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Bayharbour On Fire In Adelaide



Heads up to our mates and fellow mosh lords in Adelaide, our very own Bayharbour is hitting your scene and hitting it hard as they kick off an epic coast to coast tour of Australia with American hardcore pin-up boys, I Set My Friends On Fire and Aussie heavyweights Awaken I Am.

Check them out on opening night, Thursday May 5 at Enigma Bar (173 Hindley Street) for this 18+ show.  Doors open at 8:00 pm and tickets are $18.80 through Moshtix.  More details can be found on our events page here.

See them again the next night on Friday May 6 at Bluebee Room (131-133 Pirie Street) at this special all ages event.  Doors open 8:00 pm and you can get your tickets for $23.50 a ticket through OzTix.  More details are on our events page.

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Sevendust Done And Dusted



Mannequin Republic would like to take the time to thank everyone who came out to see A Breach Of Silence on March 17 in Brisbane, when the band shared the stage with legendary metal act Sevendust.

Special thanks to Sevendust for coming down to Brisbane and throwing such a heavy party with us.  Of course the fine folks from Metropolis Touring for inviting A Breach Of Silence to be part of this amazing event, Tria Mera for kicking the night off right and everyone at Eatons Hill Hotel for putting in the hard work at the venue.

We were stoked to see so many of you ravenous metal fans come out and truly get into the music.  Everyone on the line up played an awesome set and everyone in the crowd clearly appreciated hearing some of the best heavy music bands the industry has to offer.

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Musing On Solace



Bayharbour’s “Find Solace” single has been the band’s most widely accessible and critically acclaimed projects and continues to grow support from heavy music media across the country.

An excellent insight on the song and the band recently appeared on the Music Is My Muse website, where they were able to corner drummer and band spokesman Nat Patterson about the project.

The piece goes over some interesting points of the project, including the line up change to the band before recording, writing music and “the Bayharbour sound.”

You can read the full article right now by going to  Massive thanks to Music Is My Muse for pulling the interview together and continuing to publish rad content on the Brisbane music scene.  We encourage all of you to give them a read.… more...