavy metal band…Thrash Metal inventor, metal/rap cross over initiator, non fiction & comic book author, horror movie expert, TV star, son-in-law to Meat Loaf… shall we go on? 

One of the metal worlds most recognisable, praised and iconic figures, Scott Ian, will be in Australia for a series of spoken word events this September! The co-founding rhythm guitarist of ‘Big 4’ legends Anthrax practically invented Thrash Metal and in a career spanning nearly four decades remains as vital as ever.

Scott’s rapid fire riffs, unmistakable crunchy tone and incisive lyrics continue to spawn generations of new bands who wear Anthrax’s influence on their tattooed sleeves. 

Now, fans can hear and see Scott on stage in an entirely different way, behind a mike, telling wildly entertaining road stories about the people he has met, crazy experiences he has had and all the mischief, shenanigans and back stage antics he and his peers have gotten into over the past 38 years of touring the world!

 In Scott’s own words, “One Man Riot is what I call my talking show because the pretension of saying I am doing a ‘Spoken Word’ show is too much to bear. This isn’t a poetry reading. This isn’t an evening of sensitive discourse. It’s an evening of ridiculous truth.  
It’s me talking (swearing) about this insane life I’ve led over the last 38 years, the people I’ve met and the shit that’s happened. And when I’m done swearing, you can ask me anything you want, the floor is yours.  Cheers my friends.

Bursting onto the scene in 1984 with Fistful Of Metal, Scott and Anthrax have sold over 10 million albums, receiving multiple Gold and Platinum awards, been nominated for a bunch of Grammy’s and continue to write career besting albums to this day! 2016’s For All Kings debuted in the US Billboard Top 200 at number 9 and the worldwide charts at number 8!  While widely known as the face of Anthrax, Scott is also a constant and extremely recognizable figure in the worlds of horror, comics, movies and television. 

What does Scott get up to? Well…. In the early 90’s it was Scott’s idea to cover Public Enemy’sBring The Noise which brought the two worlds of rap and metal together like never before and saw Chuck DFlavor Flav and the rest of PE touring the world with Anthrax,  kicking the asses of expectations and stereotypes everywhere they went. Scott also takes no credit good or bad for any musical genre that came after… Scott hosted the Rock Show on VH1 for a year and got to interview Ozzy Osbourne while dressed as Gene Simmons for Halloween.

That went well. In 2009 Scott wrote Lobo: Highway To Hell for DC Comics and wrote his second series for DC featuring The Demon which is being scheduled for release. Scott and Anthrax are part of the iconic ‘Big 4’ metal bands alongside MetallicaSlayer and Megadeth. Scott had the highlight of his career in Anthrax when The Big 4 played Yankee Stadium in NYC on Sept 14, 2011.  

That day was also officially proclaimed Anthrax Day in the Bronx. Suck that everyone in high school. Scottʼs autobiography Iʼm The Man The Story of That Guy from Anthrax was released October 14, 2014, and with all modesty, it got great reviews everywhere! Even the New York Times book reviewer liked it. You should read it.

 Scottʼs second book Access All Areas – Stories From A Hard Rock Life was released in December of 2017. The book is comprised of twenty-three ridiculous stories from Scottʼs life. If you hate laughing, this book is not for you.

 Scott has taken his stories on the road doing Spoken Word tours of the U.S., Canada, the U.K. & Europe to critical acclaim. More importantly, the people that paid to see the shows really liked them. Scott hosts the horror FX show Bloodworks for the Nerdist Channel. Scott got to be a walker on season 5 episode 12 of The Walking Dead attacking Rick Grimes until he got a metal pole through the head by Rickʼs son Carl. 

For the new season of Bloodworks, Scott recently filmed an episode from the set of  Game of Thrones. Now he can retire. Scott is also happily married to Pearl Aday, daughter of Meat Loaf and they are in a band together called Motor Sister. Scott and Anthrax are currently on the Slayer farewell tour in the U.S. Scott hopes this farewell tour lasts about ten years.

 Scott thanks everyone for being cool.   Come and listen to Scott tell his legendary tales (for several hours) at one of the venues below Monday, September 24: Dunstan Play House, AdelaideWednesday, September 26: Goldfields Theatre – MCEC, MelbourneSaturday, September 29: Metro Theatre, Sydney Monday, October 1: The Tivoli, Brisbane Tickets on sale Thursday, July 5 Official Event  VIP Packages Available From

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News: Bon Jovi: This House Is Not For Sale 2018 Tour


Tickets and VIP packages are on sale NOW through Ticketek 

Global rock icons and newly announced Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2018 inductees Bon Jovi have announced the Australian leg of their This House Is Not for Sale Tour, presented by TEG DAINTY.

