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« Reply #15 on: May 15, 2011, 08:41:28 pm »

Saw Alestorm and Voyager in Brisbane. Simply mindblowing. I highly recommend for anyone who hasnt heard Voyager to check them out.
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« Reply #16 on: May 17, 2011, 10:50:15 pm »

Soundwave Revolution

for the upcoming Soundwave in September 2011 -

VAN HALEN (w/ David Lee Roth)
ALICE COOPER
BAD RELIGION
PANIC! AT THE DISCO
MACHINE HEAD
HOLE BLAH
THE USED 
SUM 41 
ALTER BRIDGE 
YELLOWCARD

THE SISTERS OF MERCY
DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL

DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT
STEEL PANTHER
HATEBREED BLAH
FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND
HELLYEAH

RELIENT K
WHITECHAPEL
WATAIN

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« Reply #17 on: May 17, 2011, 10:55:36 pm »

Motley Crue, Whitesnake And Poison In Massive Australian Tour

Who said Rock n' Roll was dead? A triple pack of rock is coming our way this November with three of the world's biggest 80s bands about to hit Oz.

Music reporter Nui Te Koha told Triple M Melbourne's Hot Breakfast that Motley Crue and Whitesnake are as good as locked in, while one of the members from Poison will complete the massive triple bill.

"Motley Crue is now firmed up and looking like October/November at the end of the year with Whitesnake and somebody from Poison, nothing sorted out on the Poison front," Nui said.

Nui added that Poison frontman Bret Michaels is looking like the man who's coming down under.

All that's left to say is get ready to rock because it's going to be a monster of a show.
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« Reply #18 on: May 21, 2011, 09:23:32 pm »

VOYAGER: Perth Show Announced


Voyager are back!!!

After blowing away crowds Australia-wide playing as main support for Pirate Metallers Alestorm on the hugely successful 'Back through time' Tour, including several sold out shows and being totally cleaned out of merchandise.

Perth's Symphonic heavyweights are back at home and ready to hit Perth stages once again.

Friday June 10 will see them play at

Amplifier Bar
393 Murray Street
Perth
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« Reply #19 on: May 21, 2011, 09:25:53 pm »

Throw some shrimp on the barbie, Guardian heads to Australia


Two concerts have just been confirmed for Australia. See all the details below.

Concert details:

    Artist: Blind Guardian
    Tour: Sacred Worlds and Songs Divine Australia 2011
    Date: Friday, September 30th 2011
    City: Marrickville
    Venue: The Factory Theatre
    Address: 105 Victoria Road
    Country: Australia
    Age restrictions: All Ages
    Notes: Support acts: Black Majesty, Eyefear
 

    Artist: Blind Guardian
    Tour: Sacred Worlds and Songs Divine Australia 2011
    Date: Sunday, October 2nd 2011
    City: Melbourne
    Venue: Blasphemy
    Address: 21 Elizabeth Street
    Country: Australia
    Age restrictions: No Minors
    Notes: Support acts: Black Majesty, Eyefear
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« Reply #20 on: May 30, 2011, 01:30:10 am »

This week Swedish metallers The Haunted blasted their way around Australia playing to sold-out crowds on their fifth and most successful visit to date. The band has certainly come a long way in 15 years. The band recently released their seventh and most diverse album to date ‘Unseen’. Having started penning ideas for ‘Unseen’ back in 2009, the album may have been met with mixed reviews from critics, but fans around the world love it!
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« Reply #21 on: July 14, 2011, 11:12:32 pm »

FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS BACK BURNER AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2011

with special guests
SIENNA SKIES and HAND OF MERCY



There are bands that fade into obscurity, copying what has gone before. There are bands that push boundaries and excite audiences worldwide. In September Australia will lay witness to a band that is challenging perceptions of what Metalcore can be, Michigan USA’s For The Fallen Dreams.

For The Fallen Dreams have worked hard to create a following in the over saturated modern scene, since 2003 they have released 3 albums including 2011’s hugely successful Back Burner through Rise Records.

Despite minor line-up changes in recent times, For The Fallen Dreams have kept up their hard touring schedule, honing their live show and taking audiences captive night after night across the US, Europe and the rest of the world. They will return to Australia for the second time this September, having visited before with The Red Shore in late

2008 for a run of blisteringly heavy metal shows still talked about by those in attendance.

National support will come from two of Sydney’s finest bands challenging on a national level, Sienna Skies and Hand Of Mercy.

