- Atomic Death Squad release debut demo for free download
- Waiting Room release posthumous EP
- “Brutal shit from two cunts wallowing in Ballarat”
- Tim Yatras (Germ, Woods of Desolation, Grey Waters, etc) is releasing a free ambient ambient trilogy
- Battle Pope vs Jesus Christ Posse (split)
- Battle Pope/Jesus Christ Posse split up for free download
- No Anchor release “the most No Anchor of all the No Anchor records”
- Nontinuum’s new (free) EP is one of the best things you’ll hear all year
- Free Devil’s Kitchen compilation feat. King Parrot, Shellfin, Winterun and more
- Arcane and Caligula’s Horse members release superb post-rock/ambient album
News : Steve Hughes (Nazxul drummer-turned-comedian) is coming back to Australia
We’d be very surprised if you haven’t heard of Steve Hughes. Back in the 80′s and 90′s he was the man behind the kit for Mortal Sin, Slaughter Lord and Nazxul, and has since relocated to England where he makes his living being a funny bastard on stage. He’s one of those comedians that tackles the big issues in the bluntest way possible. And he’s coming back to Australia! Having seen him before, we’re going to go ahead and say that, for those who dig live comedy, Steve Hughes in a must-see.
“He’s back. The comic wizard with worldly insights into the bleedingly obvious returns to our shores armed with more issues than an occupy movement.
Steve Hughes tells it like it is – confronting, alarming and always hilarious.
The inimitable expatriate, ex-heavy metal drummer arrives direct from his UK tour where he’s been burning up the comedy circuit and storming sets on BBC One and
Expect intelligent, straight-talking social commentary from one of the festival’s most original and thought-provoking performers.
A whirlwind of vitriolic social commentary.
Internationally renowned comic Steve Hughes lights up the room with his hour of biting political stand up. Experience one of Australia’s most original and outspoken
acts. Hughes doesn’t shy away from tackling the Big Issues in this show. Political correctness, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, asylum seekers and the War on Terror all deliver a riot of intelligent debate and laughter.
Hail the Gods of Metal and Comedy!”
2013 Adelaide Fringe Festival
Venue: The Arts Theatre
Dates: Thursday 21st – Sunday 24th February
Tickets: $30 Thur/Sun; $35/Fri/Sat
Bookings: adelaidefringe.com.au or 8100 3000
2013 Brisbane Comedy Festival
Venue: Visy Theatre, Brisbane Powerhouse
Dates: Tuesday 5th – Sunday 10th March
Tickets: $25 Tue; $30 Wed/Thur/Sun; $35 Fri/Sat
Bookings: briscomfest.com or 3358 8600
2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Venue: The Forum Theatre
Dates: Thursday 18th – Saturday 20th April
Tickets: $30 Thur; $34 Fri/Sat
Bookings: comedyfestival.com.au or 1300 660 013
2013 Sydney Comedy Festival
Venue: The Enmore Theatre
Date: Saturday 1st June
Bookings: enmoretheatre.com.au or 9550 3666