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Fronted by Brad Smith (previously of Heroes For Hire), Cambridge are a five piece melodic pop-punk/pop-rock band from Sydney, Australia. Amongst the five of them (Brad Smith - Vocals, Dave Smith - Vocals/Bass, Josh Smith - Guitar, Scott Rooney - Guitar and Scott Young - Drums) they have over 7 years of touring experience and have just released ‘Catalina Wine Mixer’ and are hoping to have a full length album released in Spring.
To listen and download the track click on the BandPage tab here!
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New single from A World Defined is a corker of a track, the kind that you’re going to nod along to as if you have known it all your life. This will be the first single from their up and coming release, due for completion mid-summer. The Void features melodic guitar parts and has a very Flood of Red feel about it. The Void gradually builds, preparing you for a colossal finish, during this 3 minute and 40 second journey you hear a remarkably versatile vocal range from singer Liam Reeves. The radio-cut intro may be borderline cliché, often over/misused by many bands, but A World Defined have made it work well; and intriguing and attention grabbing intro.
The Void is a signal of good things to come from A World Defined. (7/10)
You can download the song (legally!) for free HERE
Written by Callum Jack Cornwell
SPHERES are a metal band who have come out of the depths of the Sydney ocean and released a smashing debut EP called ‘Migrate’. We have the pleasure to introduce these lads to you in hopes of getting them further into the music stratosphere of today’s local metal scene.
If you dig yourself some brutal ambient music, like Volumes and Misery Signals, or just some good old fashioned mosh worthy music like Legend, then you need to click here and listen to ‘Migrate’ right now and read this interview that we have with vocalist, Jak Fraser, and guitarist, Ryan Godfrey to figure out how Spheres is like spaghetti bolognese.
Noise Violation: Your debut EP Migrate sounds incredibly mature and very well thought out for a young band like you guys. When recording what did you want to come through the EP to show what Spheres is all about?
Jak Fraser: I can’t speak on behalf of the other band members but I believe that Spheres is all about a creative influx where each individual band member is considered creatively. I personally want listeners to see my love for writing, honesty and passion through music and I believe that Migrate shows everyone’s individual talents and inputs.
Ryan Godfrey: The whole process of the EP was pretty long. We wanted something that we could be proud of and not hate within a year or so. Most of the tracks were written in early 2012 and from there we continued to refine them. I want the EP to show that as a band we are something to pay attention to, I wanted people to know we are serious about what we are doing.
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Featuring ex members of Without Conviction, Make Them Suffer and Resistance and having been around for only a handful of months, Perth’s Iconoclast are already starting to make a big impact on the scene around them with their progressive and heavy deathcore with a message of revolution as shown on their new EP and first release: Autonomist.
The first thing you hear from these guys is the track “Iniquity”. Starting with an eerie intro, followed by some heavy riffing, and with a strong message regarding religion. This song is a great taste of what’s to come.
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Stories are just a couple of normal blokes from Sydney’s North beaches who are absolutely killing the Metalcore/Deathcore scene of Australia. They have played with huge acts such as Veil of Maya, I The Breather and Northlane, just to name a few. They have released their debut EP ‘Void’ which was released on the 12th of March 2013 and it is for free download here.
The whole EP is certainly a standout compared to other releases this year because of the heaviness and instant feeling of “holy sh*t this is amazing how have I not heard of this band before” well that was my first reaction of hearing Stories’ release.
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UK Melodic Hardcore band ELEPHANTIS just released a new music video for “Believe In Me” and has gained loads of praise from bands all around the UK.
Click play and chuck a listen of some beautiful music!
For fans of: Heart In Hand, Counterparts, Misery Signals
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