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Symphonic, Melodic Heavyweights Voyager will hit the stage at the Rosemount Hotel Friday February 11th, along with local metal oufits Claim the Throne, Chaos Divine & Empires Laid Waste. This impressive lineup will join forces to raise much needed funds for those affected by the recent Flood Disaster in Queensland.
Be there early to enjoy the best Metal Perth has to offer and support this very worthy cause. All proceeds of this event will go to directly to the 'Premiers Flood Relief Charity'
Also, the upcoming Guitar Gods IV show will be donating money raised on the night to help aid those in distress both in W.A. and the East coast. It takes place on Sunday January 30, 2011 at The Charles Hotel in North Perth the great Sunday Session of Guitar'n'Good Times!
On the bill:
GERARD MAUNICK BAND
Playing tracks from his current release, "World Citizen".
Gerard Maunick, Tina-Simone (bv's), Rick Eastman (drums), Roy Martinez (bass), Sue Bluck (keys, bv's), Donna G (bv's).
IAN KENNY BAND
Welcoming back to live guitar performance, Ian Kenny with Michael Burn (drums) and Scott Lawrence (bass)
Featuring Graham Greene, Donna Greene (vocals), Jim Awram (bass) & Shane Brady (drums)
Check out the gig guide for details about both shows!
Just added a review of the Reapers Riddle EP Launch which happened a couple of weeks back. Was an entertaining night with a mix of different metal acts. If you were there or interested to hear about how it went check out the review thanks to Greg Griffin (possibly an estranged nephew of Peter).
Well I was pretty busy at the time (not that it's changed too much), but I've finally had a chance when it came to mind to put up the full results of the 2010 Western Front Metal Awards. So for those of you that were unfortunate enough to not make it to the awards night, or those interested in the full details you can check them out now via the menu link (or for convenience sake just click here).
Well Bastardfest has been and gone last weekend - it's midweek now and I think I'm only just getting over it. What a great day had by one and all. Great bands, great tunes, great people (a number of which I hadn't seen come out of the woodwork for quite a while, so just shows the drawing power of the event), and most importantly a great atmosphere.
For the number of bands playing on the day I was surprised about how smoothly it all ran, and it was evident it had been well planned and organised in every detail. This is hardly surprising given that it was the bastard brainchild of none other than Soundworks Touring, well known for their illustrious and highly respected ventures in the realms of bringing top quality international metal acts to this big brown land of ours. Ok, it's starting to sound like I'm blowing hot air up them so I'll have to stop now before I make myself sick, but credit where credits due. They're our kind of bastards.
Bring on next years event!
Tickets to the previously cancelled Mayhem tour will not be valid for the upcoming tour commencing next week September 21st. Punters who still hold these tickets will need to purchase new tickets otherwise entry will not be permitted. All tickets will be checked upon entering at each show.
Tickets on sale now at usual outlets at selling fast!