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Posted 26 Feb 2014 @ 12:10pm

AC/DC will play 40 shows around the world to mark their 40th anniversary, with a new album to coincide. 


Their first gig was in Sydney on December 31, 1973. Singer Brian Johnson ‘fessed up to Radio 98.7 The Gater: “We’ve been denying anything because we weren’t sure. One of our boys was pretty ill, so we didn’t like to say anything. We’re pretty private about things like this;...

Posted 9 Jan 2013 @ 12:13pm

In celebration and commemoration of Australian rock legend Bon Scott, The Corner Hotel will host a special non-theatre production called The Story of Bon Scott – Hell Ain't a bad Place to Be this February.


It's been nearly 33rd years since the AC/DC frontman died. His bravado, tenacity and outrageous style created the rock'n'roll presence of the Australian band, taking the...

Posted 6 Mar 2012 @ 2:16pm

With their debut Burn, Melburnians The Vendettas have released a ten -song all-guns-blazing barroom-brawl of an album. Beer-soaked and sweaty, the whole thing reeks of a good time. High octane alcohol fuelled riffs, addictively catchy melodies and fist pumping rhythms combine to create a solid and exciting effort that will have any fans of countrymen AC/DC and Airbourne or Swedes The...

Posted 2 Feb 2012 @ 1:53pm

With their dark-edged punk attitude and cock-rock swagger Black Veil Brides are ready to take their place among the most popular young rock bands in the world today.


The hard rock industry is beyond saturation so anything that steers away from the norm seems like a blessing. Their sophomore album Set the World on Fire has alternative press declaring it “Anthemic arena metal...

Posted 9 Jan 2012 @ 10:15am

Yes, this is proudly, unashamedly bogan rock - and I'm loving every second of it. It’s a four track EP from this Melbourne based four-piece, and from the cover which depicts one of the vehicles described in the title smoking up its tyres severely, to the singer’s voice which is clearly heavily Bon Scott influenced, this isn’t just music for muscle cars, it’s also music for flannel and denim-...

Posted 21 Dec 2011 @ 9:48am

AC/DC – the name evokes nothing but hard rock, fever and passion. One of the highest-grossing bands of all-time, they are still uniquely Australian. The effect they have had on rock and popular culture has been profound and truly massive. Original vocalist and founding member, Dave Evans, together with Alfie, lead singer of AC/DC tribute band Dirty Deeds, sit down with me to discuss the band,...

Posted 14 Oct 2011 @ 9:56am

At age 19 Mark Evans was a working in the accounts department of the Post-Master General's Department. Despite playing in a few local bands, Evans saw his future tied to his prowess on the football field, rather than in the musical sphere. A chance visit to the local pub, however, changed everything. "A guy I knew through footy was working as a roadie for AC/DC," Evans recalls, "and he said...

Posted 14 Sep 2011 @ 11:03am

Heaven the Axe could certainly be the next band to break out of the sluggish Australian heavy rock and metal scene and really make a name for themselves not only on the national, but global scene. Featuring some of the absolute cream of the Aussie heavy music scene, such as former members of Damaged, Manticore, The Berzerker, The Amenta and many more, the band is also fronted by the very...

Posted 29 Jul 2011 @ 9:59am

" What did AC/DC bring to Australian culture? They formalised the typical Aussie rock sound," says guitarist AK. "Strip it all back and it is ripping Chuck Berry rock on steroids." AK should know - he earns a living playing in one of Australia's premier AC/DC cover bands.When he first heard the Dirty Deeds album, circa 1976, AK felt all the pieces falling into place. He knew he wanted to...

Posted 24 Jun 2011 @ 10:31am


What’s your name then?


“My name’s Damo.”


And the name of your band...


“The band’s called Muscle Car.”


And what do you do?


“I sing and play guitar.”


When did you start doing that?


“Back in 1999 after a stint on drums with the Blood Sucking Freaks. We were originally based in...


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