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Whitechapel on touring, writing and the 2010 Soundwave Festival

We caught up with Whitechapel's Alex Wade recently, most ostensibly to talk about their forthcoming Soundwave appearances throughout Australia in 2010. Unfortunately, the interview was quite short because the phone connection was absolute shite. Ah well; you win some, you lose some. But suffice it to say, the guys are hell excited about hitting the land down under this coming February.

 

Lamb of God, Devildriver, Shadows Fall Metro City (Perth), 18/12/2009

The All-American juggernaut rolls through Perth

As a reviewer, regardless of how unbiased you attempt to be, you always come to a live show with expectations.

Opeth @ The Palace (Melbourne), 25 Nov 2009

A resplendent night of awe-inspiring metal and music from the genre's flagship group.

Walking up to the Palace Theatre, the line extended up the street and around the corner. Melbourne looked as if it were under siege from an invasion of black-clad headbangers.

Gallery: Opeth @ The Palace (Melbourne), 25 Nov 2009

Just when you would get sucked in to the melodic and often times beautiful tranquil moments, the band kicked it up 10 gears and slashed your throat with a knife. Blistering.

Soundwave Festival (Australia) 2010

Metalheads around Australia will likely be blown away by the announcement that Anthrax is joining the Soundwave lineup.
Tour Dates: 
20/02/2010 - 01/03/2010

Lamb of God second show in Sydney

As expected, metal fans have come out in force for the massive triple bill of Lamb Of God, Devildriver and Shadows Fall. The Sydney show on Saturday 12 December has now sold out, but a second and final show will be held on Sunday 13 December.

 

 

Opeth Australian Tour - November 2009

Opeth are set to tour Australia's eastern states in November this year. Get your tix coz they won't last long.

 

Trivium, Heaven Shall Burn, Black Tide @ Club Capitol, Perth (19/5/2009)

Trivium proudly fly the flag of traditional metal in the last show of their Australian tour.

At the slated opening time of 8 pm, the line outside of Club Capitol stretched all the way down Murray Street to Fast Eddies - and even as door staff did an