With Evanescence about to hit Australian shores again this month we caught up with guitarist Jen Marjura to chat about what fan can expect to hear on this tour.
With the band teaming up with local orchestras to perform the Synthesis album live Jen says that fans are going to have to get used to a lot more power coming off the stage. “Absolutely there is a lot more power,” she says with a laugh. “I can remember that when I was like 13 or 14 I played violin in a school orchestra and I remember that warm and mighty feeling of playing with an orchestra. And it is very beautiful, especially with Synthesis because we don’t have as many amps and we’re playing more electronic sounds with pedal boards and it is really nice to see that acoustic and warm being mixed up with the orchestral and then the electronic sounds that we do. It is something very new that we have done because the band pretty much merges into the orchestra.” It’s not like rock and orchestra… it’s like something new and it’s something really interesting.
You can listen to the rest of the interview right here.
The Dead Love sit down and have a chat with Dave G to not only talk about their forthcoming shows but also what is in store for 2018.
Singing sensation Kawehi is currently in Australia on tour and Dave G took some time to catch up with her. We chatted to Kawehi about her tour, her brand new EP and what it was like appearing in a Super Bowl commercial.
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With Mike Portnoy in Australia at the moment with Mike Portnoy’s Shattered Fortress Dave G sat down and chattered with him about what he is going to deliver with this tour.
Ahead of Miss May I’s tour to Australia to celebrate the release of their new album Shadow’s Inside. We managed to sit down and talk to both Ryan Neff and Levi Benton.
Don’t forget to grab your tickets for their first Australian tour since 2012 right here… http://www.destroyalllines.com/tour/miss-may-i/
Melbourne garage pop band Blooming Heck are about to launch their debut self-titled album on the 19th November in Melbourne. Dave G caught up with Katherine Simpson from Blooming Heck to talk about the changes from her old band The Triangles to Blooming Heck and about the hard work that has gone into this new album.
Blooming Heck album launch
Sunday 19 November
Workers Club Fitzroy
Doors at 7.30pm
$10 entry at the door
Support : The Triangles & Theme Team
Dave G caught up with Adelaide newcomers Kings Within to find out a little bit more about the band that has just brought us the killer new single Feel The Rain. Benn from the band chats to Dave about how Kings Within came into being and about their upcoming tour.
‘FEEL THE RAIN’ | TOUR DATES
December 1st – Producer’s Hotel, Adelaide, SA
Tickets available at door | All Ages
December 22nd – JIVE Nightclub, Adelaide, SA
Tickets available at door | 18+ only
January 19th – The Bendigo Hotel, Melbourne, VIC
Tickets available at door | 18+ only
Rock legends Fuel are coming to Australia to celebrate the fact that it has been twenty years since their album Sunburn was released. Dave G recently caught up with front-man Brett Scallions to talk about what it was like putting together such a classic album and what fans can expect with this tour.
The mighty Cancer Bats are returning to Australia for a tour so Dave G sat down with Liam and chatted about what Cancer Bat fans can expect from the new tour and about his love for motorcycles.
After over twenty years of being apart New York hardcore band Quicksand have got back together to release a new album, Interiors, and have announced an Australian tour. Dave G sat down with Sergio Vega and chatted about what brought Quicksand back together and how he plans on juggling commitments with both Quicksand and Deftones.