Metalcore band, Buried In Verona has announced that their anticipated fourth album ‘Faceless’ will be hitting the digital shelves on the 7th of March.
It was only a fortnight ago that we announced Australian rapper 360 and former Silverchair front man Daniel Johns would be teaming up for the rapper’s latest single, ‘Impossible’.
Brisbane pop rock band Pigeon, has announced the release of their new EP album followed by their Australian tour.
Rick Ross is suing LMFAO for copyright infringement despite the duo no longer working together. According to reports by Rolling Stones, Ross has claimed that the duo of Redfoo and SkyBlu stole the famous lyrics “Everyday I’m shufflin” from Rick Ross’s own “Everyday I’m hustlin”.
Slipknot’s hardcore drummer, Joey Jordision has reassured fans that he has not quit the heavy metal band, but was “blindsided by the departure”. Last month, news had filtered through that the drummer had left the group citing “personal reasons” as the reason for his departure.
A fan has fallen from a lighting rig during A$AP Rocky’s New Year’s Eve performance at the Origin Festival in Perth.
Australian rapper 360 and former Silverchair front-man Daniel Johns have spilled the beans on their long-promised collaboration, Impossible. The single will be released on Friday the 17th January and will feature in 360′s upcoming third LP, Utopia.
Indie pop rockers Foster The People have quietly announced the release date of their new album ‘Supermodel’.
Youth Allowance is financial help for people between the ages of 16 to 24, whom are either studying full time, undertaking an apprenticeship or looking for full time work. The idea behind Youth Allowance is to ensure that students can have a little financial support during the years they are trying to establish their careers.
If it wasn’t for the band’s overwhelming success, Bastille would have finished its second album, according to front-man Dan Smith. The band’s success, since debuting with its first album ‘Bad Blood’ and its mega-hit, ‘Pompeii’ in March 2013, has seen the group touring across the globe, leaving little time to complete its next album.
Justin Bieber’s allegations that he might quit the bizz might be some of the best news in the music world, but it doesn’t come out of the blue like many though it did. The decision looks to have followed reports that singer’s new album and tickets to his concerts have plummeted, and he has lost his allure to potential fans.
While touring Australia during the New Year’s period with performances at the Shore Thing and Beachlife Festivals, Skrillex has hinted that the dubstep master could be teaming up with Aussie young gun Flume.