Antennas to Heaven: Advertising
Posted 3 hours ago

Hailing from the Big Apple, Advertising are a band of unbridled energy, producing kaleidoscopic sounds that take you through jilted math rock grooves to sombre post-punk and experimental rock in…

Antennas to Heaven: Advertising
Sounds Like Hell: The Wednesday Society
Posted 3 days ago

Anxiety and Neurotic Disorders is an exercise in the art of the album, where the whole is much greater than the sum of its songs. From the opening moments of…

Sounds Like Hell: The Wednesday Society
Anger Management: Trap Them
Posted 5 days ago

Hailing from Seattle, WA, Trap Them’s fourth album (spectacularly-titled ‘Blissfucker’) blends sludge, grind and hardcore throughout an array of songs that are guaranteed to get your blood pumping. ‘Salted Crypts’…

Anger Management: Trap Them
Craig's List: Mugwump
Posted 6 days ago

After numerous releases on extremely influential imprints such as Kompakt, R&S, Gigolo, Cocoon, Permanent Vacation, Throne of Blood, Astrolab and also Ewan Pearson’s Misericord label, revered Belgian DJ & producer…

Craig’s List: Mugwump
Antennas to Heaven: USA Out Of Vietnam
Posted 7 days ago

Far less politically overt than their name suggests, USA Out Of Vietnam’s debut, Crashing Diseases and Incurable Airplanes, rides a stream of beautiful, sludgy post-rock candy, not exactly breaking new…

Antennas to Heaven: USA Out Of Vietnam


Torche’s Perth show cancelled

We regret to inform you that the Perth show for Torche – due to be held on Friday, October 17 at the Rosemount Hotel has been cancelled.

Due to unfortunate circumstances, Torche is unable to move forward with… Read More


life is noise is proud to announce, for the first time ever in Australia: TORCHE.

No one else sounds quite like Torche…

From their blistering melodies to their bulldozer guitar riffs, the Miami four-piece are one of the most… Read More


When Sleep broke up in 1998, it looked like their magnum opus – the sprawling, hour+ long, single-track slice of epic stoner goodness that’s now known as Jerusalem or Dopesmoker – would never be heard. Now Sleep are back with their first piece of new music since 1998 with what guitarist Matt Pike describes as “the lyrical follow up to a lifetime of marijuana enjoyment” – The Clarity. Read More

Tour Rumours

We here at life is noise have got our ear to the ground, and have heard the odd rumour or two of acts that may or may not be coming to Australia. While we obviously make no guarantees, our top… Read More