Now is your chance to see Bon Jovi like a true VIP and get closer to the action than you ever thought possible! We have a variety of VIP Experiences and Fan Packages to choose from which may include access to one of our pre show functions, exclusive VIP merchandise, and an array of on site amenities – all designed to make your concert going experience that much more memorable and enjoyable! See below for further details and get your very own VIP package before they sell out!

BON JOVI This House Is Not for Sale Tour
MELBOURNE – Saturday 1st December, Melbourne Cricket Ground
ADELAIDE – Tuesday 4th December, Botanic Park
BRISBANE – Thursday 6th December, Suncorp Stadium
SYDNEY – Saturday 8th December, Sydney ANZ Stadium

The This House Is Not For Sale Tour has already received both fan and critical acclaim, with its first North American leg grossing an estimated $47 million and its South American leg grossing nearly $40 million. Atlanta Journal-Constitution raved, “(The tour) solidifies their standing as one of rock’s most resilient acts.” Creative Loafing Tampa said, “Bon Jovi leaves 18,000 screaming, standing fans shot through the heart…” while the Los Angeles Daily News reported that “JBJ shook the stage from the start to end with energy and enthusiasm, and he kept that energy rolling with a voice in tip top shape…” The St. Louis Post-Dispatch said “Bon Jovi doesn’t miss a beat…” and the Toronto Sun enthused, “It was anthemic Bon Jovi at its best…”

The This House Is Not for Sale Tour is Bon Jovi’s first outing since the band’s 2013 Because We Can World Tour.  2013’s tour was their fourth in six years to be ranked the No. 1 top-grossing tour in the world (a feat accomplished by only The Rolling Stones previously) with a total of $259.5 million. Bon Jovi also earned the No. 1 grossing worldwide tour in 2010 for The Circle Tour, with $201 million total, and 2008’s Lost Highwaytour, which earned $210.6 million. Bon Jovi’s touring legacy was recognised with the “Legend of Live” award at the Billboard Touring Conference & Awards prior to the kick-off of The This House Is Not for Sale Tour.

Bon Jovi released This House Is Not for Sale (Island Records) on Nov. 4, 2016 which debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart, giving the rock band its sixth U.S. No. 1. Worldwide, the album hit No. 1 in Australia and Austria; No. 2 in Spain and Switzerland; No. 3 in Canada and Germany; and hit the top 10 in Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Scotland and the United Kingdom. This House Is Not for Sale was Bon Jovi’s first major release since What About Now (2013), the band’s third consecutive multi-platinum album to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 (Lost Highway in 2007, and The Circle in 2009).

ABOUT BON JOVI: Over an illustrious career spanning more than three decades since their formation in 1983, Bon Jovi has earned their place among global rock royalty.  With over 130 million albums sold worldwide, an extensive catalog of hit anthems, more than 2,800 concerts performed in 50 countries for more than 35 million fans, and ticket sales grosses well over $1 billion in around the world in just the past decade, Bon Jovi is the consummate rock and roll band.

Bon Jovi was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in April 2018.
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Do not buy from unauthorised resale scalper websites. You risk buying invalid or fraudulent tickets. The only way to ensure your Bon Jovi Australian Tour ticket is genuine is by purchasing it from the official ticketing agent: Ticketek Australia

Tickets & Tour Dates

01 Dec 2018 Sat MELBOURNE MCG

Adelaide 04 Dec 2018 Tue ADELAIDE BOTANIC PARK,

Brisbane 06 Dec 2018

Sydney 08 Dec 2018 Sat  SYDNEY ANZ STADIUM

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News: Intervals & Polyphia Tour starts this week!

Two incredible Instrumental/prog/djent outfits, Intervals & Polyphia, are arriving on Australian shores THIS WEEK! From September 21 to 24 in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane,. They will be here to melt minds and faces around Australia. Tickets for this once in a life time experience are on sale now at and are becoming scarce.

Along for the ride are progsters Voyager in Perth at AmplifierJames Norbert Ivanyi at Sydney‘s Bald Faced StagMelbourne gets I Built The Sky and Brisbane gets to dance to He Danced Ivy at The Brightside

Last in Australia alongside Plini in 2016, INTERVALS is returning to Australian shores for their first headline tour. INTERVALS is a window into the mind of guitarist & composer, Aaron Marshall. Founded in 2011, Intervals is a progressive and forward thinking staple in modern instrumental music with roots firmly planted in all things traditional, & an open eye on the future. Intervals has shared stages with Protest The HeroPeripheryBetween The Buried and MeAnimals As LeadersPlini and more. 

