THE FALLOUT - SEPTEMBER 2010 EDITION
This issue’s contributors:
Liam Guy, Elodie Boal, Dick Kadent
Photo credits to:
Amanda Brenchley, Ellen Duffy, Erin Sara
Glenn Dyson from Soundworks.
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All views and opinions expressed by the bands and people interviewed in The Fallout Magazine do not necessarily reflect thoseof the magazine’s contributors. Any view or opinion expressed by one contributor of The Fallout Magazine does not necessarilyreflect those of the editor or any other of the magazine’s contributors.
LORD Australian/Japanese tour and new EP
have released a brand spanking new EP titled
Return of the Ty- rant,
the lead track of which is a sequel song to the 2004
(LORD’s predecessor band) track
Terranno Del Mar
. The EP will also in-clude a Symphony X cover (
Of Sins and Shadows
), and a few other sur-prises! This EP will coincide with LORD’s
tour which will in-clude dates around Australia and Japan, including LORD’s first show inDarwin.
“Summer festivals? What summer festivals...?!”
Just as we’d all stopped drooling over the band line-up for Soundwave 2011, we were again hithard with more festival news. Megadeth, GWAR and Katatonia will be coming down to Australiafor the
No Sleep Til’
festival which will be happening in December! Other bands gracing thestages include 3 Inches of Blood, Alkaline Trio, Descendants, NOFX and Parkway Drive. Reportsalso say that Megadeth will be performing
Rust in Peace
in its entirety…
Todd Hansen, who is without a doubt Brisbane’s busiest live metal drummer, will be performinghis second
show at the Jubilee Hotel on September the 25th.
will show-case all of Hansen’s current drumming commitments in the one live show, including (but not lim-ited to)
HeadKase, Kcavemen, Black Mask,
and comedy grindcore act
Nudge from Hey Dad.
The show features twelve confirmed acts (so far) across two stages - No, Todd has not clonedhimself to perform both the stages; the festival will also include many assorted Brisbane acts aswell, including
State of Integrity
Rad Rockets Are Go!
All proceeds from theevent will be going toward ovarian cancer research.
Vanishing Point line-up changes
Melbourne melodic metallers Vanishing Point have announced in a press release that guitaristTommy Vucur, bassist Adrian Alimic, and keyboardist Jake Lowe have left the group due to musi-cal differences. The remaining members of Vanishing Point wishes to inform everyone that theband will still continue, and will recommence work on their fifth album very soon.
New and upcoming* Releases
Anatomy of the Infinite
Cold War of the Condor
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