May 2015

Urban Spread featuring Sydney metalcore band NORTHLANE. These guys maintain all the angst and aggression of conventional hardcore, however have crafted a fresh and innovative approach to modern metalcore into their style. Supported by Sydney's hardcore outfit HELLIONS and Melbourne's own STORM THE SKY. Don't miss these high energy bands LIVE with Urban Spread’s resident tastemaker DJ's to bring the party home!!

Northlane

Northlane have returned with new single 'Rot', their first release with new frontman Marcus Bridge. 'Rot' (produced via Skype by long-time collaborator Will Putney) was written and recorded by Marcus, guitarists Jon Deiley and Josh Smith, bassist Alex Milovic and drummer Nic Pettersen after a public audition process that saw almost 2,000 hopefuls apply for the position. The 23-year-old singer from Sydney's first tour will be a mammoth 21 huge shows in 21 days across Europe supporting Parkway Drive.Fuelled by the critical and popular acclaim for 2013 sophomore album Singularity, Northlane toured the world twice over 18 months before coming home for a victorious sell-out tour in May / June. The album received glowing reviews and accolades across the world, including J Award and ARIA Award nominations, and awards in the Short Fast Loud, Blunt Magazine and The Racket end-of-year polls.

Hellions

Forming in early 2013, Sydney’s own Hellions wasted little time in establishing themselves as a national presence. Releasing their first single ‘Infamita,’ in June of that year, the group quickly racked up supports and tours with Deez Nuts, Attila and Every Time I Die before releasing their UNFD debut, Die Young, in September. The trio’s blend of aggressive, hardcore-influenced guitar work, punk rock melodicism, frenzied percussion and the unique delivery of front man Dre Faivre all combining to form a sound and style that Hellions can proudly call their own.

Storm the Sky

Hailing from Melbourne, Storm The Sky are a young six piece who released their 'Vigilance' EP in 2013 to an overwhelming fan response. Their dual vocal attack and high energy live shows caught the attention of fans around Australia, with the self-released EP selling over 4,000 units and becoming a word of mouth hit. Touring Australia consistently for 18 months, their reputation as a hard working live act has made them a great draw for fans around the country.