Polyphia‘s first voyage to Australian shores comes on the back of the announcement of their brand new album New Levels New Devils, which will see its release on 12th October 2018. They recently dropped the first single from it, entitled O.D. The band – whose average age is just barely 21 – is comprised of Tim Henson (guitar), Scott LePage (guitar), Clay Gober (bass), and Clay Aeschliman (drums). Polyphia has toured and shared stages with the likes of Animals As LeadersPeripheryBetween The Buried and MeThe Contortionist and more.

This tour is not to be missed – get tickets at

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News: TAMERLAN EMPIRE Release New Lyric Video and Sign to Black-Roos Entertainment

Sydney symphonic black metal band Tamerlan Empire has signed to Australian promotion, booking and management agency Black-Roos Entertainment.

The band has released their first full-length studio album Age of Ascendency in February this year and their lyric video Battle of Tyrantsrecently. They have just supported Enslaved in Sydney and are bound to support Sinsaenum in November. The band is playing shows around Australia and is planning to take their distinct music overseas in the near future.

Tamerlan Empire is playing a fusion of symphonic black metal with Central Asian and Middle Eastern melodies and rhythms. The style of the band was developed by blending the aggressiveness of metal with an eastern-sounding tone that reflects Tamerlan Empire’s ideology and creates a unique sound that identifies the band.

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27 Listicle Series: The Fix Ups

Top Five Antidotes to make your life better by The Fix Ups 

Hey! we are The Fix Ups, and we would like to share our top 5 antidotes to a better life! 
Writing and playing music is something we are immensely passionate about, but there are certainly loads of ups and down you can experience in the musical journey. Read on to see what we are inspired by in life, and what we think is important for longevity and health as an artist, individual, and band member. It’s not all go go go; sometimes you gotta take it slow slow slow!!


We trailed out yesterday for a Sunday roast. It was so good to have dinner together after a hard days work. It gives you a chance to catch up on each others lives, and you also find out things you wouldn’t normally discuss at rehearsals.For example. Marlene found out that Santa gave Ash a pony for her 5th birthday, and Ash found out that Marlene was married! Throw your friends in there to spice up the night, complacency and monotony becomes so boring!

Group Holidays.
Life can get really busy, and catching up with people can be quite hard. We like to plan weekends away with a group of friends to the hot springs or the beach. It’s a real bonding moment between people. Last time we did this, Nikos forgot the keys to his grandparents holiday house, and we had time to kill on the beach. Serendipitously, our mate Yolanda serenaded us with some classic Aussie tunes she had to sing for Australia day. It’s amazing how fun a game of celebrity heads or charades after dinner with a few glasses of wine can be!

  1. Musicians Wellbeing, physical, RSI, play with no stress in muscles, play like a buddhist monk

Playing music can be super taxing on the body, and every member of The Fix Ups have had RSI problems. In the song, It’s Your Life the piano part is fast an repetitive. It has to be played in a clear and relaxed way, like a Buddhist monk on sedatives..See your doc, do some yoga, and go for a swim! Talk to your bandmates about it; often it starts in the mind. The last thing you want is a body that doesn’t do what you want it to do anymore!

  1. Having a industry mentor, how to do stuff? Exciting, reading

Having a mentor in your industry is super important. This person can be a fantastic role model, that can help draw out the amazing creative person you often have trapped inside you! The Fix Ups members all have mentors, whether it be life coaches, teachers at university, or family and friends. They can also show you how to be a ethical, awesome human being at the same time!

  1. Go to gigs, stay on the scene, keep inspired, go to gigs

In the immortal words of James Brown “Stay on the Scene!”, or in other words, go to gigs! These can also be art shows, photography exhibitions, whatever inspires you to do what you do best. The Fix Ups regularly go to their muso friend’s gigs, which is both fun, but also super inspiring and informative. Introduce yourself to people, even if you’re frightened of doing so. The only way to grow yourself is to put yourself in uncomfortable situations. Live life passionately, because fear rarely has dire consequences.

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27 Listicle Series: Motor Ace

It’s 2001, you’re driving home from work, flicking through the radio stations, and Five Star Laundry by Motor Ace is being played on triple j, Triple M and a bunch of other stations in between. Then, as you walk in the door, the television is blaring and it’s Motor Ace again, with their iconic track Death Defy reaching an even wider audience as the theme song for the beloved Australian television series The Secret Life Of Us. 

