Featuring shots of Steel Panther, HELLYEAH, Shadows Fall, Coal Chamber, In This moment, Kittie, Limp Bizkit, Marilyn Manson, Slipknot and System of a Down. Photos by SilentDez
Live photos from Rock Tha Coast, Sea Shepherd fund raiser, in Surfers Paradise of Forever The Optimist, Averice and Trust and Fall. Photos by SilentDez
With special guest Shotgun Halo and Devilskin in tow, Segression's "Shotgun and Skin" QLD tour rolled into town at the Surfers Paradise Beer Garden. Arguably one of the most important figures in Australian music history, Segression are now back, and once again at the forefront of the Australian Metal Scene armed with a killer new album, "NEVER DEAD". Local support on the night came in the form of Gold Coast metalers Azreal. Photos by SilentDez
One of Europe’s finest, Industrial groove masters SYBREED came down under in March 2012 for their first ever-exclusive Australian Tour. Performing around the nation they were joined by one of Australia’s finest blackened death metal machines ANNO DOMINI. Local support at Miami came from local legends LYNCHMADA and SHIFTING THE PARADIGM. Photos by SilentDez
Kicking off their almost completely sold out 180° Tour at the Cooly Hotel, Brisbane's own Ball Park Music kicked out an energetic set that left crowd hollering for more. Playing all the hits off their debut album 'Happiness and Surrounding Suburbs', alongside a few new tracks, the six-piece played spot on – musically tight and absolutely entertaining. Hits ‘Sad Rude Future Dude’, ‘Literally Baby’, “iFLY’ and ‘It’s nice to be alive’ along with a sneak preview of their 'Triple J - Like A Version' cover of 'Do You Realise' (by The Flaming Lips), all got the capacity crowd singing along, and dancing their little hearts out. Photos by SilentDez
Industrial powerhouse DarkC3LL launched their long awaited debut album, REBOOT:REPEAT at the Miami Tavern, in an explosive show showcasing the intensity & excitement that this band is fast becoming known for. Joining this event were "very special guests"(and brothers of chaos), MELODY BLACK (ex Jerk/Ink), who return to QLD to show off their debut album. Local support came in the form of the sexy sounds of GIMPUS. Photos by SilentDez
Our Last Enemy are quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with within the Australian heavy music scene thanks to their unique blend of industrial metal and intense live stage show. This tour was supporting the release of the new EP 'Wolves of Perigord' which is the follow up to the number1 metal charting debut album 'Fallen Empires'. It promises to be darker and heavier than any previous releases. This stop at the Surfers Paradise Beer Garden featured support from Shifting the Paradigm, Acacia and 4 Dead in 5 Seconds.
Driving a Rock'N'Roll projectile off the stage and straight into the audience, these French gutter rockers piled on the energyat the Miami tavern stop of their 'Nasty Frogs Tour'. Local support cam in the from of Forever the Optimist, Galactic Acid and Kill the Apprentice. Photos by SilentDez