Tagged: Australia

Brisbane based alternative musician Andrew Jay has released one of the most thought provoking songs of this year in the form of Broken Man.

Andrew recently sat down and spoke to Subculture’s Dave Griffiths about the tragic circumstances that inspired the song and what his plans are in future to bring out more music.

You can take a listen to the full interview right here:

Melbourne alternative rock musician COLD*WORDS has just floored everybody with his new single titled ‘Kill Me, Please.’

Once a member of Left For Wolves COLD*WORDS has been busy recently writing tracks that tackle complex and deep issues such as alienation, depression and anxiety. Recently COLD*WORDS sat down for a chat with Subculture’s Dave Griffiths and he not only spoke about the deep meanings of his songs but also about his move away from metal to alternative rock.

Take a listen to the full interview here:

Due to health and safety concerns for fans and crew, FROM CRISIS TO COLLAPSE’S East Coast Australian Tour has been rescheduled.

Byron Bay’s Extreme Metal Rising Sensations From Crisis To Collapse are set to embark upon their first headline tour since before the pandemic halted the live music industry. Taking their signature infusion of heavy metal, thrash, and metalcore NATIONALLY in support of their new single ‘Needlepoint’, the band is hungrier than ever to hit the road and connect with fans in the flesh. Featuring performances at NEW DEAD FESTIVAL in Adelaide and HALLOWEEN HYSTERIA in Brisbane, From Crisis To Collapse will be delivering their high energy audible manifesto across Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia. With an as yet undisclosed release date for ‘Needlepoint’ and the accompanying videographic montage of mayhem, From Crisis To Collapse speak on the new single: “Needlepoint is some of our best work yet – keep your eyes on us because we will detonate its release in the coming weeks“.

Coming off a successful release of their debut full-length record ‘The Seventh Tree’ which saw the band share stages with Legendries such as Sepultura, Soilwork, Superheist, COG, In Hearts Wake, 36 Crazyfists, performing at festivals such as Falls Festival, Dead Of Winter, and garnering global coverage and airplay, thus solidifying their mark in the Heavy Music Realm. With members hailing from the streets of Spain, Italy, Sydney, Brisbane, and Byron Bay, From Crisis To Collapse blend a wide range of influences, experiences and views that are funneled into a blast furnace to create Pure, Relentless, Raw, and Visceral Heavy Metal with Conviction! Grab your tickets NOW for this one of a kind auditory adventure!

April-May 2022
Saturday 2 April – Halloween Hysteria, Brisbane
Friday 15 April – Crowbar, Sydney
Saturday 16 April – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
Sunday 17 April – The Basement, Canberra
Thursday 21 April – The Northern, Byron Bay
Saturday 23 April – New Dead Festival, Adelaide
Friday 6 May – Mo’s Desert Clubhouse, Gold Coast

Tickets via www.destroyalllines.com

Western Australian metal outfit Kimura are chomping at the bit at the thought of being able to head back out onto the road again. The band have just dropped their brand new album, Circle The Prey, which is being described as their heaviest to date and they just want to get back on the road to perform the tracks live.

Take a listen as Kimura’s Josh Kelly chats to Subculture’s Dave Griffiths explains that Circle The Prey is also the band’s most personal album to date. You can listen to the full interview below.

Since forming back in High School in 2018 Brisbane’s very own WITH BLUE have been making a name for themselves within the city’s music scene and now they have branched out even further with the release of their Pleasure Lies EP.

Recently Subculture’s Dave Griffiths sat down and had a chat with Jarryd Pollock from the band to find out more about the indie rockers themselves and how the EP came together.

You can listen to the full interview right here:

As Australia begins to open back up Perth’s Nautical Mile are eager to get things rolling again. While the country has been lockdown they have signed a deal with a US record label and have released an EP that many are saying is there best yet.

Now as the band prepares to do some local shows and then head out into the wild that is the rest of Australia Dan Ray from the band recently sat down and had a chat with Subculture’s Dave Griffiths about how the Embers EP has come together.

You can take a listen to the full interview here:

Take one listen to Melbourne artist LALCHAND’S brand new The View From Here EP and the first thing that hits you is not only his own talent but also the skills of the amazing people he managed to bring together to work on it.

Of course by now you have probably heard his brand new single – What I Once Knew – which features the amazing vocals of Eric Emery from Skyharbor but that is just the start of the guest-list. Recently Subculture’s Dave Griffiths caught up with Lalchand to chat about the EP and what is was like to work with such talented musos from right around the globe.

Take a listen to the interview right here:

Adelaide post-hardcore group EMECIA have just dropped a single that no radio presenter wants to try and announce on air – Jouska. When Subculture’s Dave Griffiths caught up with the band’s vocalist Scott Middin he laughed at how people have tried to pronounce the title. “I think most people struggle with our band name as well to be honest,” he says with a laugh.

Difficult names aside though Jouska is one of the best tracks the band have released to date and they were only too happy to sit down and chat to HEAVY about the release.

Take a listen to the interview right here:

The rise of Aussie metalcore outfit Patient Sixty-Seven over the past 12 months has been nothing short of amazing. Hailing from Perth the band’s mantra of delivering heavy music with meaning has really paid off over the past few years with the band amassing 2 million streams in just the last year alone.

Now the band return with a brand new single called Damage Plan and vocalist Tom Kiely couldn’t wait to sit down and tell Subculture’s Dave Griffiths all about it. You can take a listen to the full interview right here.

Rock musician Aspy Jones has overcome a lot in his life. Aspy has Autism and high level anxiety and he uses that to fuel the music that now sees him labelled one of the most important up and coming musicians on the Sunshine Coast in Australia.

Aspy wishes to use his own struggles and perseverance to help inspire others who suffer from Autism and other forms of mental health issues, and that clearly shows in his music. Recently Subculture’s Dave Griffiths sat down with Aspy to chat about his brand new single Fast Lane.

Take a listen to the full interview right here: