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UPON A BURNING BODY

Album News Weekly : 14 July 2014

In This Issue: Honestly - it doesn't rain, it pours. This week is HUGE SERIOUSLY HUGE. In here there's The Strypes, Beck, Counting Crows, Vance Joy, Sticky Fingers....an absolute heap of outrageous talent that is releasing new stuff in the coming months. 2014 is definitely looking up.

Photo Gallery: Soundwave Festival Part 1 - Flemington Racecourse (28.02.14)

Our photographer Serena Ho brings you the first part of her Melbourne Soundwave festival photo gallery from Flemington Racecourse yesterday.

Soundwave releases second artist announcement!

Soundwave released their new batch of artists who are going to be joining the likes Green Day and Avenged Sevenfold on the 2014 festival tour! There are return appearances for a lot of these artists, while some are making the trip over for their first shot at one of the country's biggest festival runs. Check out the line up below!

Photo Gallery: Born of Osiris + Upon a Burning Body + Boris the Blade and more... - The Hi-Fi, Melbourne (23.05.13)

Born of Osiris made the trip down under to Melbourne with Upon A Burning Corpse for a night of screaming deathcore, which wasn't complete without the wall of death and American dollar bills being strewn into the crowd. Supported by Boris the Blade, Feed Her to the Sharks, and A Breach of Silence. Photos by Serena Ho.

Photo Gallery: Born Of Osiris + Upon A Burning Body + Feed Her To The Sharks + more - The Hi-Fi (18.05.13)

Born Of Osiris played the Hi-Fi on Saturday night with support from Upon A Burning Body, Feed Her To The Sharks, A Breach Of Silence, Stories and Polaris. Gwendolyn Lee was there and brings us these photos from the pit.

Live Review: Born of Osiris + Stories Upon a Burning Body + A Breach of Silence + Feed Her To The Sharks + Stories - Hi-Fi, Sydney (18.05.13)

Tonight's show at Sydney's Hi-Fi in Moore Park attracted a motley crew of metal heads ranging from the more traditional long-haired, black-clad fan to the latest in trend-conscious, stretched ear lobe wearing guys. Such is the appeal of Born of Osiris; a band with a decade-long history of blending numerous heavy genres to form a cohesive and brutal style of technical death metal.