Just Say Rock

Stryper @ the HiFi (Brisbane, Australia), 27th August 2010

Stryper is recognized as the first openly Christian heavy metal band to gain recognition in the mainstream music world. Their message of salvation has also made them popular with some elements of the media during the 1980s. Reformed, and touring on the strength of their recent relase "Murder by Pride", Stryper performed to a packed house at Brisbane's HiFi Bar, supported by Sydney band Devine Electric.

Black Majesty sign to JSR with supporting album launch and tour dates

It is with great excitement that Just Say Rock announces the signing of Australia’s most successful power metal band Black Majesty under a license deal from Limb Music Germany for Aust/NZ/Far East Asia.

One of Australia’s most popular heavy metal bands, Black Majesty return with their fourth album In Your Honour.

Stryper Australian Tour 2010 - change of dates

Just Say Rock Productions advises that Stryper's 25th Year Anniversary tour of Australia scheduled for early April 2010 has been moved to August 2010. The band will be making an official announcement in due course.

 

Turisas Australian Tour May 2010

In an unprecedented move, Finnish "battle metal" maniacs Turisas are lobbing Down Under for a short and sweet East Coast tour in May.
Tour Dates: 
21/05/2010 - 23/05/2010

Destroyer 666 at The Civic Hotel Backroom (Perth), 8 Jan 2010

Australia’s most evil export destroys all in their path, including around 100 lucky punters

'It’s an honour and a pleasure to be back in Perth', says frontman K.K.

Edguy, Cynic, Ensiferum @ Club Capitol (Perth), 7 Jan 2010

A mishmash of genres makes for an interesting and, to some, rather confusing, night out.

Sydney’s Screamfest on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day brought nine international and ten local bands together in a two-day festival, the likes of which had not

Sonata Arctica and Ensiferum with Vanishing Point @ Billboard (Melbourne), 5 Jan 2010

Ripping down the trendy techno club from the walls, the all Finnish (well, almost) power metal extravaganza kicked its way around Melbourne, leaving Aussie metal punters craving more.

On the weekends, Billboard the Venue turns into Billboard the horrible dance party.

Edguy, Cynic, Black Majesty @ Fowler's Live (Adelaide), 5 Jan 2010

Cynic were peaceful; Edguy was enormous amounts of fun. It was a weird-as-hell lineup, but a great show nonetheless, and a fucking brilliant start to the metal year.