soundworks touring

Soundworks are selling leftover merch reeeeeally cheaply

One of Australia's foremost tour promoters is selling left-over merchandise from recent tours, way cheap. If you missed out, or didn't have the cash at the time, you need to read this.

 

Lamb of God, DevilDriver, Shadows Fall and High on Fire @ Festival Hall (Melbourne) 15 Dec 09

Festy Hall once again hosted a mini-American festival Down Under, brimming with hot, sticky and hungry-for-metal maniacs. Oh, and let's not forget Metal Santa...

Built some time in the 70s, Festival Hall has played host to countless metal acts over the years, leaving it a little worse for wear - cream colored ceilings, ancient creaky seats and wooden floors

Arch Enemy & Suffocation @ Fowler's Live (Adelaide), 3 Nov 2009

Fellow contributor Goatlady, exclaimed, in her review of the Perth show, 'we're not worthy' in regards to this much great metal at once. Fuck, how right she was. Where do I begin?

Adelaide is notorious for scoring major shows during the week, and the Suffocation/Arch Enemy show was no exception.

Arch Enemy & Suffocation – Capitol (Perth), 1/11/2009

The Arch Enemy-Suffocation Australian tour kicks off in Perth. This much great metal? We’re not worthy.

Perth on a Sunday night: should I be surprised that both car parks close to Club Capitol were inexplicably closed?

Blood Oath: live by it, die by it. Suffocation talks to Metal as Fuck.

Suffocation's drummer Mike Smith talks to Metal as Fuck about Blood Oath, being twenty years into their career, how the industry needs to change, and, of course, their current Aussie tour with Arch Enemy

 

Time waits for no woman: Metal as Fuck talks to Angela Gossow

Angela Gossow talks about The Root of All Evil and Arch Enemy's forthcoming Australian tour. But she also talks about the big questions of equality and gender, why people who fantasise about Medieval times amuse her, and why she likes living in the times she does.

Arch Enemy's latest album, The Root of All Evil, is not a new album per se: it was put together out of the band's favourite tracks, but reinvigorated with the band's curre

Decapitated, Psycroptic, Origin & Misery Index : Massive Australian Tour 2010

Decapitated are back! Bands like Decapitated don't come along very often, having created a vicious, precise and innovative form of death metal since their inception in 1996. Soundworks Touring are extremely pleased to announce their first shows back, in Australia and New Zealand, to deliver to us all their distinctive brand of technically flawless death metal.

 

 

 

The Amenta announce farewell Australian shows before US Tour.

These shows will be the first Australian east coast performance by the recently announced new lineup, with the addition of Cain Cressall on vocals and Dan Quinlan on bass.