PARKWAY DRIVE are set to commemorate 10 years of incredible achievements with a special anniversary tour this September. Turning 10 is yet another milestone in the career of the quintet, who’ve set benchmark after benchmark since playing their first show at Byron Bay Youth Activity Centre back in 2003.

smlBTIAs tickets continue to be snapped up for one of the most anticipated shows of the year, Break The Ice 2013 gets even bigger with the addition of three new bands to replace Rotting Out and round out the hardcore fiesta that will take place this April.

smlyouth_of_today_promoResist and Trial and Error’s annual Hardcore event is back in 2013, spanning the weekend of July 13th and 14th at the Hi Fi in Sydney. Headlining this years event will be legendary New York band Youth Of Today, this being the bands first ever trip to Australia.

smlEnablerFollowing on from 2012’s critically acclaimed All Hail The Void album for Southern Lord Records, ENABLER has just released their scorching Shift of Redemption EP through Think Fast! Records, and will be heading down under for the first time this July to launch it.

smlsaint-vitusSAINT VITUS are the godfathers of American Doom Metal. To make their maiden voyage to Australia all the more special, female fronted French funeral doom ensemble MONARCH, who will be making their 4th journey to Australian shores, will be joining Saint Vitus as main support.

smlCWSad news for Rotting Out fans as the band will no longer be appearing on the scheduled Cold World tour or Break The Ice Festival later this month. Both tour and festival will continue as planned with refunds available or replacement bands in their place.


Municipal Waste's bass player Land Phil's other band CANNIBAS CORPSE will be touring Australia in June kicking off the weekend after the Municipal Waste tour wraps up. Joining them in support will be Melbourne's KING PARROT with former Damaged drummer Matt "Skitz" Sanders playing drums.

smlbane_promo_photoEvery so often a band comes along that has the ability to speak to a generation of fans of hardcore. In this era, this band is Worcester, Massachusetts’ Bane. Bane will be returning to Australia for the first time since 2007, almost five years to the day.

smlMMWDCDeclaration from Melbourne have teamed up with Mark My Words from the NSW Central Coast for a hardcore adventure up and down the East Ccoast that culminates in a finish in Hobart for Declaration as a part of "All Tomorrow's Shoeys Fest".

smlBlackBreath-1Seattle's Black Breath will be hitting our shores in April, with Canberra's I Exist in tow. Supports have been announced with the likes of The Fevered, Darkhorse, Hygiene, Starvation and the Matt maunder fronted Chaingun, all getting a run.


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