New Nine Inch Nails – As Promised

Trent Reznor promised us two new major Nine Inch Nails projects in 2017, but has given us a taste of things to come with the band’s new Not The Actual Events EP available to stream and purchase right now. The EP, recorded with English maestro Atticus Ross, contains five new tracks: Branches/Bones, Dear World, She’s Gone Away (featuring Reznor’s wife Mariqueen Maandig on the chorus), The … Continue reading New Nine Inch Nails – As Promised

New Direction for Zayn Malik

It pains us to write it, but One Direction’s recently departed (uh, from the band) Zayn Malik has had some new solo material leaked online today… and it’s actually pretty good. In a previously unannounced collab with UK producer Naughty Boy, Malik has apparently been laying down some smooth indie-folk tunes completely unlike his sugar coated pop releases with 1D. The first track, called I Won’t … Continue reading New Direction for Zayn Malik

Solex vs Daze Affair – The New Phoenix Rises

Critically acclaimed North Queensland mix master Daze Affair has worked his magic on a new track, this time former Townsville hip hop emcee Solex’s track Phoenix. The track is the third collaboration from the duo available on Soundcloud, with the full-length Vibrations: The Remixes available via iTunes on March 24. Check out the latest track, and leave your comments below! Continue reading Solex vs Daze Affair – The New Phoenix Rises

New Coal Chamber Track Available Online

The reconciled Coal Chamber is on the road again in North America, having embarked on their six-week tour on Friday. Fronted by current DevilDriver vocalist Dez Fafara, with We Are The Riot’s Meegs Rascon and Mikal Cox, and Nadja Peulen back on bass, the band has excited fans with news of their upcoming release Rivals – their first album in over a decade. In celebration … Continue reading New Coal Chamber Track Available Online

New Rivals For Coal Chamber

Californian alt-metal powerhouse Coal Chamber is officially back in business with new record Rivals announced for Spring. The band still comprises of frontman Dez Fafara (now of DevilDriver), guitarist Meegs Rascon (now of We Are The Riot), skins slammer Mikal Cox (also WATR) and bassist Nadja Peulen, however this record has been 13 years in the making, after the band broke up during the aptly-named Dark Days … Continue reading New Rivals For Coal Chamber

Crowdfunding Makes Crossroads Album Pozible

North Queensland’s own rock-jazz-roots-fusion band Crossroads has jumped on the crowd-funding bandwagon in an attempt to make their debut full-length studio album ‘pozible’. The foursome has, in just a few years, amassed a loyal following across NQ, performing at festivals including Palm Creek Folk Festival, Cultural Fest and Mission Beach Evolve in support of their hastily-released three track EP. Having spent many hours in the … Continue reading Crowdfunding Makes Crossroads Album Pozible

Call Your Friends – Zebrahead Release New Album

If you’re not entirely familiar with Cali pop punk band Zebrahead’s sound, vocalist/rhythm guitarist Matty Lewis is happy to provide a description. “We’re like the guys in the movie that always play in the background,” he said. “If you took a blender and threw in… oh wow, who would you throw in there? Maybe some Green Day, Rage Against The Machine… oh boy, um… NoFX… … Continue reading Call Your Friends – Zebrahead Release New Album