Five Top Aussie Bands by Motor Ace

There are too many great Aussie bands to choose from so I am going to narrow down on the first bands I loved growing up.

God: My Pal by God is an amazing 5 note earworm of a riff that never gets old. Recorded in 1987 by four hairy 16 year olds from the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, My Pal reminds me of many weekends spent haunting AuGoGo and Gaslight Records in the city as a 14 year old.

You Am I: I first saw You Am I at an underage show in a community centre in Croydon. I was gobsmacked to hear the opening chords of Belin Chair pumping through the big old PA as Tim windmilled his guitar, and a stage diver landed directly on my head. I caught the train home with a rooted neck, ringing ears and a huge smile. We went on to play with You Am I on several occasions and spent months hanging out in Sing Sing Studios while we each recorded albums in adjacent sound rooms. Hourly Daily is still one of my favourite records.

The Saints: Stranded was on Rage high rotation in 1989, often getting played at around 3am in the morning to thousands of teenagers in their parents’ living rooms, wishing they were somewhere else. The clip features the band playing in a busted up abandoned house that look like the set of a snuff movie, The Saints – Stranded, crudely painted across one wall in blood red. I love the moment Chris Bailey steps up to the mic taking two big tokes of his ciggie before launching into the opening lines – bad attitude personified! It’s so simple, grubby and punk. Pretty sure it was a decisive factor in starting my first band.

Hard-Ons – I love the Hard-Ons nursey rhyme like simplicity. Two chord wonder pop songs set to wall of sound chainsaw guitars. Where did she come from is still a killer song.

Died Pretty: I think Died Pretty could have been huge if they’d been in the right place at the right time. My favourite DP track is Everybody Moves Away. Insistent bass line, moody organs, oddly energetic drumming, and Peno’s maudlin droning… Perfectly captures what it felt like being a teenager experiencing that first lash of hormonal depression.  I love it.

Fast forward almost two decades and Motor Ace’s hoards of fans no longer have to wait for that highly anticipated reunion, because in March and April of 2019, the band we all love will embark on a national tour to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the band’s inception, kicking off in Adelaide at The Gov on March 29, then moving through Perth, Sydney, Brisbane and finishing up in Melbourne at the renowned venue 170 Russell on April 12.


FRI MARCH 29 | THE GOV, ADELAIDE SA | 18+ Tickets available from

SAT MARCH 30 | CAPITOL, PERTH WA | 18+ Tickets available from

FRI APRIL 5 | FACTORY THEATRE, SYDNEY NSW | 18+ Tickets available from

SAT APRIL 6 | THE TRIFFID, BRISBANE QLD | 18+ Tickets available from

FRI APRIL 12 | 170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE VIC | 18+ Tickets available from

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27 Listicle Series: Kirrah

Stepping into the Australian music scene with no stopping down in her sights. Sydney-based RNB/Pop singer Kirrah has shun a bright light with her music with her latest offering ‘Fallin’. Soul/RNB Singer Kirrah Releases An Infectious New Single ‘Fallin’. She has also performed for the likes of Australian Icon ‘Jimmy Little’, ARIA winning group ‘Idea of North’, the Deputy Prime Minister and Governor General of Australia. Most recently, she performed back up for James Arthur when he visited Australia, Conrad Sewell and Ben of The Voice Australia. Parallel to this, full knowing that she is ready to show the world what she has been working to build and create for over 10 years, a significant amount of her focus is currently directed at the release of her debut album set to drop this year. 

My Top Five Fave Guitarists by Kirrah

1. John Mayer, the most incredible songs, individual voice and heartbreaking lyricsJohn Mayer is one of my biggest musical influences growing up – he writes the most incredible songs, has an individual voice and such heartbreaking lyrics. His early albums are my go-too any day.

2. Mormon Guitar, the most peaceful, uplifting music I’ve ever heard.I love the Mormon Guitar YouTube channel – just peaceful, uplifting music to clear my head, definitely not just for Mormon listeners.

3. Thundercat, killer (bass) guitarist, smooth vocals, original look, chilled vibeI was recently introduced to the force that is Thundercat but he is on my list. A killer (bass) guitarist, honey smooth vocals, and has a chilled vibe. Didn’t think anyone could pull of pink dreads until I saw this man.

