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Special thank you to Third Eye Visuals, who continue to do awesome work documenting the rise of super hot Brisbane deathcore act As Paradise Falls with their very distinctive style of photography and live video clips.
The boys of As Paradise Falls were captured on film again in a series of recently released photos from their event with hardcore heavyweights I Killed The Prom Queen at the Valentine’s Day event at The Metro in Ipswich.
You can see these photos right now on Facebook at the following links:
Post-hardcore cuties This Fiasco have made a surprise drop with our mates at Kill Your Stereo, releasing their brand new single “Sidelines” as exclusive content on the website.
“Sidelines” is the second release off the soon to be released EP from This Fiasco entitled Longshot. The title track of which was released on YouTube at the end of 2014.
The new track can be heard right now on Soundcloud by going through the Kill Your Scene website at http://www.killyourstereo.com/news/1050720/this-fiasco-premiere-new-song.
Early reactions have been outstanding as the song features a more refined and complex tune while still featuring the same elements which have put This Fiasco on the map. Keep your ears open for more new music from This Fiasco coming very soon!… more...
Mannequin Republic would like to extend a special thank you to the awesome blokes of I Killed The Prom Queen for including As Paradise Falls on their Ipswich show during their recent Australian tour.
It was a super hot night of live music with a heap of great talent, not only with Aussie superstars I Killed The Prom Queen and our very own As Paradise Falls, but also long time scene mates in Countdown To Armageddon.
Much thanks to The Metro (253 Brisbane Street) in Ipswich for hosting us and making a space for live alternative music in town. Thanks also to Destroy All Lines for organising the event and bringing great bands like these to venues across the country.
Finally a well deserving shout out to the fans and scene kids in Ipswich, who came out to party and lit up the mosh pit with their sick moves. We … more...