In 1992 Rage Against The Machine released their self-titled debut album, which featured their lead single ‘Killing In The Name’, becoming the bands signature song. There have been more than 10 cover versions of this song recorded by a number of artists from different genres, and was featured on a variety of video games since its release. Here is RATM’s music video for ‘Killing In The Name’.
Tuesday, Mar 26, 2013 / Scott Broadribb
Thursday, Mar 21, 2013 / AFENDS AUSTRALIA
Biting Elbows have released their music video for their hit “Bad Motherfucker”, however it is not like your ordinary music video. Part Grand Theft Auto and part The Transporter, this clip immerses the viewer in the day of a man fighting for a powerful object. Filming in first person, the video matches the fast paced sound of the band perfectly, and follows up their previous music video for their track “The Stampede”. Check them out.
Tuesday, Mar 19, 2013 / Bec Nolan
Icelandic six-piece band, Of Monsters and Men took the world by storm with their hit “Little Talks”, which propelled the band into global popularity. Since releasing their debut album “My Head Is An Animal”, the band has continued to grow in popularity with such tracks as “Mountain Sound”. So here it is, the second single from the album. Check out more from these guys on their website.
Friday, Mar 15, 2013 / Scott Broadribb
Check out our mates, The Amity Affliction who have just released their official music video for their track 'Open Letter' from the Chasing Ghosts album. This video was shot live at Palace Theatre in Melbourne. These guys put on a gnarly show!
Thursday, Mar 14, 2013 / Ham
Los Angeles based singer and songwriter, Hanni El Khatib has not too long released his latest track ‘Family’. This rocker grew up in San Fransico where he became an avid skateboarder, which lead on to working as creative director at the streetwear label, HUF; during this time he also performed as a musician. El Khatib describes his songs as being for anyone who has ever been shot or hit by a train.
Tuesday, Dec 03, 2013 / Willie Marshall
Swedish duo, The Knife has just released the first single, “A Tooth For An Eye”, from their upcoming album ‘Shaking The Habitual’ out April 5th. The song deconstructs images of maleness, power and leadership, and questioning the people we trust as our leaders. This will be their first studio album release since ‘Silent Shout’ seven years ago. To get your copy on a variety of formats, head over to the Rabid Records store.
Wednesday, Jul 03, 2013 / Scott Broadribb
Originally recorded by LA band The Leaves in 1965, “Hey Joe” was the first single performed by Jimi Hendrix’s band, The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Even though Jimi’s version is the most popular one around, it has been recorded by over 400 different artists. Sit back and enjoy the experience.
Friday, May 03, 2013 / Scott Broadribb
This is the debut single from England based four-piece band, Fun Adults performing ‘Sap Solid’. The music video is very visual and captivating, using paints and crayons to take the viewers on a journey of serenity. To hear more from these guys or to get more information, head over to their Facebook page now!
Thursday, Feb 28, 2013 / Ham
This is Canadian band, Cancer Bats performing at Hellfest 2012 with 19 minutes of hardcore punk thrashing. For more information and updates on the band, check out their website.
Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013 / AFENDS AUSTRALIA
Los Angeles based band, The Bronx appears on AFENDS ‘Beats’ blogs this week performing their masterpiece, “Knifeman” featured on their third studio album, ‘The Bronx” (3). To check out more information on the band and upcoming shows, head over to their website.
Thursday, Feb 21, 2013 / Scott Broadribb
In anticipation to their Australian return for Soundwave, this is Blink 182 performing their second single “I Miss You” from their 2003 self-titled album. As most of us have heard, Travis Barker will not be attending the tour because of his ongoing fear of flying, due to the horrific accident that took place in 2008. However Travis will be replaced on the tour with Bad Religion and Tenacious D drummer, Brooks Wackerman.
Tuesday, Feb 19, 2013 / Scott Broadribb
In anticipation to Bring Me The Horizon’s upcoming album ‘Sempiternal’ being released on April 29, they not too long released their first single ‘Shadow Moses’. This is the official music video for the latest single, which has taken the world by storm. For the lucky ticket holders, you can catch Bring Me The Horizon playing at Soundwave, starting in Brisbane this Saturday!