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KILLER BE KILLED

Festival Review: Soundwave Festival Sydney (Day 2) - Sydney Olympic Park (01.03.15)

Day 2 of Soundwave brought in more Sydney goers compared to Saturday’s festivities. With the lineup being catered to mainly pop punk fans as well as the metalheads too, it was riveting to see what the second day had in store. I liked the idea of spending my weekend at Soundwave; it was like taking a holiday by seeing your favourite bands live.

Photo Gallery: Soundwave Festival [Day 2 Part 1] - Sydney Olympic Park (01.03.15)

The first part of our photo gallery of Soundwave Festival Day 2 in Sydney featured artists such as Killer Be Killed, Tonight Alive, The Vandals, All Time Low, Papa Roach, Exodus and Marilyn Manson (pictured above). Photos by Johnny Au.

Photo Gallery and Live Review: Soundwave Festival (Day 1) - RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane (28.02.15)

Soundwave, the undeniable king of summer festivals, has stepped it up a notch this year with the expansion of two days and a vertible slay of headliners including Slipknot, Faith No More, Slash, The Smashing Pumpkins, and the finest undercard for quite a few years.

Photo Gallery and Live Review: Killer Be Killed - Soundwave Festival, Brisbane (28.02.15)

Despite being a massive fan of the sum of the parts in Killer Be Killed (aka The Dillinger Escape Plan's Greg Puciato, Soulfly's Max Cavalera, Mastodon's Troy Sanders and The Mars Volta's Dave Elitch) it was one of those things that kind of passed me by - thinking that it would be the standard side project-slash-supergroup that always tends to be more of a ego-boost than anything really resulting in anything worth listening to.

Festival Photos: Soundwave Festival Adelaide (Day Two) - Bonython Park (22.02.15)

The second massive day of the Soundwave Festival hit Adelaide with another scorcher. Slipknot and Marilyn Manson headlined the main stage, but there was plenty more from The Smashing Pumpkins, Judas Priest, smoking hot band The Butcher Babies plus Japanese hardcore bands Coldrain and Crossfaith. John Goodridge was front and centre to bring you this collection of photos.

Lamb of God and Killer Be Killed announce Soundwave headline shows for Melbourne & Sydney!

More Soundwave goodness! Lamb of God and Killer Be Killed have been confirmed to be teaming up for two exclusive sidewaves in Melbourne and Sydney this February! With special guests still to be announced, the metal bands are sure to draw out the masses at both 170 Russell and The Metro - you won't want to be missing these ones if some brutally loud, thrashing music is your bag.

Soundwave Festival 2015 adds 15 bands in second lineup announcement

It's been a big wait for the lineup for next year's Soundwave Festival to be augmented with a second lineup, but we need not wait any longer. Today, the festival's promoters have unveiled both the second lineup of 15 bands, and plans for a third lineup announcement "before christmas".