Sienna Skies are still riding high on a wave of support, with each successive tour they are turning heads and winning hearts. The bands blend of keyboard melody and abrasive metal riffage are a potent combination and have helped them win supports alongside the likes of Confession, Attack Attack and Oh Sleeper. SiennaSkies are destined for huge things and this is a perfect opportunity to see them in a tight live environment while you still can.

Hand Of Mercy are the most humble rockers you will find, their down to earth approach to their craft comes across in their music and live performance and makes them a truly important band in 2011. Their debut album The Fallout has propelled them to greater heights, its combination of catchy hooks, anthemic chorus and crushing breakdowns whipping crowds into a fury wherever the band touches down.

In September 2011, a stagnant scene gets the boost some say it needs with international superstars For The Fallen Dreams being joined by local sensations Sienna Skies and Hand Of Mercy for an Australian Tour that will take in every major city and leave audiences craving more in its wake.
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« Reply #22 on: July 14, 2011, 11:13:45 pm »

SEVENDUST WITHDRAW FROM AUSTRALIAN AVENGED SEVENFOLD ‘NIGHTMARE’ TOUR
 

Due to unforeseen circumstances American metal act Sevendust will no longer be appearing alongside Avenged Sevenfold for their Nightmare Australian tour. Frontier Touring wishes to advise that replacement support bands will be announced shortly.

Avenged Sevenfold have spent the last month dominating the European festival circuit, headlining Rock Am Ring in Germany, Download Festival in the UK and Graspop in Belgium. It’s been three long years, but now Avenged Sevenfold return to Australia for a gargantuan headlining tour. Don’t miss one of the biggest heavy rock bands in the world as they decimate some of Australia’s largest venues with their blistering live show this Winter.
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« Reply #23 on: August 16, 2011, 08:07:39 pm »

SOUNDWORKS TOURING and CONTINENTAL CONCERTS proudly presents

Children of Bodom

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Voyager Logo

“THE UGLY WORLD TOUR 2011” AUSTRALIA NOVEMBER


 

CHILDREN OF BODOM's enthralling mix of modern heavy metal, melodic hooks and the guitar acrobatics of front man Alexi Laiho have solidified the critically acclaimed Finnish band as one of the leading and largest voices of metal's new generation.

The flambouyant quintet eagerly return to Australia as part of "THE UGLY WORLD TOUR"  for an explosive run of spectacular shows on the back of their latest release “Relentless Reckless Forever“ to once again display why their unique union of haunting melodies, rhythmic sensibility, guitar-and-keyboard interplay and king-size solos are unmatched by anyone!

Support for these incredible shows will come in the form of the versatile and unique sounds of Perth melodic maestro’s VOYAGER. Creating and combining a melting pot of incredible melodies and arrangements, this stunning five piece will be performing in support of their latest album “The Meaning Of I“ due for release this coming October.

 



CHILDREN OF BODOM with Voyager performing at:
 

Sunday Nov 6th - Capitol, Perth

Monday Nov 7th - HQ, Adelaide

Thursday Nov 10th - The Palace, Melbourne

Saturday Nov 12th - The Big Top, Sydney

Sunday Nov 13th - The Arena, Brisbane

 

TICKETS ON SALE FROM THURSDAY AUGUST 11th at the following outlets:

Perth - www.moshtix.com , 78 Records

Adelaide – www.venuetix.com.au

Melbourne – www.ticketmaster.com.au

Sydney – www.bigtopsydney.com/box_office , www.ticketek.com.au

Brisbane – www.oztix.com.au

 

www.cobhc.com

www.myspace.com/voyageraustralia

www.continental-concerts.de

www.soundworkstouring.com
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« Reply #24 on: August 16, 2011, 08:22:03 pm »

      VAN HALEN To Tour Australia Early Next Year? - Aug. 16, 2011


According to Australia's long-running rock station Triple M, there are rumblings of a VAN HALEN headlining tour of Australia taking place early next year.

Triple M music reporter Nui Te Koha told the Hot Breakfast two promoters have gone in and spoken to VAN HALEN management following last week's cancelation of the Soundwave Revolution festival, which VAN HALEN was set to co-headline.

"This will be an arena tour," he revealed. "VAN HALEN has got an album coming out really soon. Two promoters have gone in and said, 'This Soundwave Revolution thing was a debacle. We want to tour the band and it will happen early next year.'"

VAN HALEN was supposed to play five shows in Australia in late September and early October as part of the Soundwave Revolution festival, but the entire event was abruptly scrapped by the promoters, who cited the exit of a second, unnamed headliner and low ticket sales as the reasons for the plug being pulled.

