The Round-up – Friday January 20th, 2017
Today we have new album news from Cory Branan, We Set Sail play their first Melbourne shows, another new live track from Sleater-Kinney, first single, and new album details from Sorority Noise, a lyric video from Six Feet Under, Kye Smith plays NBA half-time at Madison Square Garden, and Irish black metal band Primordial announce two Australian shows.
(20) Mat McHugh @ Brass Monkey, Cronulla
(20) Ruins + King + Dead River Runs Dry @ Newtown Social Club, Newtown
(20) Lazertits @ Vic On The Park, Marrickville
(20) Married Man + Shit Narnia + Shaky Handz @ Petersham Bowling Club, Petersham
(20) Clowns + Kill Dirty Youth + Hoon + Legal Aliens @ Dicey Riley’s, Wollongong
(20) Paul Dempsey + Jess Locke @ Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
(20) Airbourne @ Trak, Melbourne
(20) Dinosaur Jr. @ The Croxton, Melbourne
(20) Stick To Your Guns + Knocked Loose + Relentless + Reactions @ Corner Hotel, Richmond
(20) Jimmy Eat World @ Australian Open Live Stage, Melbourne [AA]
(20) Drunk Mums + The Pinheads @ Howler, Melbourne
(20) Rachel Maria Cox @ Edinburgh Gardens, Melbourne [AA]
(20) Refused + Storm The Sky + Corpus + Sick Of It All + High Tension @ The Tivoli, Brisbane
(20) The Ascended @ The Backroom, Brisbane
(20) The Amity Affliction + Hellions + Ocean Grove @ Civic Centre, Gympie [AA]
(20) Skegss @ Flinders Social, Townsville
(20) Bleach It Clean + Sally Chicane + Organic Mechanic + Telephones For Eyes @ The Basement, Canberra
(20) The Front Bottoms + The Hard Aches + Alex The Kid @ Amplifier, Perth
(20) Puscifier @ MONA FOMA, Hobart
20th – AFI – AFI (The Blood Album) [CD] [iTunes]
20th – FRANK CARTER AND THE RATTLESNAKES – Modern Ruin [CD & Vinyl] [iTunes]
20th – CAMP COPE / CAYETANA – Split 7″ [iTunes] [Vinyl]
20th – AS IT IS – Okay [CD] [iTunes]
20th – AARON KEYLOCK – Cut Against The Grain [CD & Vinyl] [iTunes]
20th – AVERSIONS CROWN – Xenocide [CD] [iTunes]
20th – ANTI-FLAG – Live Vol.1 [Bandcamp]
20th – LIGHTS & MOTION – Dear Avalanche [Bandcamp]
20th – STARSET – Vessels [CD] [iTunes]
20th – FIREWIND – Immortals [CD & Vinyl] [iTunes]
20th – DISPERSE – Foreword [iTunes]
20th – EMPTINESS – Not For Music [iTunes]
20th – WHEN WE TEAM UP – The Wandering [Bandcamp]
20th – VIPASSI – Sunyata [CD & Vinyl] [iTunes]
20th – SAM SKINNER – Danny Through Junior [Bandcamp]
20th – STRAY WEATHER – Tragedy [iTunes]
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The 14-song, self-produced album was recorded in Oxford, MS at Tweed Studios with Robbie Crowell (formerly of Deer Tick) and James Haggerty, and includes guest spots from Amanda Shires, Dave Hause, and Laura Jane Grace.
Listen to new song ‘Imogene‘ below. Pre-orders are available on iTunes [Here] and on CD / Vinyl [Here].
Tonight, you can catch them at Wrangler Studios on an all ages show with The Football Club, Error Margins and Rat Catcher. A tenner gets you in.
On Saturday night they play The Reverence Hotel with Have/Hold and Crusch.
We Set Sail released their second full-length in September last year. Give it a listen below.
You can hear the live version of ‘The Woods‘ standout ‘What’s Mine Is Yours‘ now. Recorded at the historic La Cigale theatre in the heart of Paris, the album showcases the energy and explosiveness that has long been a trademark three of rock’n’roll’s foremost riot grrrls.
Listen below. Pre-orders for ‘Live In Paris‘ are available on iTunes [Here].
‘You’re Not As _____ As You Think‘ is set to be released on March 17th via Triple Crown Records / Cooking Vinyl Australia.
Singer/guitarist Cam Boucher explains the story behind the first single ‘No Halo‘;
“This song is about having a friend pass away and still keeping them fondly in your mind to the point where you show up to their house forgetting that they’re no longer there. It’s about struggling to keep up with the people you love when you’re away and how to be/how it feels to not be there for them when they need you most.“
Pre-order ‘You’re Not As _____ As You Think‘ on iTunes [Here] and on Vinyl [Here]. Listen to the first single below.
‘Torment‘ was brought to life by Chris Barnes with bassist/guitarist Jeff Hughell shouldering the load of writing the music, along with heralded drummer Marco Pitruzzella.
Barnes comments; “I’ve been lucky to have a lot of standout albums in my career. That’s only because I’ve had a great many talented writing partners and musicians to collaborate with. Our new album, ‘Torment’, to me, is one of those albums. Jeff Hughell has provided the flammable material for me to write some explosive lyrics and vocal parts to. I know people always say, ‘this is my best album ever’, and I won’t say that, because everyone has their own favorites, but I do enjoy creating new music, and I feel as though with this one we expressed concisely and to the fullest the duality of our music.”
Watch the lyric video for ‘Sacrificial Kill‘ below. You can pre-order the album on iTunes [Here], or physically [Here].
With roots stretching back nearly 30 years, Primordial were the first black metal band to come from Ireland.
“Well it’s taken over two decades but we are proud to announce some shows in Australia. Even if we can confirm kinship with so many people down the years, toured with so many Australian bands, shared drinks and good times, it’s always been in Europe, seperated by geography and economics. So here we are… and we have some old comrades in Vomitor and Nocturnal Graves as support. Bring it on!“
With guests VOMITOR and NOCTURNAL GRAVES
7th – Max Watt’s, Melbourne [18+]
8th – Bald Faced Stag, Sydney [18+]
—> Tickets available now.
—> For more information, visit [Here].
He performed his popular Beatles drum chronology live during the break. You can check out some raw footage below. Keep an eye out for more footage online in the coming days. Keep an eye on his page [Here].
You can see all his chronology videos on YouTube [Here].
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