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THE LIVING END

Cold Chisel announce brand new album and extra shows with special guest Grinspoon

It’s a huge day for Cold Chisel fans! The iconic and legendary band have announced the title and release date of their brand new studio album, The Perfect Crime. Hitting stores on October 2nd, this release coincides with their first gig on their One Night Stand tour. Featuring songs from recording sessions across 2014 and 2015, this album will be kick-started by the single "Lost", released to radio and TV on August 28th.

The Living End confirm three exclusive shows for Canberra, Wollongong and Sydney!

The Living End would have to be one of the country's hardest touring bands, right? I can't count how many times I've seen them perform or have at least been at an event they've been at, over the years. Today, the trio announced that they'll be on the road in October and November for three exclusive shows only because, why? Well, they want to, that's why. Fair enough, too.

A Day On the Green set to present Jimmy Barnes' 30th Anniversary Tour with The Living End

Celebrating his 30th year as a solo touring artist, Jimmy Barnes will be hitting up wineries in NSW, QLD, Victoria and Tasmania for a very special A Day On the Green tour! Taking The Living End along with him, music fans will be getting a great dose of Australian rock and roll royalty with the two icons of the scene coming together for some unforgettable live performances.

Photo Gallery: Soundwave Festival - Bonython Park, Adelaide (01.03.14)

The Soundwave juggernaut descended upon Adelaide over the weekend. With seven stages and over eighty acts, there was so much music to take in. Our photographer John Goodridge was there and delivers this taste of what what was on offer.

Video Feature: The bands of Soundwave Festival 2014 sum up the festival in one word!

We ask the bands of Soundwave Festival 2014 if they can sum up the festival in one word. Here's what they had to say. This video features, in order in part one: Mastodon, John 5 from Rob Zombie, DARKC3LL, GWAR, Chris from Five Finger Death Punch, Dir En Grey, AFI, Mutemath, Deez Nuts, Filter, Mutemath (Again) and Boots Electric from Eagles of Death Metal. Part two follows...

Festival Review: Soundwave - RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane (22.02.14)

How quickly another Soundwave comes around. It doesn't seem like a month has passed since Metallica, The Offspring and Blink-182 were topping the bill in 2013, but here we are again with a new crop of bands, another fantastic line-up, and a new set of timetable clashes to ponder. First world problems aside, this year's timetable looks healthy and enticing across the board, and with the standard cancellations and what festival promoter AJ Maddah referred to as 'pissing contests' between bands in the past and a weather report mostly free of rain, it's game on at Fortitude Valley's RNA Showgrounds.

Live Backstage Interviews from Soundwave in Sydney!

Enjoy all 19 of our backstage interviews at Soundwave Festival in Sydney over the weekend, featuring GWAR, Pennywise, Filter, Mastodon, Mutemath, Deez Nuts, AFI, Walking Papers, Richie Sambora, Jimmy Eat World, Dir En Grey, Eagles of Death Metal and many, many more... The Festival continues in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth this weekend! All the details at their official website.

Triple J's Like A Version Nine Out Now!

triple J's Like A Version Nine is out now for all music fans to get amongst, with the record featuring some of the best covers of the past year. Taking well known tunes and putting a new spin on them, the compilation features the likes of Something For Kate, Jimblah, FIDLAR, Abbe May and more!

Album News Weekly: Friday, 31 May 2013

There’s an interesting mix of releases in this week’s album news. Ash Grunwald has teamed up with two-thirds of The Living End, The Almost have signed to Shock and are releases a new album, even the monks supporting the Dalai Lama are releasing an album. There’s heaps of fascinating news, have a read!

the AU interview: Ash Grunwald (Australia)

Aussie bluesmith Ash Grunwald first won the hearts of fans playing old blues standards, taking to the stage accompanied only by his acoustic guitar and a stomp box. Over the past 11 years, he’s shown his versatility by meshing his sound with hip hop, electronic and dubstep – all the while retaining at his musical core the delta blues he so loves. Now Grunwald is again reinventing himself, teaming up with Scott Owen and Andy Strachan from The Living End. He talks to Miranda Holker about their upcoming shows, a new single, and the looming environmental disaster that has finally inspired him to talk politics.

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: Chris Cheney of The Living End (Los Angeles)

2011 and 2012 was a busy time for The Living End front man, Chris Cheney. After the death of his father, relocating his young family to Los Angeles, and the extensive Restrospective tour, the trio have been added to the lineup of Sydney’s Stone Music Festival.

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.