Whilst scrolling through my feed I came across a beautiful Telecaster for sale in Victoria (not the one pictured) from a guy who made it himself. I was immediately intrigued and decided to ‘follow’ his page to see what else he had. The range and styles on offer was impressive enough but what made this so much cooler was how the materials selected were actually recycled. That’s right, the wood, the most integral part wasn’t being spewed out of a factory or production line, but found and re-used. I had to know more! Continue reading DIYFS – Garage Guitars
I knew nothing before diving in.
I don’t want to spoil this album for you by telling you all the things best discovered on your own. I didn’t know the band or material before diving in and I was completely blown away with every minute of this album. I kid not. Mesmerised. Continue reading Skullcave – Fear (2018)
A long time coming and well worth the wait. If distance makes the heart grow fonder then I’d say we’re about to fall head over heels for this band again. Continue reading Circles – The Last One (2018)
So this is heavy. It’s abrasive, technical and utterly brutal.
Don’t like your jaw hitting the floor…? Skip right on past please. Continue reading Hadal Maw – Charlatan (2018)
I’m a music fan and getting to do a Q&A with a band you really like is a buzz. Melbourne’s prog-darlings ‘Circles’ are one of those acts whose career I have watched and followed since they came along. So when given an opportunity to get a few words in with Circles drummer Dave Hunter ahead of the release of ‘The Last One’ I had to take it! Continue reading Q&A w/ Dave Hunter from Circles
- Just so you know the future of Australian heavy music is in good hands.
Heavy AF tune from a band that is entertaining a whole range of new idea’s and manages to squeeze em into nearly 4 minutes. Its an onslaught. It’s overwhelming. Continue reading Gravemind – Lifelike (single) 2018
And now for something different: Jazz for people who don’t like jazz. Continue reading COAST – s/t (2018)
Blackened post metal. It dooms. Continue reading Encircling Sea – Hearken (2108) EVP Recordings
Darwin based sadcore band Tapestry have the goods to not only make a name for themselves here in Australia but possibly even world wide. Continue reading Tapestry – Ghost Of Me (2018)