Mild Manic’s guide to “Global Threat” – influences that helped shape their new single

  • Jessica Lee
  • March 21, 2018
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Recently, NSW coast boys turned Melbourne residents – Mild Manic – released a killer new single in “Global Threat”; 4:44 minutes of energetic pop punk that simply does not relent. With artists like Luca Brasi and CERES storming forward with such a frenetic brand of punk music, Mild Manic slide in well alongside.

The end result is furious and impassioned, most certainly exciting. We can’t wait to hear more from the guys as 2018 rolls on…but! To find out a little more about this band to watch, the guys have given us little insight into the bands they’ve been digging and in particular, the influences that helped “Global Threat” come together. We’re jumping back down the Alexisonfire rabbit hole today…

With Sam (vocals/guitar) and Chris (guitar) being brothers they’ve always listened to a lot of the same stuff and also learning guitar together with Metallica the forefront of their riffage ways. Alexisonfire and Minus the Bear came later into the teen ages dominating the home stereo.



For Jye (Drums) and Dave (Bass) previously playing in a punk/hardcore band together, Miles Away is a band who have heavily influenced them over the years. Two bands we’ve all had on high rotation over the last eight months are Luca Brasi and WAAX!





March 31st | The Waterfront Hotel, MORUYA
w/ Odd Mobb, Airwolf & more

April 13th | Bloodhound Bar, BRISBANE
w/ Worse for Weare, Deluso & Chlorine

April 14th | The Basement, NAMBOUR
w/ Big Whoops, No Intelligent Life, Brightwater

April 20th | The Wombarra Bowlo, WOLLONGONG
w/ Locals TBC

April 21st | Frankie’s Pizza, SYDNEY
w/ Stand Atlantic

April 22nd | The Cambridge Hotel, NEWCASTLE
w/ Dave

April 27th | The Penny Black, MELBOURNE
w/ Just About Done

April 28th | Music Man, BENDIGO
w/ Clove, Trash Lily & Filthy Hacks

Tickets available at the door for shows March 30th – April 20th: $10
Free entry for shows April 21st – April 28th


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