If there's one thing that Aussies love, it's good old fashioned rock and the capacity crowd that packed The Gov on Saturday night certainly had their lion's share of it.
Rock’n’roll legends KISS to tour in October, unveiling new stage production ‘The Spider’ to Australian fans for the first time
It would be near impossible to be an Adelaidean and to have never heard of the Zep Boys, one of the best Led Zeppelin tribute bands around. They’ve played everywhere over the past 30 years, and frontman Vince Contarino has remained the face of the band for the whole duration.
In what may very well be the final installment of the annual heavy rock adventure we know as the Soundwave Festival, this years lineup is only half way through and has so far been a fair blend of younger and older acts.
Fresh off their win at the Aria Awards for Best Heavy/Hard Rock Release last week, Brisbane thrashers DZ Deathrays have announced they are hitting the road for a national tour in 2015.
Legendary guitarist of iconic metal band, Rammstein, Richard. Z. Kruspe is set to release a second album with his new band Emigrate and it’s not what you’d expect. Silent So Long will drop next week and holds many surprises, including collaborations with a diverse group of artists like Lemmy, Peaches and Marilyn Manson.
Rock icon BILLY IDOL is returning to Australia and New Zealand for his first concert tour of Australia since 2002 and his first of New Zealand since 1987.
It can be tough to transition from being a recognized drummer to being a front man or solo artist. Just ask Dave Grohl from Foo Fighters/Nirvana! Fortunately though, Cam Gilmour has moved from playing drums for Melbourne rock outfit Behind Crimson Eyes and for hip –hop artist Illy and has done so in a most surprising way. His new EP ‘Anhedonia’ (released October 7) is both unexpected and particularly refreshing. Unexpected in that it is nothing like you would expect from a rock/hip-hop drummer, but refreshing in that it captures pure emotions in its genteel beauty and substance.
Getting ready to rock Australia on their ‘Atomic 47 25th Anniversary Tour’, Screaming Jets frontman Dave Gleeson is excited to be back on the road with new tracks and to be rocking out with the Jets in what looks like an epic tour! Glam Adelaide caught up with ‘Gleeso’ post SANFL Grand Final, and no-one is more excited than the wild man of rock himself about the tour which kicks off on October 17 in NSW and Adelaide on October 24 and 25 at The Gov!
Returning to Adelaide after several years, the darlings of Portland, Oregon weren’t letting anything get in the way of having a good time before an adoring audience who were there to show some love
Hard rocking four-piece Kingswood are hot property right now. With a reputation for energetic live performances, they have developed a strong following through a steady stream of singles and EPs, and have just travelled to Nashville to record their debut album Microscopic Wars with Grammy Award winning producer Vance Powell (Jack White, Artic Monkeys).
This Friday night at Adelaide’s Blackmarket, four piece Kiwi turned Sydney-siders Monte will rock the house. In what they’re calling a whirlwind ‘mini tour’, the band will be giving audiences a taste of their album which is set to be released around October third.
This is the debut album for Glasgow three-piece outfit “The Amazing Snakeheads” and it is one for lovers of fine grunge and hard-driving, dark rock.
After 12 years behind the drums with iconic rockers The Living End, Andy Strachan is clearly enjoying fronting new musical project The Pants Collective. The EP, which showcases seven tunes, proves that Strachan is a capable songwriter in his own right and makes a welcome contribution to the rock landscape.
Can’t be bothered heading out for the night? Given that winter is well and truly upon us, why not then stay at home. Heck, if you’re a performer why can’t you do the same and bring the audience to you, right? That’s what Adelaide act The Borderers have decided to do leading up their upcoming European Tour
This Saturday night, one of Adelaide’s slickest bands, Surviving Sharks will be rocking the Worldsend Hotel.
Melbourne four-piece rockers, My Echo has announced a national tour to launch their upcoming release and follow-up Self-Titled EP, which will be out on Friday May 2, 2014 through Ten To Two Records. Exclusive physical pre-order packages including limited 7” double A-side vinyl, and iTunes pre-orders (with instant downloads of the first single ‘Black Water Blues’ and brand new single ‘Lonesome City’) will be available from Friday 18th April at MyEcho
Toronto four-piece PUP have today released their debut self-titled album via SideOneDummy/Shock Records. The album streamed exclusively on Noisey prior to release, with Noisey dubbing the record ‘a perfect ten’.
They’re the British three-piece entrusted with “spearheading the latest rock revival” (The Guardian) and now Darlia proves worthy of the title, unveiling new Candyman EP - out today via Dew Process.
Having returned from a triumphant co-headlining Australia & New Zealand jaunt with NIN, Queens Of The Stone Age have wasted no time in teaming with director Hiro Murai (Childish Gambino, St. Vincent) for the just unveiled cinematic mini-epic for'Smooth Sailing,' the latest single from the hailed, hailed and more hailed Australian Gold selling #1 album …Like Clockwork.