Up The Punks & Rogernomix’s Tour of OZ / Asia 2016. Crusty good times, guaranteed.
The world might be going to hell, but New Model Army are still manning the barricades and howling defiantly.
A couple of recent cult NZ metal releases you might have missed.
First Pass #1: short and unedited reviews of music that’s caught my ear. If typos upset you, it’s best you look away now.
There’s a lot to enjoy in the red-hot heavyweight rock heard on Bloodnut’s debut. It’s an all-amps-ablazing good time –– from go to whoa.
Here are my two favourite punk albums thus far in 2016.
Decision Process is highly recommended for rockers, rollers, habitual headphone listeners, and fresh-faced or long-term fans of heavyweight rock alike.
If you’re seeking preeminent hardcore that’s twisted at the roots and wholly volatile, I’d wholeheartedly recommend you grab a copy of Great Reward, forthwith.
The debut full-length from Sydney post-punks Sounds Like Winter is a sublime piece of gothic art well worth exploring.
The staunchly independent Broken Limbs Recordings is underpinned by a steadfast DIY ethic and a passion for releasing works from artists the label believes in.
New Zealand experimental rock duo Into Orbit have released a storming video to accompany their brand new track “Dark Matter”.
I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.
Six Noises’ 2015 Extravaganza: New Zealand Noise
Six Noises’ 2015 Extravaganza: Punk Part 2
Six Noises’ 2015 Extravaganza: Punk Part 1
Six Noises’ 2015 end-of-year shenanigans: Metal Part 2