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Blind Video



Brisbane powercore party makers, A Breach Of Silence, have released a new music video to highlight yet another cut off of their Dead Or Alive album.  This time the boys feature one of their more popular songs, “Blind.”

The video is made up of still photos and live clips of the band recorded at live events over the last few months as they supported mainstay heavy music acts such as Born Of Osiris and Adept.

As opposed to a traditional music video, this clip is more of an insight into the band’s live stage performance and the many fans that come out to see them play.  “Blind” is definitely a scrap book of one of Australia’s hottest rising bands.

To see “Blind” by A Breach Of Silence make sure you head over to YouTube right now at and see it for yourself.… more...

What A Racket



Major thanks to the good people at Triple J Radio for their support of another Mannequin Republic band as As Paradise Falls released a brand new song exclusive to Triple J’s The Racket on Tuesday July 15.

Anticipation has been building for months for new As Paradise Falls material and heavy music fans across Australia have been impatiently waiting to hear what the bad boys of Brisbane hardcore have been up to.

On July 15, Triple J’s The Racket premiered As Paradise Fall’s brand new song “Equilibrium” for the first time heard anywhere outside the studio.  Reaction to the debut has been excellent and fans are even more amped up for the release of the accompanying music video and EP.

Also on the show were interviews with Chelsea Grin and Corrosion Of Conformity, plus great tracks from bands like Upon A Burning Body, In Flames and Motionless In White.

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Nothing To Protest



Mannequin Republic is pleased to announce that two of our bands will be part of the upcoming Volition Tour featuring one of Canada’s hottest alternative acts, Protest The Hero.

Protest The Hero will be rocking across Australia in September, including the first show in Brisbane to kick off the tour with Mannequin Republic’s very own Road To Ransome in the support slot and later, Protest The Hero hit Hobart in a show featuring Save The Clock Tower.

Brisbane fanatics get to The Hi-Fi (125 Boundary Street, West End) on Thursday September 4 as Protest The Hero play live with Caligula’s Horse and Road To Ransome.  Doors open at 7:30 pm and tickets are available for $50.90 through Metropolis Touring at

Hobart hardcore music fans get their chance on Sunday September 7 when Protest The Hero come down to see you with Save The Clock Tower and Incarcerate.  You … more...