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Bayharbour Under The Ether



Mannequin Republic would like to thank everyone who came out to be part of the epic Ether Tour stop in Brisbane, which rocked the house down at Crowbar in Fortitude Valley on December 8.

The show was headlined by Make Them Suffer, who made the long trip over from Perth to play this show, alongside DVSR, Iconoclast, Foxblood and Mannequin Republic’s own Bayharbour, who played their first show after the launch of the brand new Time Lapse album and their final performance of the year.

Mad props to Crowbar for supplying the venue and one of the best sounding setups in the city, New World Artists and NMA Management for organising things behind the scenes, all the great bands and of course all the amazing fans who came out to jump around.  It was a pleasure to party with you and we hope to do it again very soon.… more...

Metal Tales Trailer



For those in the know, our very own A Breach Of Silence are having their music featured in a video game.  A video game about metal!  The title track from their 2014 album “Dead Or Alive” will be included on the sound track for Metal Tales: Fury of the Guitar Gods.

In case you have any doubts about how awesome this is, the creators of the game released a teaser trailer on YouTube so you can see what this birds-eye-view action shooter is like.  See it right now at

The game was created by Nuberu Games and released through popular gaming engine Steam.  If you’re ready to rock, you can download your own copy of Metal Tales: Fury of the Guitar Gods right now by going to

Keep your ears open for more news on A Breach Of Silence here at

Gravemind On Facebook



Bayharbour fanatics out there that haven’t had enough of the third single release from Bayharbour’s debut full length album, head over to Facebook right now and give “Gravemind” another spin.

One of the heavier Bayharbour tunes in quite some time, “Gravemind” features the all the band’s hallmarks, powerful drumming, dynamic vocals and well crafted guitar riffs, but with a heavier bite than they last few singles Bayharbour has put out.

Get over to Facebook right now at and check out “Gravemind” again.  It’s a great tune to rock out to on a Sunday night.… more...