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KARNIVOOL

Photo Gallery: Karnivool + Cairo Knife Fight - Corner Hotel, Melbourne (13.05.15)

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of their brilliant record Themata, Karnivool have been ensuring that these headline shows are ones to remember. Kenny and the boys wrapped a three-night stint in Melbourne this week, killing it at The Corner Hotel each time. Rebecca Houlden brings us these shots of the second show alongside Cairo Knife Fight.

Karnivool Take The Themata Decade Tour Around Australia!

Prog rock Perth natives Karnivool are kicking off The Themata Decade Tour this April, hitting as many places as possible in under a month, hot on the heels of their sold out European tour to celebrate the ten year anniversary of their first album Themata.

Photo Gallery: Groovin The Moo (Part 2) - Prince of Wales Showground (03.05.14)

Serena Ho heads to the Prince of Wales Showground in Bendigo, Victoria to bring you these photos from Groovin' The Moo. In part two check out pics from Architecture in Helsinki, Dizzee Rascal, Karnivool, Parkway Drive, The Jezabels, The Naked and Famous, The Presets, Violent Soho, Wave Racer and more!

Photo Gallery: Groovin The Moo Part 2 - Maitland Showgrounds (26.04.14)

The final part of our two part photo coverage of Groovin The Moo festival at Maitland Showgrounds includes artists such as Disclosure, Dizzee Rascal, Holy Fuck, Karnivool (pictured above), Peking Duk, The Jezabels, The Kite String Tangle, The Naked And Famous, The Presets, Wave Racer and What So Not. Photos by Johnny Au.

the AU interview: Drew Goddard of Karnivool (Perth) talks Groovin' The Moo Festival

As they get set to play as one of the headlining acts at Groovin' The Moo - which kicks off in SA this Friday - Larry Heath got the chance to talk to Drew Goddard from Karnivool about the tour, what's happening for the band internationally, the latest record, their ARIA win and much more!

The Presets, Disclosure, Dizzee Rascal and more to feature on the 2014 Groovin' The Moo festival!

Groovin' The Moo, Australia's premiere regional festival tour has smashed it out of the ballpark once again, with the reveal of their 2014 lineup. A huge mix of international and Australian acts will be travelling from new addition Oakbank in South Australia on April 25, around to venues in Maitland, Canberra, Bendigo, Townsville and Bunbury this year, bringing some world-class live performances to some hungry, hungry music fans.

Live Review: Karnivool + Dead Letter Circus + sleepmakeswaves - UNSW Roundhouse (18.01.14)

Karnivool at the UNSW Roundhouse

Arriving at the Roundhouse on a warm Saturday night invoked a degree of nostalgia, but true to form, the sticky carpets and general curvature of the room had persisted through the years. It was a fairly significant bill that had brought the audience together for the second of two Sydney shows on the Polymorphism tour.

Photo Gallery: Karnivool + Dead Letter Circus + sleepmakeswaves - UNSW Roundhouse, Sydney (18.01.14)

Karnivool played their 2nd show at the UNSW Roundhouse on Saturday night with support from Dead Letter Circus and Sleepmakeswaves. Photos by Gwendolyn Lee.

Top 40 Albums of 2013: Part Two - 30 to 21

It's day two of our best of 2013 coverage and we're jumping right back into our favourite albums of 2013. Yesterday we delivered 40 to 31 and so today let's hit into the top 30, kicking off with one of our favourite up-and-coming Australian groups, The Trouble with Templeton.

Karnivool and Dead Letter Circus announce the 'Polymorphism Tour'.

Following their number one album Asymmetry released earlier this year, Karnivool have just announced their “Polymorphism” tour. The tour will see the band team up with their old friends Dead Letter Circus.

Channel [V] announces the nominees for the 2013 [V] Oz Artist Award!

Channel [V] has announced its list of nominees for the revered [V] Oz Artist Award! 50 nominees representative of the cream of the Australian music crop have been chosen for the award, which is now in its 17th year. The list of artists celebrates the wide and diverse nature of the Australian music industry at the minute and is indicative of just how fruitful 2013 has been for our well-established, as well as our up and comers. Announced on The Riff, the nominees for the Oz Artist Award are listed below.

Live Review: Karnivool - Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane (07.08.13)

Following from the release of Asymmetry, Karnivool have embarkws on a massive international tour and on Wednesday they made it to Brisbane’s Eatons Hill Hotel supported by Northlane.

Photo Gallery: Karnivool + Northlane - Town Hall, Melbourne (02.08.13)

A fantastic night out at the town hall with Northlane and Karnivool. Julian Fernandes was there with his camera.

the AU interview: Mark Hosking of Karnivool (Perth)

With Asymmetry nearing ever closer to its highly anticipated release on July 19, Karnivool are preparing to head out on an equally pined for Australian tour. To whet the tastebuds of hungry Karnivool fans some more in the lead up, Hoss chats with me about the making of the album, international fan bases and more.

Album Review: Karnivool - Asymmetry (2013 LP)

A moody, mysterious vibe is conjured with sparse percussion and cold, soothing guitar structuring the atmospheric, almost ethereal tones of Ian Kenny’s voice which swirl throughout out. This is “Aum”, the 2:22 opening track on Asymmetry, the highly-anticipated third album from Karnivool.