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Clock Tower Posterized


Fanatics across Australia, make sure you pick up the latest issue of Blunt Posters released to all good newsstands on September 15, featuring a heap of great pull out posters of your favourite punk, metal and hardcore bands.

In this issue Mannequin Republic is proud to have our very own Tasmanian post-hardcore heroes Save The Clock Tower included among the 29 posters in this issue.

Save The Clock Tower appear alongside the world’s hottest bands including Blink-182, Avenged Sevenfold, Alexisonfire, Upon A Burning Body, Hands Like Houses, Pierce The Vail, Asking Alexandria, The Gaslight Anthem, New Found Glory, We Came As Romans and Violent Soho.

Make sure you pick up your special edition of Blunt Posters today and see their official website for more information at… more...

Death Train In Ipswich



Fanatics in Ipswich, prepare yourselves for a night of hardcore headbanging as the Death Train Tour pulls into town, featuring Mannequin Republic’s own Trinatyde.

Also on the line up are DTAK, Symbolic Weapon and Home By Sudden Landslide.

It all happens this Saturday night, September 27, Live at The Metro (253 Brisbane Street, Ipswich) starting at 7:30 pm.  Grab your mates and jump around with Trinatyde live on stage!

See more on our events page.… more...

Equilibrium Drops



Brisbane deathcore bad boys As Paradise Falls have released their first official music video to rave reviews.  “Equilibrium” is the first single off the band’s upcoming EP Save Yourself, and the music video has been turning heads from some of the biggest online media sources and cable TV network Channel V.

The clip has exploded in popularity, racking up thousands of views in the first 48 hours.  Featuring everything from drone camera angles to explosion special effects, “Equilibrium” is one of the more notable alternative music videos to come out of the local Brisbane scene.

Special thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make this video possible, including visionary director D.O. Blackley from Her Name Is Murder Productions, Alex Bowden for operating the drone cameras, Batty Bogan Productions for the digital effects, make-up artist Lisa Konkol and actor extraordinaire Ryan Hance.  It was an outstanding experience working with … more...