Cue spooky Scooby Doo music because I’ve got a one of Ghost’s Nameless Ghouls on the phone.
Sigh is one of the most important names to have emerged during the formative years of what we now call extreme metal during the late 80’s- early 90’s.
If you like a bit of old school rock and roll infused with a juicy slice of blues then you should get quite excited about UK rockers Soley Mourning and their unique take on the gen
Intricate and mesmerising, Gorguts represents the pulsating frontal lobe of death metal thought.
With their compatriots and UK tour support act When We Were Wolves providing some lovely background music from downstairs at The Barfly, the lads from Continents give an impro
Killswitch Engage guitarist Joel Stroetzel is relaxed and ready to blow the collective minds of the Brisbane Soundwave crowd.
Lou Koller, the vocalist with Sick Of It All, is gearing up for the Brisbane Soundwave set – but he isn’t all twitchy and hyped – he’s cool, calm,
Bryan Richie provides the throbbing bass lines to The Sword’s compositions.
Periphery guitarists Jake Bowen and Mark Holcomb are currently in two minds; they’re pleased to have got the crowd going at their Brisbane