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Album News Weekly: 12th August 2015

In This Issue: We have a huge month coming with plenty of local artists bringing their debuts to the table, some big big names returning and a stash of amazing album covers. With so much good music coming out you can almost hear the festival season approaching!

Live Review: Steel Panther + Buckcherry + Fozzy - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (07.12.13)

When you name your tour Spreading The Disease and feature some of America’s leading acts to deliver big riffs and big vocals and big hair, you can expect nothing less than a hilariously stellar rock show.

Photo Gallery: Steel Panther + Buckcherry + Fozzy - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (07.12.13)

Steel Panther infected Sydney's Hordern Pavilion on the "Spreading the Disease (S.T.D.) Down Under Tour". Supported by Buckcherry and Fozzy. Photography by Pete Dovgan.

the AU interview: Chris Jericho of Fozzy (Atlanta)

Ahead of their support tour with Steel Panther in early December, Chris Jericho, the famed wrestling icon and lead singer of American rock band Fozzy, had a chat with the AU to discuss the upcoming shows and his own take on the letters 'S.T.D'...

Tour Updates: Joey Cape and Brian Wahlstorm, Ne Obliviscaris and more!

In this issue: Joey Cape & Brian Wahlstorm support acts announced, Ne Obliviscaris hitting the road with Between The Buried And Me/The Contortionist this November, Dream On Dreamer add local supports for upcoming national tour, Neutral Milk Hotel + M. Ward + Superchunk announce second Melbourne show, Major Leagues to support Jeremy Neale, Endless heights head out with Daylight, Michael Bublé announces fourth Melbourne shows, Fozzy join Steel Panther & Buckcherry S.T.D. Tour this December, John Steel Singer announce supports for ‘Everything’s A Thread’ Tour, Saskwatch announce supports for ‘Hands’ East Coast Tour and The Sinking Teeth announce new dates with Bodyjar.

Steel Panther coming to Australia on the "Spreading The Disease (S.T.D) Tour", supported by Buckcherry and Fozzy!

Returning after first infecting Australian crowds with their party hard, no fucks given attitude, Steel Panther are bringing their 'Spreading The Disease (S.T.D)' tour Down Under in November and December!

Live Review: Buckcherry + Richie Ramone + The Art - The Standard (19.04.13)

In a one off Stone Music Festival sideshow, Buckcherry, Richie Ramone and The Art hit the stage at The Standard this Friday night to remind Sydney crowds that rock never has and if these guys have anything to do with it, never will die.

Photo Gallery: Stone Music Festival Day 1 - ANZ Stadium (20.04.13)

The inaugural Stone Music Festival was held over the weekend at Sydney's ANZ Stadium. Featuring acts such as Baby Animals, Richie Ramone, Buckcherry, Noiseworks, Atlantis Awaits, The Living End, Kings Of Chaos, Jimmy Barnes, Aerosmith (pictured above) and Van Halen. Photos by Johnny Au

Live Review: Stone Music Festival: Day One - ANZ Stadium (20.04.13)

The first day of Stone Music Festival was such a mixed bag, that's it hard to even now where to start the review. It didn't feel like it all happened in one day, and it never flowed like a music festival. There was only one main stage that was often left bare for 30-50 minutes while the next band set up, and the independent music stage was in the middle of nowhere and left with no crowd at all. But alas, this is about the music, so let's begin...

the AU interview: Buckcherry (Los Angeles)

Larry Heath talks to LA five piece Buckcherry during their first visit to Australia with the current lineup, on sharing the stage with Aerosmith and Van Halen at the Stone Music Festival, playing a couple of sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne with Richie Ramone and The Art, their new album Confessions, touring with Kid Rock and much more!

Stone Parade added to the bill of Stone Music Festival

The lineup for Australia’s first Stone Music Festival just keeps getting bigger! The festival’s local offerings recently got another boost with 2012 musicOz Award winners Stone Parade joining the festival line up: With Van Halen, Buckcherry, Kings of Chaos and Billy Joel to name a few.

Tickets for the two day festival at Sydney’s ANZ stadium (April 20 and 21) are available now from $129 a day.

The inaugural Stone Music Festival hitting Sydney in April!

The upcoming Stone Music Festival is set to be an epic two-day musical celebration to hit Sydney's ANZ Stadium this April. Headliners in Billy Joel and Van Halen have been confirmed and with the following line up set to rock the stage, music fans in Austraia are going to be guaranteed one hell of a festival.

Saturday, April 20

Van Halen
Kings of Chaos
Richie Ramone
...more international and Australian acts to be announced!

Sunday, April 21