The festival's lineup also included ALICE COOPER, HELLYEAH, HOLE, BAD RELIGION, ALTER BRIDGE and PANIC! AT THE DISCO, among others.

Australia's Triple M Radio reported that AEROSMITH was the second headliner that promoters were trying to secure, but were unable to do so.

According to The Pulse Of Radio, one theory suggested that the cancellation was the fault of another act rumored to be on the bill, LIMP BIZKIT. But singer Fred Durst was quick to shoot that down, saying online, "We were never on the bill to play any festival down under. So it looks like VAN HALEN cancels and we get thrown into the mix."

There was in fact a lot of speculation that VAN HALEN itself pulled out of the festival, but the Van Halen News Desk reported adamantly that the band had nothing to do with the cancellation of the event.

The Australian shows would have been VAN HALEN's first since its reunion tour with singer David Lee Roth wrapped up in the summer of 2008.

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« Reply #25 on: August 16, 2011, 08:29:31 pm »

      Former AC/DC Bassist MARK EVANS' 'Dirty Deeds': Cover Image Unveiled - Aug. 16, 2011

The final cover image for the North American edition of former AC/DC bassist Mark Evans's new book, "Dirty Deeds: My Life Inside/Outside AC/DC", can be seen below. The first-ever book by a member of Bon Scott-era AC/DC is due in November 2011 from Bazillion Points books and is now available for pre-order at www.dirtydeedsbook.com.

Mark Evans recorded countless rock anthems with AC/DC on the groundbreaking releases "High Voltage", "TNT", "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap", "Let There Be Rock", and the '74 "Jailbreak" EP.

At nineteen years old in 1975, Mark Evans joined AC/DC, one of the hardest-working and loudest barroom bands in Australia. In the next few years AC/DC recorded a string of bestselling albums, and Mark found himself headlining world tours and living the life of a bona fide rock star. His memoir, "Dirty Deeds: My Life Inside/Outside of AC/DC", is the first bio written by a band insider during the early years, giving insight into the struggles and camaraderie that fueled the rise of hard rock's most successful group. His likeable stories capture the energy and essence of Malcolm Young, Angus Young, Phil Rudd, and the late Bon Scott. Rock and roll icons like George Harrison, Gene Simmons, Phil Lynott, Alice Cooper, Ronnie Wood, Ahmet Ertegun, and members of METALLICA feature as well.

"The aggressive attitude that AC/DC had towards Australian bands continued when we shifted overseas," ,b>Evans says. "The world's bigger bands became our new targets. Who the fuck did these pricks think they were? We saw a few of the so-called headline acts and straight away knew that we had nothing to fear."

ABC Sydney's "Breakfast With Adam Spencer" recently conducted an interview with Mark Evans. In this extended chat, which can be streamed using the audio player below, Mark shares memories of the band's early music videos, of original lead singer Bon Scott, and how it felt to be dropped from the band at its height.

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« Reply #26 on: August 20, 2011, 10:04:25 pm »

AC/DC - Live at River Plate



After breaking an eight year drought with the release of Black Ice in 2008, rock ‘n’ roll legends AC/DC once again hit the road in support of the album. The ensuing tour (The Black Ice World Tour) was another mammoth undertaking for the veteran act, with the tour seeing the band play in front of more than five million fans in more than twenty-eight countries over a twenty month period. In celebration of the tour’s overwhelming success AC/DC have put together a new live D.V.D. Live at River Plate.

Filmed in Buenos Aires’ renowned River Plate Stadium over three nights in December 2009 in front of two hundred thousand fans, Live At River Plate is a defining testament to AC/DC’s continued status as the world’s biggest and hardest rock ‘n’ roll act.

Shot with thirty two high definition cameras, and directed by David Mallet (who’s worked extensively with AC/DC over the years via promotional video clips and on 1992’s live film Live at Donington and 1996’s No Bull), Live at River Plate is a visual masterpiece, with every aspect of the band’s huge stage show (the train is quite impressive, and Rosie seems to get bigger every year. And then of course there’s the bell, the lengthy ego ramp, the fireworks and the massive video screens, etc), their individual performance and the positively massive size of the Argentinean venue and those contained within captured in all its rocking glory.

Set list wise, Live at River Plate doesn’t boast any real genuine surprises, with many of the band’s classics (Back in Black, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Thunderstruck, Hells Bells, Shoot to Thrill, You Shook Me All Night Long, T.N.T., Let There Be Rock, Highway to Hell and For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)) remaining true to the set list that AC/DC has delivered year in/year out. But that’s not to say that AC/DC are relying solely on their past, with tracks such as Rock ‘N’ Roll Train, Big Jack, Black Ice and War Machine from Black Ice injecting some fresh blood into proceedings to keep both the band and the fans on their toes.

