2015 festival

Titanfest: Final line-up announced

Titanfest 2015 has just announced the final line-up for its inaugural all-dayer, taking place on Saturday, May 30.

Joining the already stacked bill are Def Con One, featuring Antton Lant (formerly of Venom), plus late replacements progressive thrashers

Changes announced to Stormrider Heavy Metal Festival

Perth’s epic Stormrider Heavy Metal Festival is now just three weeks away.

The annual event celebrates all there is to love about of power, thrash, speed, prog and traditional heavy metal and will be taking place on Saturday, May 23 at The Civic Hotel.

Craft and Cult: Beer and metal in perfect harmony.

Fire up for an evening of craft beer and great bands Melbourne

Von Grimm Records in association with Grumpys Green and Good Beer Week introduce the first annual Craft and Cult - the first annual craft beer and cult music festi

Damnation Festival 2015: First band announced, tickets now on sale

Swedish metal legends At The Gates will headline Damnation Festival in their only UK show of 2015.

The melodic death pioneers will top the Jagermeister Stage at Leeds University Union on Saturday, November 7.

March Mayhem - Eye of the Enemy, Decimatus, Envenomed, Trigger & Requiem

On 21 March 2015, the Barwon Club Hotel in Geelong will be home to March Madness featuring a line-up of epic proportions.

Headlining the night will be Melbourne's melodeath quintet, Eye of the Enemy, invigorated for 2015 with recently recruited vocalist, Mitch Alexander, at the helm.

Hammersonic: Perth pre-festival party

Perth is in for a shit hot time on 27 February as two of the states best metal exponents warm up for gigs in Jakarta

Jakarta's annual international metal festival, Hammersonic is fast approaching and this year Perth's premium power metal band Silent Knight & the face crushing

Punk Rock Holiday: First names!

Better late than never they say! The promoters took their time to digest the after effect of the successful 2014 festival and to focus on the 2015 lineup. Following the wish list their fans made and blending in some of their own personal favourites, Breaking Waves are pleased to announce the 2015 lineup!

Chapter One:  I may be wrong, but I think it was 2005 when Beatsteaks played probably the smallest show after the release of Smack Smash.