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Posted 20 Jan 2011 @ 12:20pm
Posted 21 Jan 2014 @ 3:21pm

The biggest Christian punk/emo band in the world? Almost. 


Either way, The Almost have spread the good word for Australian fans – they'll be headed back our way this April, joined by Young Lions and Drawing North. Fear Inside Our Bones, The Almost's third studio album, was recorded entirely live and captures the raw vibes that have captured raw hearts.

Posted 20 Jan 2014 @ 12:42pm

Mini-touring festival Hits & Pits Festival will be returning this May to knock your socks off with punk and ska.


The first lineup features Strung Out, Face to Face, The Casualties, Ten Foot Pole, Death By Stereo, Big D & the Kids Table, pop-punk favourites Masked Intruder and Heartsounds.

Posted 14 Jan 2014 @ 10:55am

Misfits have become so synonymous with punk music that if one were to nominate an official logo to represent the genre, the band’s infamous “Crimson Ghost” skull face would likely run away with the crown. It is as recognisable as any other motif in the history of punk rock and serves to unify fans of the New Jersey-based band across the world.


And while the “Crimson Ghost” made...

Posted 28 Oct 2013 @ 11:07am

The Julie Ruin will be hitting Australian shores for the first time this January.


Since their conception in 2010, The Julie Ruin has garnered attention for their whip-smart wit and raw punk. On their tour to Australian next year, the band will entertain newcomers and long-time fans with their fierce expression and feminism.
The Julie Ruin was created by Riot Grrrl...

Posted 13 Feb 2013 @ 1:19pm

Step-Panther and Wax Witches will be joining forces this March to deliver an experience of pure punk mixed with late-night psychedelic.


The guitar shredders will be touring in promotion of their respective album releases― Step-Panther's Dreamcrusher and Wax Witches Celebrity Beating― performing a selection of their songs, including Step-Panther's Bad Mood and Wax Witches' Alone...

Posted 29 Jan 2013 @ 7:45am

“It's kind of like the same as a professional athlete who's been to the championship a few times,” says Greg Graffin, Ph.D. “It never loses its excitement but you know what to expect so you can focus on the job at hand. It makes it easier to pay more attention to just enjoying it. The experience sometimes makes for a better performance because you can focus on the resonance with the fans.”...

Posted 13 Jun 2012 @ 3:03pm

Punk. It has morphed into many forms over the decades, gaining strength with defiance and sometimes, losing validity by those that hide deceitfully under its name. (I’m looking at you, Joel Madden). But despite the argument about what punk music is or isn’t valid and true to the founding ethos, it goes beyond a genre and into a way of life that has wired differing communities together across...

Posted 21 May 2012 @ 8:05am

Pennywise, one of the definitive punk acts of the past two decades, have announced their welcome return to Australia.


Last in the country for the 2011 instalment of Soundwave, Pennywise have lost none of their anthemic vitality = evident in their tenth LP (and first with new vocalist Zoli Téglás) All Or Nothing.


Joining Pennywise on the bill will be none other...

Posted 17 May 2012 @ 12:43pm

Now in it's fourth year, Poison City's annual Weekender festival is setting its sights upon Melbourne once again, bringing a huge lineup of punk acts to three venues across town.


The even will be headlined by New York post-hardcore supergroup Rival Schools, hitting Australia for the first time since their 2011 comeback. Joining them on the balltearer of a lineup will be The...


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