Tag: Deez Nuts

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Sedated.

“Don’t call it a comeback, We’ve been here for years, Travelled the world and now we back with this, Made a few enemies but more friends than we can count, Got f***ed up in towns that I can’t even pronounce, And we’ve got nothing to prove got nothing to lose, Do what the fuck we

NEWS: Deez Nuts and The Acacia Strain. January 2023!

Australian Hardcore crew Deez Nuts have begun to announce new shows with a new bassist yet to be unvieled following the tragic death of Sean Kennedy in February 2021. Their previously announced European tour has been rescheduled with Kublai Khan replaced by The Acacia Strain as main support with Unity-TX and Brothers Till We Die also on

Throwback: “Calvert Street” from I Killed The Prom Queen!

In 2014 the return of one of Australia’s most important Metalcore outfits I Killed The Prom Queen for one final album in “Beloved” is one that eight years on today we celebrate. An interesting choice in many respects, it’s a reincarnation of the oldest of Metalcore sounds from a band who only featured one original

Review: “Vacuumed Half To Deaf” by Plants

An explosively energetic Punk Rock trio based in Sydney New South Wales, Plants are the kind of band who pull the pin out before handing you a grenade just for s***s and giggles, creating music with an Aussie sense of humour that falls between Blink 182 and My Latest Failure. They made their debut with

Bootleg: Deez Nuts in Belgrade!

Following the tragic news of the passing of ex-I Killed The Prom Queen and Deez Nuts bassist Sean Kennedy at just 35, we have decided to pay tribute to him by sharing this bootleg of Deez Nuts playing a full set in Belgrade Serbia on 8th March 2020, where they shared a stage with Mind

Review: “Ass To Mars” by Kwato

“Now, this is the plan. Get your ass to Mars.” ~ Arnold Schwarzenegger, Total Recall. Douglas Quaid is a bored construction worker in the year 2084 who dreams of visiting the colonized Mars. In a story that takes ideas from the 1966 Philip K. Dick short story “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale“, he

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Drinking Songs For New Year!

Our Listmania season will come to an end tomorrow with the New Years Honours List but before it does, there is just about enough time to squeeze in one more; 5 drinking songs for New Years Eve; because what else do people do on New Years Eve except drink a skin full, party and bulls***?!

Review: “Most Dangerous Game” by Kharma

Continuing to cut their sonic assaults’ with socially aware lyrical themes such as classism, police brutality and racism that challenge the systems of oppression the Metallic Hardcore act have been challenging since they formed in 2015 are Kharma. Over 2016’s debut “Survival” and it’s follow up in 2018’s “Moment Of Violence“, the Chicago Illinois based

Review: “Menace” by Nasty

Belgium Hardcore crew Nasty have been playing anywhere from Europe, USA, Russia, Brazil, Japan, China and Korea since 2004 while also sharing stages at countless well-known festivals such as Wacken Open Air, Hellfest, Graspop Metal Meeting, With Full Force and Resurrection Fest to name but a few, hammering out 6 albums and 2 EPs in