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Parkway Drive

Parkway Drive announce first Australian headline tour in 6 years!

Australian metal titans Parkway Drive are celebrating twenty years this year, and they’re bringing the party back home with their first Aussie headline tour in over six years. Joining them will be Michigan rockers and two-time Grammy nominees I Prevail, Californian metalcore group The Ghost Inside and Melbourne’s very own Void of Vision. With seven…

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Review: Good Things Festival kicks off in Melbourne with a bang!

Good Things Festival 2023 stormed into Melbourne for its fourth edition, delivering a powerhouse lineup that set the stage on fire! With Devo, Limp Bizkit, and Fall Out Boy leading the charge, this festival was a celebration of musical greatness that promised an unforgettable day of great tunes and infectious vibes. And guess what? The…

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Live Review: Download Festival – Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (11.03.19)

With the sun pelting down as you walked in, Download Festival was off to a hot one in Melbourne. Luca Brasi helped kick things off, with a set on one of the two main stages. I Prevail were an early highlight, too, as punters piled into the Flemington Racecourse. Eric Vanlerberghe’’s vocals punched through the air and drew a…

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I Prevail to make Australian touring debut with Lifelines in March

I Prevail will be out in the country for the first time early next year with their debut album Lifelines, taking in shows out on the west and east coasts. The album has enjoyed a great response in Australia, debuting at #8 on the ARIA charts during its release week and remaining within the Top 20…

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Album News Weekly: 6th October 2016.

This week in album news, we’ve got some heavy metal releases alongside electro as the likes of Graves and I Prevail announce their album pre-orders along with Zeds Dead; Friday have announced their brand new EP, while Jamie Lidell prepares to release album number six. Get amongst it below… GRAVES Wollongong heavy metal group Graves are due to release their debut album Monster through Greyscale Records…

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