We face yet another weekend of disappointment in Australia, with Melbourne and Sydney currently in lockdown and several other states closely monitoring the situation. There’s too many gigs to itemise, but chances are if you planned on catching a live show in either state this weekend, check with the venue to make sure it’s still going ahead, but I don’t like your chances…
To help ease the pain, this week’s DigiMag brings you all the latest from the local scene, starting with our feature cover story on Brisbane’s A Somerset Parade who talk about their killer new single Alpha and lots more. Dangerous Curves join us to chat about their new album Summertime Highs, while Worthless Earth talk about their debut album Buried and Mountain Wizard Death Cult chat about their upcoming release Wretch.
We feature new music from RedHook, Swimsuit Issue, Burn In Hell, Gutterfire, The Ugly Kings, Twelve Foot Ninja, Kastiell, Fake News and Written By Wolves plus there’s news about the Pop Goes The Punk tour, C.O.F.F.I.N and Mini Skirt‘s split 7″, Ghost Juniper Gin arriving Down Under and the next instalment of Squirty‘s adventures with Red P’s.
Shatter Brain premiere their great new track Root Of All Evil plus we revisit reviews of the latest albums from Drown This City, Bison and Days Like These.
Times are tough, there’;s no denying that, but let’s all do our best to keep the heavy dream alive.
Until next week, stay HEAVY