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HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS Digi-Mag Issue #59

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We have something special and a little unusual for you on the cover of this week’s DigiMag…

I’m sure many of you know or have heard of Ladybeard, and if you haven’t Google him now before continuing.

What you probably didn’t know is the great man is an Aussie, born and bred in Adelaide. He is also one of the worlds premiere entertainers across a variety of mediums and is now preparing to launch his debut single with Japan based JPop/metal outfit BABYBEARD. It is the type of music that, admittedly, might not appeal to hardened metal lovers, but by the same token I challenge them to listen through a whole song and not find yourself subconsciously enjoying it.

Ladybeard himself stopped in to chat about BABYBEARD in what is one of the most funny and entertaining chats I have had the pleasure of being involved in.

We also speak with Pridelands about their awesome new album Light Bends, which came out today, plus we speak with Kallidad about their appearance at next month’s Metal Alliance Festival in Sydney.

We are proud to premiere the new track Scars from Far North Queensland rock outfit Clam Sandwich, plus we bring you the latest news on the postponements of UNIFY and Uncaged, as well as the cancellation of the Adelaide leg of the Full Tilt tour.

We give you the new date for Sydney’s Metal Alliance show, and news on the upcoming tour from Signvs and Bury Me, plus we reveal the new bass player for Where The Devil.

Our review team checked out Pridelands new album, plus our live review team have been out and about to bring you reviews and happy snaps from Frenzal Rhomb‘s show at the Triffid and Melbourne’s Knight & Day Festival that happened over New Years.

It’s only early in the year, but the signs for Aussie music are strong despite the virus still causing problems.

These are tough times, fellow metalheads, but it’s the little things like music that help ease the pain.

Until next week, stay HEAVY,

Krispy

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