Sleep return to Australia for their first full Australian tour with dates in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane in support of ‘The Clarity’, the first piece of new music from the trio in over a decade and a half. Read More
- Two Minutes With Bonnie Mercer
- Two Minutes With Bonnie MercerPosted 21 hours ago
"I've been very lucky to cross paths with many musicians that have inspired and influenced me over the years. Playing guitar with Dumb Numbers and supporting My Bloody Valentine for…
- Soundgarden - Kristi
- Soundgarden — KristiPosted 2 days ago
To coincide with their rarities collection Echoes of Miles: Scattered Across The Path, which is coming out this week, Soundgarden have put out this unreleased gem entitled 'Kristi'.
- Two Minutes With Hotel Wrecking City Tra
- Two Minutes With Hotel Wrecking City TradersPosted 3 days ago
We spend a couple of minutes with Melbourne power-duo Hotel Wrecking City Traders ahead of their support slot for Sleep on Sunday December 7 at The Corner Hotel.
- Sounds Like Hell: Atriarch
- Sounds Like Hell: AtriarchPosted 4 days ago
On An Unending Path – Atriarch’s third record and their first for the venerable Relapse Records, the Portland quartet sound as though they’re channeling the apocalypse.
- A Minute With Mt. Mountain
- A Minute With Mt. MountainPosted 6 days ago
We spend a minute with Mt. Mountain ahead of their support slot for Sleep on December 8 at The Bakery...
“This New Year’s, you’re invited to a killer party…” starring an infamous local line-up of some of life is noise’s most beloved acts, plus those chosen bands’ handpicked selections, including Tangled Thoughts of Leaving, Drowning Horse, Scalphunter, The Devil Rides Out and many more! Read More
For over a quarter of a century, Eyehategod have carried the torch for the metal culture of New Orleans, sharing stages with the likes of Pantera, Goatwhore and Crowbar while pioneering the down-tuned, sludge-laden, blues-inflected guitars and thunderous rhythms. Armed with their first new record in 14 years, Eyehategod return to Australia this January and February for headline dates in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Read More