HEAVY Magazine / DIGI-MAG Issue #110

This week in HEAVY Digi-Mag Issue #110:

The last couple of years have been huge for Australian band Ocean Grove. Their debut album, The Rhapsody Tapes, received both critical and chart success. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, the band lost two members and gained another while Dale Tanner had to step up and become the main front-man.

Now the boys eagerly await the release of their brand new album Flip Phone Fantasy and when we chat to both Tanner and newcomer Twiggy Hunter while they are standing outside a venue in Wolverhampton (UK) where they are due to a gig that night. The fact that they are touring overseas has calmed the nerves a little before the release of the new album on the 13th March.

For Aussie Silverstein fans this year started with a bang as the Canadian post-hardcore outfit made the journey to our shores just to play at UNFD: The Gathering. Now those fans can get excited all over again as the band deliver their tenth studio album – A Beautiful Place To Drown.

I recently had the opportunity to chat to Shane Told about the album and it is clear that the band are just as excited about the release as their fans are.

We also spoke to Jason Lei Howden about his new movie GUNS AKIMBO. Out now in Cinemas!

READ/LISTEN to Digi-Mag Issue #110

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Photos: THE DARKNESS + The Southern River Band @ Metropolis Fremantle, 11/03/2020

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