Performance wise, the band are in top form. Angus Young may not be moving around with the speed he used to years ago, and Brian Johnson’s vocals struggle a little more to hit some of the higher notes in some songs, but its hard to knock the band’s ability to serve up rock ‘n’ roll in its purest form, and keep the audience moving (and you really have to see this D.V.D. to believe it. These Argentinean’s really do move as one! It’s an incredible sight to behold) from the first chord struck, right through to the last note.

In terms of bonuses, there’s the three minute animation sequence that opens the show (which cleverly mixes older AC/DC themes with newer ones) and the 25 minute documentary The Fan, The Roadie, The Guitar Tech & The Meat (which looks at the band’s stay in Argentina, their crew, the diehard fans and the band’s love of steak!).

AC/DC may be showing their age these days, but it certainly doesn’t affect their shows one bit. Brian Johnson pretty much sums it up when he says, ‘We don’t speak very good Spanish, but I think we speak rock ‘n’ roll pretty good!’ The crowd certainly agrees with the sentiment, and I do too.

Live at River Plate isn’t quite up to the task of robbing Live at Donington of its classic status, but it’s still one hell of a show. Without question, this release comes highly recommended to AC/DC diehards.
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« Reply #27 on: September 07, 2011, 09:22:15 pm »

ALICE COOPER: Headline Theatre Performances Announced

Chugg Entertainment is thrilled to put all suspicions at bay, allay all fears, and quash all rumours, as today we confirm that come September, not only will the master of macabre, Alice Cooper, be here for his headline theatre performances in Sydney and Melbourne, but he will also be adding shows in Brisbane, Perth and a second night in Melbourne.

Since the cancellation earlier this month of the Soundwave Revolution festival tour, many of the affected artists have been rumoured as not making their way down to Australia this September.  But Alice is definitely coming.

Kicking off in New Zealand with a show at The Trusts Stadium in Auckland on Thursday 22nd September, the tour then hits Australia to kick off a run of dates starting in Brisbane on Saturday 24th September at the Brisbane Convention Centre, then down to Sydney for the Enmore Theatre show on Monday 26th September.

Melbourne-bound, Alice Cooper will then play two nights at the Palais Theatre; the already scheduled Thursday 29th September show, and the newly added Friday 30th September date.  Then it's west they head for the last show on the Australian run in Perth at Challenge Stadium on Sunday 2nd October.

Alice brings his No More Mr Nice Guy tour, which has played to audiences in North America, South America and Europe since May, and which has received rave reviews from both fans and media worldwide.

His highly anticipated return to Australia & New Zealand coincides with the release of his new album, Welcome 2 My Nightmare, out through Sony Music on Friday 23rd September.

The album, produced by longtime collaborator Bob Ezrin - who also produced the original Welcome To My Nightmare album in 1975 - features a host of special guests (including the three other surviving members of the original band, "Nightmare" guitarists Steve Hunter and Dick Wagner, Alice's touring band, Vince Gill, Rob Zombie, and, most shockingly, Ke$ha) as Alice revisits his legendary nightmares.

The original 'Nightmare' release is an all-time rock classic that spawned a worldwide theatrical tour and certified Alice Cooper as a visionary trailblazer whose influence persists today in rock, metal, pop, punk, theatre, television, film and much more.  More than 35 years later, Alice and Ezrin have resurrected the horror and humour for a new generation.

As if that weren't exciting enough, this run of trans-Tasman shows will also mark the introduction of a new member of Alice's touring band, fittingly enough in this pocket of the world.  Australia's own eminent guitar prodigy, Orianthi, debuts with Alice, joining guitarist Steve Hunter (who famously toured and recorded with Alice on Welcome To My Nightmare and Lou Reed with Rock 'n Roll Animal, among many others) and Tommy Henriksen, along with drummer Glenn Sobel and longtime bassist Chuck Garric.

In what is certain to be a sensory overloading spectacle, the man who first introduced horror imagery to rock 'n roll, and whose stagecraft and showmanship have permanently transformed the genre, will be blowing the roof off venues from coast to coast.  Do not miss out!


