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WA Gigs / Re: CATHEDRAL last ever show - Soundwave Perth
« on: February 21, 2012, 11:44:31 AM »
Garden of Unearthly Delights had a few good tracks, plus the physical CD has an apple-scented scratch n sniff coating! That is worth the price alone. Judging by recent setlists they have been playing a few off that one.

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Western Australia / Re: ANGER MANGEMENT Will Not Be Returning in 2012
« on: January 22, 2012, 11:03:37 AM »
Cheers Rowly, yep its not the way we would've liked to end the program, especially after being on air for so long!

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Western Australia / Re: ANGER MANGEMENT Will Not Be Returning in 2012
« on: January 10, 2012, 01:48:21 PM »
You're still doing CM though, right?
Yep, we will still have a regular rotation on CM with Jess, and The Quest guys.

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General discussion / Re: TOP 10 of 2011
« on: December 12, 2011, 12:47:33 PM »
INTERNATIONAL
Septic Flesh - The Great Mass
Mastodon   - The Hunter
Insomnium   - One For Sorrow
Earth   - Angels of Darkness, Demons Of Light
Leprous - Bilateral
Revocation - Chaos Of Forms
Nader Sadek - In The Flesh
The Devin Townsend Project - Deconstruction
Amorphis - The Beginning Of Times
Toxic Holocaust - Conjure and Command

HONORABLE MENTIONS
Vader - Welcome To The Morbid Reich
Turisas - Stand Up And Fight
Symphony X - Iconoclast
Krisiun - The Great Execution
Ghost Brigade - Until Fear No Longer Defines Us
Anthrax - Worship Music
Lock Up - Necropolis Transparent
Warbringer - Worlds Torn Asunder
Obscura - Omnivium
Rotten Sound - Cursed
 
LOCAL
Tangled Thoughts of Leaving - Deaden The Fields
Chaos Divine - The Human Connection
Pointbreakdown - Live To Get Rad
Voyager - The Meaning Of I
Mhorgl - Heresiarch

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General discussion / Re: CD Recommendations
« on: November 20, 2011, 08:39:42 AM »
NADER SADEK - In The Flesh
Features Steve Tucker (ex-MORBID ANGEL), Blasphemer (ex-MAYHEM) and Flo Mournier (CRYPTOPSY).
About a million times better than the new Morbid Angel album!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2r6Pa_Hm_4

GHOST - Opus Eponymous
Fucking cool album, for fans of old-school heavy metal similar to Mercyful Fate. Catchy songs about Satan.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flcHCTbdLSM

ELITIST - Fear In A Handful Of Dust
Death/Sludge, recommended if you like Eyehategod.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRsVsdoVC3g

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WA Gigs / Re: Negura Bunget Australian Tour
« on: November 14, 2011, 06:05:55 PM »
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NEGURA BUNGET POSTPONE AUSTRALIAN TOUR DUE TO INJURY TO DRUMMER

STATEMENT FROM THE BAND:

?Negură Bunget is terribly sorry to announce that our performance at Sonic Forge Festival 2011, as well as the Australian dates surrounding it are now canceled. Our drummer Negru suffered a leg injury while filming for our upcoming project and as a consequence he is not able to play drums for at least 2 weeks, possibly more.

We are even more determined to get to Australia, and we are working already on rescheduling all the gigs over there. Most likely that will happen around next years edition of Sonic Forge Festival. We will announce more details about this in the near future.?

STATEMENT FROM THE PROMOTER:

What a huge disappointment it is that Negura Bunget will no longer be able to tour Australia this week. Unfortunately with Negru?s injury happening only in the past couple of days, there was just no possible way to move forward with these shows. We will however be rescheduling Negura Bunget?s Australian tour for sometime in 2012 so rest assured that even though many of you will be greatly disappointed that they are not coming now, they will be coming!

Refunds will be available from the point of purchase for Negura Bunget sideshows. Sonic Forge Festival however is still of course very much going ahead, with final bands being announced later this week! ? Tim Charles (Welkin Entertainment)

Damn.
https://www.facebook.com/#!/notes/tim-charles/negura-bunget-postpone-australian-tour-due-to-injury-to-drummer/239679712760533

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General discussion / Re: Alcest (France) & Heirs Australian Tour | Oct 2011
« on: November 01, 2011, 02:14:11 PM »
Lies!

