Slam Dunk Festival 2022 approaches at less than two months away, taking place over June Bank Holiday Weekend, Slam Dunk Festival has revealed stage splits for its tremendous lineup. Headliners Neck Deep, Alexisonfire, Sum 41 and Dropkick Murphys and countless more bands. See the splits below.
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Australian Metalcore leaders The Amity Affliction have announced their new album, Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave Them, due February 21st via Pure Noise Records. It will be TAA’s debut release for the label. It’s available for pre-order at the link below. The band shared their new single and video for ‘Soak Me In Bleach’. This follows their first single follows the explosive first single ‘All My Friends Are Dead’. Continue reading
The franchising of Download Festival continues after terrific forays into France and Spain with Sydney and Melbourne, Australia now shaping up to be one of the stronger festival lineups in recent memory. Six new bands have joined a killer lineup including Sum 41, Thy Art Is Murder, 12 Foot Ninja, Pennywise, Slaves (UK) and Voyager. They compliment the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Slayer, Judas Priest, Alice In Chains, Ghost, Rise Against, The Amity Affliction, Anthrax, Halestorm,Behemoth, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes, Converge, Fever 333 and many more on Saturday, 9th March in Parramatta Park, Sydney (18+) and Monday 11th March (long weekend) at Flemington Racecourse, in Melbourne. Tickets are on sale now at the links below. Continue reading
Two generations of metalcore fans will come together as The Amity Affliction and Senses Fail connect in early 2019 for “The Misery Will Find You Tour”. Direct support will come with Bad Omens and Belmont. VIP pre-sale tickets go on sale today at the links below. The Amity Affliction is touring in support of their recent album, Misery, out now via Roadrunner Records. Continue reading
Download Festival has made a major announcement for 2019 with Def Leppard, Slipknot, and Tool announced as the three headliners. This is major news as Def Leppard, the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame nominees are still a huge global touring act, while Slipknot and Tool seem poised to dominate in 2019 with new albums hopefully from each. Also announced are Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators, Whitesnake, Rob Zombie, Trivium, Amon Amarth, Carcass, Delain, Die Antwoord, with the full list below. Ticket options are on sale now at 2018 prices, until Tuesday 6th November.Continue reading
Download Festival Australia has been announced for 2019, as a two-date festival experience in Sydney and Melbourne next March. Headling the festival are Ozzy Osbourne, Slayer, Judas Priest, Alice In Chains and Ghost are among the confirmed bands. These two shows will represent Ozzy’s only shows in Australia on the “No More Tears 2” tour. More bands will be announced soon. The two-date, five-stage affair, hitting Sydney’s Parramatta Park on Saturday, March 9 and Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse on Monday, March 11 has tickets on sale now.Continue reading
The Amity Affliction just dropped their new album Misery, via Roadrunner last week. Now watch the new video for their song ‘D.I.E.’! The new video completes the trilogy of music videos, along with ‘Ivy (Doomsday)’ and ‘Feels Like I’m Dying,’ all combined to form one cohesive story, written and directed by The Amity Affliction’s vocalist Joel Birch. Continue reading
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There comes a point, it seems, for a lot of bands where they decide to go in a direction that would seem directly opposed to their core sound, or sound with which they are most associated with. Now, and this will not turn into a witch hunt or anything, but these creative directions often split fan bases and in turn lead to a lot of anger, comment, though in balance, often also acclaim. At one such crossroads are Aussie metalcore band The Amity Affliction, and their sixth album Misery (Roadrunner).Continue reading