4. Vince Gill, his cover of “How Great Thou Art” with Carrie Underwood got me shook to the core.Vince Gill is an incredible artist and does the most beautiful collaborations! His cover of “How Great Thou Art” with Carrie Underwood got me shook to the core.

5. Prince, guitarist, vocalist, influencer, and prince in the truest sense.And not that he needs a lot of words but Prince is a favourite – artist, influencer, and prince in the truest sense.

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Live Review: Flight Facilities

Live Review: Flight Facilities

Forum Melbourne

14 September 2018

Danny Harley aka The Kite String Tangle starts things off tonight with a surging electronic pulse. He stands at the opposite side of the stage to his drummer and together they create an explosive sound of beautifully crafted atmospheric beats.

The talented singer, songwriter and producer knows how to get the crowd moving as he plays his delicately crafted danceable tunes filled with house-infused bass-lines and soothing vocal features. The dance floor quickly fills up for some of his biggest tracks including the hard-hitting ‘Selfish’ and the ultra funky ‘This Thing We Got.’ Long time fans are pleased to hear old favourite ‘Arcadia’, which has a slow glimmering start and crescendos into a huge emotional chorus. For something different, Harley ends his set with his epic remix of Fatboy Slim’s iconic track ‘Praise You’ adding his own beats and samples to propel the track to new heights.

The crowd is absolutely buzzing with excitement by the time Flight Facilities touch down on the stage. The lights flicker and their logo illuminates the podium where our pilots Hugo Gruzman and James Lyell are positioned behind a console of controls, ready to elevate us high into the sky. Tonight is the last show of their current tour and they let us in on a secret that it’s also being filmed for Triple J’s Live at the Wireless, so we’re encouraged to party as hard as possible. Owl Eyes takes the lead on all the female vocals tonight and her vocals are flawless. The singer’s stage presence is second to none and enhances the live show as Gruzman and Lyell smoothly navigate us through all of their hits.

Other notable guest features include Ric Rufio who lends his sleek, soulful vocals for the feel good track ‘Sunshine’ and Dustin Tebbutt who performs their latest track ‘All Your Love’. Tebbutt starts off the song on his acoustic guitar with soft vocals and then the song builds up to an explosive, emotive chorus with a thumping electronic production. A new auto-tuned, electro-heavy dance track is added to the in-flight entertainment to create a powerful burst of turbulent energy and they take us back in time with a nostalgic disco cover of Jamiroquai’s ‘You Give Me Something’.

‘Stranded’ brings us back down to Earth for an encore with a duet from Owl Eyes and Rufio and then we light our phones up during the mesmerising track ‘Clair De Lune’. Their biggest hit ‘Crave You’ is thought to be the last, however they invite all the guest vocalists, support acts and even their truck driver Dave, on to the stage for one last boogie along to Mylo’s ‘Drop The Pressure’ and the timeless party anthem makes us want to stay and dance all night long.

Words by Michael Prebeg

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News: PRIMAL FEAR Apocalypse In Australia 2018 with Special Guests Sinner

Teutonic power metallers, Primal Fear are returning in November to rip Australia apart, just as they did in 2016! 

With their new album, Apocalypse being released on August 10th 2018 via Frontier Records, Primal Fear will be performing tracks off their latest offering along with numerous fan favourites. 

Joining them, and for the very first time in Australia, will be Sinner! Sinner will perform all their fan favourites plus tracks off their latest release Tequila Suicide.

Primal Fear are one of the most notable traditional/power metal bands of all time. Fronted by one of the best vocalists of the genre, Ralf Scheepers (ex-Gamma Ray) and featuring in the legendary Mat Sinner, Primal Fear is a force to be reckoned with and have a career that has spanned 20 years producing countless chart topping selling albums. Sinner is an institution of Rock meets classical metal masterminded by the legendary bassist and producer of Primal Fear; Mat Sinner. 

Australia’s Horizon’s Edge will open the show in both Sydney and Melbourne. 
Currently making their own head waves and gaining traction in leaps and bounds; Horizon’s Edge is a melodic power metal outfit that has the world at their feet. 
Their recently released album Let The Show Go On was produced by Bob Katsionis (Firewind), with the vocals recorded and produced by Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear). The album’s title track includes Ralf on guest vocals.
Soaring vocals, razor sharp riffs, galloping drums and chest filling bass. 
Tickets are going to sell fast! Do not miss the biggest night of pure heavy metal this year!


Friday, November 16: Max Watts, Melbourne

Saturday, November 17: Max Watts, Sydney