Thought they were incredible, and put on an amazing show... to finish with Percees De Lumiere and then the Elevation encore were notable highlights

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Interview with VOYAGER tonight on Critical Mass, 9PM RTRFM 92.1

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WA Gigs / Re: HERALDRY OF HERESY - AMPLIFIER BAR - FRI SEPT 16th
« on: June 29, 2011, 07:49:03 AM »
WINNING

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The League of Extraordinary Djentlemen tour

In just a few short years, PERIPHERY have blazed a trail of originality that has sent a shockwave throughout the metal world.

Exploring the complex uncharacteristic rhythms and technical precision of math rock with the brutality of progressive metal PERIPHERY have defied the boundaries of conventionality. Breathing life into the metal scene, Absolutepunk.net proclaims "From beginning to end, Periphery's self titled debut is a wonder to behold, and will inspire modern metal for the next decade" paving the way for PERIPHERY's meteoric rise to the upper echelons of the metal world.

This July sees PERIPHERY heading to Australia as part of the 'The League of Extraordinary Djentlemen' tour and joining the bill are fellow metallers TESSERACT. Embracing their experimental and prog sensibility garnered with a reputation for delivering jaw-dropping live performances has seen them catapulted into the forefront of the metal movement. Their debut album 'One', whilst intense, deep and complicated is incredibly transcendent and melodic and 'It's hard to find fault with an album this complete...powerful stuff!' Rock Sound

PERIPHERY and TESSERACT will be hitting Australia for three extraordinary intimate performances this July.


TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY 17 JUNE, 9AM

FRIDAY 29 JULY      BRISBANE, THE ZOO - 18+
www.oztix.com.au & Outlets

SATURDAY 30 JULY   SYDNEY, THE ANNANDALE - 18+
www.annandalehotel.com

SUNDAY 31 JULY MELBOURNE, NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB - 18+
www.northcotesocialclub.com, 9486 1677 & Corner Box Office (57 Swan St, Richmond)

Presented by Alt Music Hub, Hysteria Mag and Soundwave Touring

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Australian Tours / Re: Blind Guardian 2011 Tour Syd/Melb only
« on: May 19, 2011, 10:33:43 AM »
Yup, it is indeed. So BG are playing Sydney on 30th Sep then Melb on 3rd Oct, according to the info above.
Wish they would just jump on the soundwave tour instead...

Melbourne show is Sunday 2nd
Where did you read that, mate?

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Australian Tours / Re: Blind Guardian 2011 Tour Syd/Melb only
« on: May 18, 2011, 12:45:20 PM »
Yup, it is indeed. So BG are playing Sydney on 30th Sep then Melb on 3rd Oct, according to the info above.
Wish they would just jump on the soundwave tour instead...

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Australian Tours / Re: Blind Guardian 2011 Tour Syd/Melb only
« on: May 18, 2011, 10:02:06 AM »
They're playing Melbourne on the same day Soundwave is in Perth.

Bit dubious, nothing on their official website yet:
http://www.blind-guardian.com/tour/

I heard last time they played two different sets, both shows were in Melbourne though...

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Western Australia / Re: Anger Management Playlists
« on: April 11, 2011, 12:32:04 PM »
TONIGHT

New stuff from SARKE, SEPTIC FLESH and RWAKE.

Plus special guest DJ SOD will be playing some FRESH FRASH tunes!

Listen in from 9pm, 107.3 Heritage FM

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Interview tonight with Rezume & Mighty Scrape plus new tracks from the split on Critical Mass from 9pm. Rtrfm 92.1

Gah, beat me to it 8)

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International / Re: MORBID ANGEL Album Title
« on: March 16, 2011, 12:29:13 PM »
...the song 'Nevermore' will be made available on May 16th in the format of 7' vinyl...
Holy crap, a 7-foot vinyl! Gonna need a big-ass record player to hear that one :P

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WA Gigs / Re: SOUNDWAVE 2011 - feat IRON MAIDEN & SLAYER
« on: March 03, 2011, 12:45:50 PM »

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$13 for 5 bands, two of which are from over east? WIN

April is a busy month for gigs!

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Western Australia / Re: Dimmu borgir!!!
« on: March 01, 2011, 09:56:31 AM »
Prolly hanging out at an ice hockey rink, or in a beer fridge at Liquorland. Must be pretty warm here for them. The forecast today in Oslo is -1 to +1 degrees!

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WA Gigs / Re: NEVERMORE AUSTRALIAN TOUR JUNE 2011
« on: February 10, 2011, 01:19:39 PM »
His voice is fit for a completely different genre of metal.

