In 2012, Sick Of It All are celebrating their 25th year as a band and recently released “Non Stop,” an album of re-recordings of their classic hits.
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Monday, February 6, 2012 at 1:10 AM (PST) by brittles
Melbourne punk act, A Death In The Family have decided to call it a day. A statement from the band can be read here:
A DEATH IN THE FAMILY band is no longer. To cut to the chase, we’ve hit a cross-roads (or dead-end as it seems). Each of our lives and circumstances are vastly different than they were a few years ago and as a group we’ve simply decided now is a good time to move on, rather than pushing on. As a band we’ve done more than we ever imagined and made life long friends in many parts of the world.
This ship has sailed. ADITF 2004 – 2012. Thanks for the memories.
The band last released “Origins” in June 2010 via Resist Records.
Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at 11:36 AM (PST) by Kelce Coon
Australian hardcore act I Exist has signed a deal with Lost Shepherd / Prosthetic Records for the world outside of Australia.
The sludge-infused hardcore act’s second album, “II: The Broken Passage,” will be released in North America on January 31st, and will share UK and European release dates on February 6th and February 10th, respectively.
“II: The Broken Passage” was released in Australia through Resist Records on June 17, 2010, and this January / February, they will be touring on the “Keepin It Denim” Tour. You can check out dates here.
Poison City Records is a label, record shop and distributor. I first became aware of the label when I bought the Daysworth Fighting and Lead Sketch Union EPs. Both were great and so I checked out the label and their other releases. From that beginning, I ended up living in Melbourne where the label is based, stopping past regularly to hunt for new vinyl. One of the great things about that was Andy Hayden, the owner of Poison City, is one of the nicest guys you’ll meet. He’s been able to bring out some of my favourite bands, put on some great shows and Poison City continues to release great music from Australian bands. I chatted to him about the label, the decision to expand and the “Weekender.” Read the interview here.
– Interview by Justin George. Interview first appeared in Wasted Opportunities Zine with republication under approval from Justin George.
Perth Australia’s hardcore outfit, Blkout, are currently working on a new full-length album which they hope to have out sometime early next year. Here’s what they had to say,
“Tonight we are going to be setting up to start demoing tracks for the new LP. At this stage we should be recording the album (some time around) November so we’re hoping it will be out early next year. We’ve got about 9 songs so far, so we still have a few more to write, but with nicknames for songs like “Bonecrusher riff” you know they’re going to be hard. Also, let us know what old songs and b-sides you want us to play live. We’re going to have a fundraiser show for the new record at some stage soon in the coming months.”
The band released their 7-inch EP “”No Justice, No Peace” through Resist Records.
“II: The Broken Passage” will be released on June 17th on Resist Records and will be the band’s first record for the label and the follow-up to 2010’s ““I: A Turn for the Worse”.
Monday, March 14, 2011 at 10:35 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Australian hardcore outfit, I Exist, has just signed to Resist Records. According to Resist, the band will heading into the studio this week to record the follow-up to “I: A Turn for the Worse,” which was put out on Common Bond Records in May of 2010.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 5:38 PM (PST) by NichTheHair
Few things in life are unforgettable. The first day of high school. Your first kiss. Your first stage dive. Wait…what? Yeah, I said it. I’ll never forget that first fantastic lift off into the crowd with Australia’s mega metalcore quintet Parkway Drive at my back. As I was talking with their singer, Winston McCall, later backstage, he told me he has “always been a fan of the stage dive.” I felt I did him proud and true, and now as my bones ache Winston, I think of you.
He and I had a great chat in the backyard of The Beaumont Club in Kansas City, Missouri after their set. We covered such niceties as winning an ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association) award and having your idol on your new record. Winston talked to me about writing and recording for the newest album, “Deep Blue,” and how they really wanted to “be themselves” and “make a record that sounded like us.”
Click here to read the full interview.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at 4:24 PM (PST) by Chris
It’s a happy Australia Day indeed: Miles Away and Defeater will be touring Australia with support from Fires Of Waco. The tour will last a few weeks during March and April of this year – get all the details here.
Defeater’s next album, Empty Days & Sleepless Nights will drop shortly before the tour on Bridge Nine Records. Fires Of Waco are also releasing their debut full-length in March, through Poison City Records.
And yes, today is really Australia Day.
Friday, January 14, 2011 at 2:25 AM (PST) by brittles
Resist Records, one of Australia’s biggest independent labels, is auctioning rare test pressings with all funds raised being donated to the Queensland flood victims. The bands on offer include A Death In The Family, Mindsnare, 50 Lions and Carpathian, to name a few. See the full list here. 75% of Queensland is currently a disaster zone, an area that is twice the size of Texas.
The Australian music community has banded together and there are many benefit gigs occurring around the country for the next two weeks.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 9:43 AM (PST) by Siminoff
Melbourne punk act, A Death In The Family, have premiered the music video for their song “Lion Hearted” which you can check out here. The song appears on the band’s most recent release “Origins”, out on Resist Records last June.
The band is currently touring Europe, check out the dates and locations on their Dying Scene shows page.
Tuesday, August 24, 2010 at 5:24 PM (PST) by Chris
Australian hardcore fans, mark your calendars! Miles Away is hitting the road with Hopeless, Phantoms, and more to bring the music to your neighborhood. The tour kicks off on September 22 and runs through October 17 – get all the details right here.
Thursday, June 17, 2010 at 10:42 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Hardcore fans, listen up – this one’s for you. Miles Away is streaming a brand new song on their MySpace page. It’s titled Ghostwriter and it will appear on the band’s upcoming 7-inch Memory Embraced though I don’t think the official release date has been announced yet.
The band will also be releasing a new full-length album titled Roads End “soon” on Resist Records.
Tuesday, June 15, 2010 at 11:55 AM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Aussie hardcore act Blkout have posted a new song titled Freedom For None off their upcoming album, No Justice, No Peace (due out July 9th on Resist Records.) You can check out the song on the band’s MySpace page. Peep the artwork to the left. <—-
The new album will be Blkout’s follow up 7″ to their 2009 album, Total Depravity. Here’s a teaser trailer for the new album. They are touring Australia right now so visit their shows page for dates and locations.
Thursday, June 10, 2010 at 2:20 PM (PST) by Tommy
The band has a new album titled No Justice, No peace coming out soon. The album will feature some new additions to the band. Keep checking back for more information as it becomes available.