Grave Forsaken is Vaughan Gregory, Elias Salmela, Matt Skipworth and TIm Steadman. These four guys all met each other through playing in various amatuer Christian metal bands. The band was formed in September 2004 when circumstances led the four guys to play a few songs at an event called "Fusion Idol" at Hillside Church in Western Australia. The performance was so much fun, and the guys worked so well together, that they decided to make a go of it as a proper band.
Hardcore Punk outfit from the South Coast of NSW, Australia (SCHC!)
Formerly know as ILL.
Recently released their debut EP and 7" titled "The EP", it was released on Common Bond Records. Lineup ADAM - vocals
DEAN - guitar
BRETT - bass
CHRIS - drums www.myspace.com/xillbrigadex
Frenzal Rhomb is an Australian punk rock band that formed in 1992, in Sydney, Australia. A long-standing institution in Sydney music scene but with a national and international base of fans, Frenzal have consistently nurtured new generations of young fans through endless touring, festival appearances and all ages shows. With a sound that is most often characterized as 'California pop/punk', the band is overtly left-wing political and known for their humorous, savage and insightful lyrics.
Lady Lash is a Melbourne-based rapper of Aboriginal and Greek background. Lash features as part of the Push It Crew and the Dig Deep Project, both hip-hop associations prominent on the Melbourne rap scene. Born in the remote town of Ceduna, on the Great Australian Bight, she states the following description on her website: I'm a female aboriginal artist with multiple singing styles. Singing since I was a child and was heavily influenced by my Families wide and diverse taste in music - Rock, Country, Soul, Blues, Jazz and Old School Hip hop.
Daniel 'Dan' Kelly is the second oldest of six children, the nephew of Paul Kelly. He grew up in Queensland and learnt the guitar at thirteen, studying Environmental Science at University, in Brisbane, in 1990. He formed his first band, Nord, in Brisbane before moving to Melbourne in 1996, where in 2000 he started playing solo shows, under the name Dank Alley, not wanting to trade on his famous uncle’s name. In May, 2003 he released his first solo EP, Man O Mercy, which spawned the radio hit "Countermeal Kim".
Lucie Thorne is a singer-songwriter raised in Melbourne and based in New South Wales. She has released three albums, the most recent of which 2009's Black Across The Field, was nominated for an Australian Music Prize. Her style is a frequently sparse, languid and evocative form of folk-rock. Thorne uses her songs to distill the poetic from the everyday, and each new song opens onto an unlikely world of stories and characters. It’s this breadth and depth of writing that makes her music feel a little like a favourite book: the moment you finish, you want to read it again from the beginning.
- Founded in July
- Wrote and Recorded "The Adorer and the Adored" August - November.
- Released "The Adorer and the Adored" 2009
- January, Wrote material for "Tear drops reflecting in the eyes of Satan"
- February, Recorded "Tear drops reflecting in the eyes of Satan"
- March - Wrote material for "In the Lost corners of the Carpathians (The land of the Phantoms)"
(Inspired by Vlad the Impaler and the 1922 Nosferatu film)
Black/Death Metal from Melbourne, Australia (2003 – present) Official website. DISCOGRAPHY: 2004 - The Storm to End All Wars - demo
2005 - Barbaric Vengeance - live demo
2005 - Under the Aegis of Damnation - 7"EP
2006 - Hells Infantry - mini CD
2008 - Chaos Rising - Split LP
2008 - Circle of the Black Flame - 7"EP
2010 - World Cremation - Album