TICKETS FOR ALL NEW SHOWS ON SALE 9AM THURSDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2011

 
ALICE COOPER: TOUR DETAILS

Thursday 22nd September  - The Trusts Stadium Arena, Auckland
www.ticketek.co.nz or 0800 842 538

 

Saturday 24th September - Convention Centre, Brisbane – NEW
www.ticketek.com.au or 132849

 

Monday 26th September - Enmore Theatre, Sydney
www.ticketek.com.au or 132849

 

Thursday 29th September - Palais Theatre,Melbourne - SOLD OUT
www.ticketmaster.com.au or 136100

 

Friday 30th September - Palais Theatre,Melbourne - NEW
www.ticketmaster.com.au or 136100

 

Sunday 2nd October – Challenge Stadium, Perth - NEW
www.ticketmaster.com.au or 136100

 

WebLinks:

www.chuggentertainment.com

www.alicecooper.com
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« Reply #28 on: September 20, 2011, 10:29:47 pm »

TRUTH CORRODED

"Knives Of The Betrayed", the new video from the Australian extreme thrash outfit TRUTH CORRODED, can be seen below. The clip is a culmination of tour footage from the band's April/May 2011 Australian and Asian tours with HYPNO5E.

"Knives Of The Betrayed" comes off TRUTH CORRODED's latest album, "Worship The Bled", which was made available on September 16 via Ultimhate Records. The CD was recorded between July and September 2010 and was mixed and mastered byJonas Kjellgren of SCAR SYMMETRY at Black Lounge Studio in Avesta, Sweden. Drums on the album were laid down by Kevin Talley (DAATH, MISERY INDEX, CHIMAIRA), who "really added a great intensity to our new songs — offering his distinctive style, while also honing in on our sound and capturing the feel of our influences," according to bassist Greg Shaw. "It has taken the band to the next level, and built on the intensity of our last album. The continued involvement of Jonas has consolidated the sound, and aside from his great skill as an engineer, he has offered some awesome shred to the album's opening song, 'Knives Of The Betrayed'."

The "Worship The Bled" cover artwork was created by Björn Goosses of Killustrations, who has previously worked with such bands as DEW-SCENTED, ZYKLON, SODOM, NORTHER, ABORTED and ONE MAN ARMY AND THE UNDEAD QUARTET. Shaw stated, "Killustrations have created some incredible album covers, and we really felt that Björn could capture the imagery we were looking for. The artwork conveys the message behind the album title — how the worship of monotheistic religion, political and economic ideologies and the waging of war have bled modern civilization. We gave Killustrations the idea and that was the image created — it is confronting and communicates the title of the album."

"Worship The Bled" track listing:

01. Knives Of The Betrayed (feat. Jonas Kjellgren)
02. Hunt All Heroes
03. Pride Of Demise
04. Nothing Left Alive
05. The Great Waste Of Flesh
06. Scavengers
07. Dragged Beneath
08. Remnants
09. Tear Out The Eyes Of God
10. Summon Abyss

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« Reply #29 on: October 02, 2011, 11:49:01 pm »

DESTRUCTION: 2011 Australian Tour Announced

AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2011

with special guests

MORTAL SIN
4ARM
 

Destruction are legendary in thrash circles, and the best news of all is that they are back. Not only with a new album, but thrash fans all over the country will be warming up their necks for some serious head-banging at the news that Destruction will be touring Australia this November. Joining them for the ride will be Australian thrash pioneers, Mortal Sin, and established Melbourne act, 4ARM.

For almost 30 years, the name Destruction has been almost synonymous with high energy thrash. The south German act has never veered from their ethos of never backing down from creating pure thrash. Now, the three-piece are back with another thrash metal gem, Day Of Reckoning, and will be unleashing it upon Australian audiences. Released earlier this year, the album shows the band at its most fierce, brutal and thrashy.

Says vocalist Schmier of the album, “If you think Destruction is an old band, this album will prove you wrong! The speed and energy combined with a basic, fresh and aggressive production will make this record an outstanding classic of our long discography.”

Beginning way back in 1985, Mortal Sin, could probably be considered Australia’s first thrash metal band. Their first album, Mayhemic Destruction, saw them gain much attention at home and abroad, while a quiet period during the 1990’s saw them emerge again in 2004 for a tour with Anthrax and a European tour. Now in 2011, the band is set to release their newest epic, Psychology Of Death, on September 23.

Having just completed their third album, Submission For Liberty, 4ARM are chomping at the bit for its release. By joining this tour, fans are given the opportunity to experience some of the album’s ferocity and supercharged riffage in a live setting, before it’s 2012 release.

This triple header of thrash will be devastating metal fans around the country. So get on board and do not miss Destruction causing devastation and ruin in a town near you.
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