When a lineup drops and its huge, what's the most acceptable way to react? Scream with excitement? Go a little crazy, start dancing around the house? Tell everyone you know what just happened, realise half way through that your parents have no idea who these bands are but just keep raving on? Or maybe you just sit in shock, and start thinking of the possibilities... That's exactly what I did (but you'll never know). Any of these reactions are totally acceptable considering the line up Unify - A Heavy Music Gathering just dropped, it is looking insane!
Everytime I Die
The Getaway Plan
Thy Art Is Murder
House VS Hurricane
I Killed The Prom Queen
Storm The Sky
The DIrty Nil
Justice For The Damned
Drown This City
Yep, you read that right, Alexisonfire are finally returning to Australia, it's going to be epic! On top of this, The Getaway Plan will be playing from their album Other Voices, Other Rooms (you know, that album that featured Where The City Meets The Sea and forces you to go all memory lane from your teen years).
Likewise Adelaide metal/hardcore gods I Killed The Prom Queen will be playing from their album Music For The Recently Deceased, (think Sharks In Your Mouth, okay, maybe a little more first metalcore appreciation rather than teenage memory lane).
Next to this letlive. who just dropped their new album If I'm The Devil... (suss it out below, its amazing to say the least). To top it all off, both Northlane and Violent Soho, both who have become two of Australia's best known bands in recent years, will be making an appearance.
I'm sure there's much more that could be said, but don't just take my word, go and have an explore.
When: Over two huge nights, 13th-15th January 2017
Where: South Gippsland (2-hour drive from Melbourne)
Tickets: $199 + Booking Fee On Sale 24th of June 12pm AEST
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