There's all these fucking kick ass riffs being played in the background by Loomis and Warrell Dane is ruining it with his shitty (not even good) attempted power metal vocals.
Lies! Nevermore wouldn't be the same without him. Similar vocal style + kick-ass riffage works well for Iced Earth, too

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WA Gigs / Re: NEVERMORE AUSTRALIAN TOUR JUNE 2011
« on: February 09, 2011, 08:52:29 AM »
New date for Perth:

13 June 2011, The Rosemount

With Special Guests
VOYAGER + EMPIRE'S LAID WASTE

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WA Gigs / NEVERMORE AUSTRALIAN TOUR JUNE 2011
« on: February 07, 2011, 09:55:26 AM »
AUSTRALIAN TOUR JUNE 2011

Proudly presented by Red Ant Touring

"American-bred heavy metal doesn't get any better than this." Eduardo Rivadavia (Allmusic.com)

Seattle's Nevermore have ensnared and entertained metal minds the world over for nearly two decades. With a string of seven critically acclaimed studio albums; Nevermore have etched out their own legend into the metal mythos. For the first time in 5 years, Nevermore will bring their impassioned brand of uncompromising heavy metal to Australian audiences. This will be the first chance for Australia's metal maniacs to hear material from Nevermore's latest release, "The Obsidian Conspiracy", live in concert.

Since the release of their first album in 1995, critics and fans have debated how to describe Nevermore. Often called "thrash" or "progressive", these labels are more limitations rather than descriptions. Nevermore encompass the sensibilities of traditional metal with emphasis on melody, complexity, aggression and energy. Nevermore's lyrics are conceptual, intelligent and dramatic, delivered with peerless power and conviction by vocalist, Warrel Dane. Complimenting Dane, are the guitar histrionics of the technical but tasteful virtuoso, Jeff Loomis. Rounding the band out are the ferociously tight rhythm section of bassist, Jim Sheppard and drummer, Van Williams. With as much emphasis on song writing as they place on musicianship, Nevermore have built their global following through extensive touring (with bands as diverse as Disturbed and Dream Theater) and the undeniable merits of their unique brand of twisted technical metal.

Over the past 15 years, Nevermore's discography has grown in intricacy, intensity and quality. Albums such as 1996's "The Politics of Ecstasy", 2000's "Dead Heart In a Dead World" and 2005's "The Godless Endeavor" have been heralded as modern metal classics by both fans and critics alike. The band's latest studio effort, "The Obsidian Conspiracy", produced by Soilwork's Peter Wichers, has been similarly acclaimed. Peter Carnbro (ultimate-guitar.com) found the album to be "an extremely solid effort, that manages to bring something new to the band's sound without completely altering it." Scott Alisoglu (Blabbermouth.com) describes the album as "another mighty release from the Seattle stalwarts."

While few may have had the chance to catch Nevermore's 1999 Australian tour, their return in 2011 is sure to be a highlight whether you're head banging in the pit, or standing back in awe of the musicianship. This is one metal-heads won't dare miss.


09 June 2011
The Hi-Fi Brisbane

10 June 2011
Billboard The Venue Melbourne

11 June 2011
Manning Bar Sydney

12 June 2011
Fowlers Live Adelaide

13 June 2011
Rosemount Hotel Perth

Ticket details:
http://tickets.redanttouring.com/default.aspx?Event=19640

EDIT: Removed poster and updated Perth date

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The Frontline / Re: Acquiring network address.
« on: December 16, 2010, 09:04:56 AM »
Haha, what's wrong with D-stink?
Fix'd

I had a DSL-G604T as my first ADSL modem, had all the features I wanted, was cheap etc. But I got sick of constant rebooting when it decided to stop working, and the interface sucked a fat one as it only worked with IE. Never again.

I currently use a Belkin, bundled with my iiNet and VOIP. Happy so far, apart from the lack of detachable antennae. Also heard good things about Billion and Linksys (owned by Cisco).

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The Frontline / Re: Acquiring network address.
« on: December 15, 2010, 11:10:03 AM »
Ah, its a D-Link..theres your problem right there :P
+1

Also, often when troubleshooting something its easy to change a few settings at once to try and get it going. Best is to change one thing then test it, before changing something else. That way you actually know what fixed the problem.

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WA Gigs / Re: LORD (NSW) Perth Tour Nov 19th, 20th
« on: November 17, 2010, 02:23:16 PM »
We've been promoting the hell out of it on the radio. Will be there for sure as I missed 'em last time!

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