are set to cement their reputation as one of the most dominant exponents of heavy music on the planet with their spellbinding third album, Deep Blue. "It's basically about the search for truth in a world that seems to be devoid of that," says vocalist and lyricist Winston McCall, explaining the narrative running through "Deep Blue". "The story is told through the eyes of a man who wakes up and realizes that his life is a lie and nothing he believes in is real. So he tries to find the truth within himself and his journey takes him to the bottom of the ocean and back again." Already one of the most anticipated heavy releases of 2010, Deep Blue represents an exciting new chapter in the story of Australia's most successful hardcore band.
Bay Area pop-punk band Set Your Goals
have been rocking crowds from coast to coast since 2004. Maybe you've seen them on tour with New Found Glory or perhaps it was Paramore or Gorilla Biscuits? Warped Tour? In six years Set Your Goals has already achieved what most bands only dream about: toured the world, gained huge respect from their peers and achieved massive credibility among their wide-spread legion of fans.
Conceived in the spring of 2007, The Ghost Inside
emerged with a vengeance from the Los Angeles music scene. Their collective goal is to write a unique brand of aggressive yet melodic metal/hardcore music that will transcend genres without boundaries, and set them apart from their peers putting them into a league of their own. If you have not yet seen them, you owe it to yourself to drop whatever you are doing and get to one of their shows immediately!
Hailing from Oxnard, California, metal quintet The Warriors
aims to set the record straight on what hardcore is really about. On the road for 300 days of the year the band has played an impressive amount of dates set up around the world including tours with Evergreen Terrace, rapper DMX, Bury Your Dead as well as runs through Australia and Europe. The group, who formed in high school, has been doing national tours since the age of 19 and have also shared the stage with such groups as Tiger Army, Kittie, Terror, Throwdown and Sick Of It All.
Not many bands can say that they've played more than one hundred shows in the first six months of their existence. Even fewer can make that claim without having any help from a booking agent, manager or record label. Grave Maker
is the exception. After spending six months writing songs and perfecting their line-up, Grave Maker spent the rest of the year on the road, self-booking their shows and building a loyal fan base. During that show-riddled six months, the band also managed to find time to independently record their debut album, "Bury Me At Sea".