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Road To Ransome were recently rewarded with a last minute slot on the 2013 Van’s Warped Tour, where they were honoured to open the event in Brisbane on November 29.
Mannequin Republic would like to thank everyone at Warped Tour for not only including Road To Ransome, but making us all feel so welcome behind the scenes. Childhood idols were met, delicious food was eaten and a good time was had by all.
Special thanks to Beth Lucas who jumped up on stage for some guest vocals, Joel Adams for hanging around and of course all the awesome bands that we were lucky enough to see live, especially Parkway Drive, The Amity Affliction, New Found Glory and Tonight Alive.
Also, massive thanks to everyone who came out early to see the opening band and rocking out with us. We hope you enjoyed yourselves as much as we did.
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Brisbane deathcore act Bayharbour have been making strides and turning heads over the last several weeks. Their latest endeavor is the release of a brand new single called “Plague” which will be featured on the upcoming Reawaken album.
To celebrate the release of this new track from Bayharbour, the band will be touring a few regional hot spots around Queensland and New South Wales.
Catch them this Friday, December 13, for Rudolph’s Revenge at Tall Poppy Studio (3/629 Toohey Road, Salisbury, Brisbane) with The Sweet Apes, Far Away Stables, Hope In Hand, Hey Denise and Skies Collide. See more here.
The next day, Saturday December 14 at the Condong Bowling Club (McLeod Street) in Condong, New South Wales. See more here.
Mannequin Republic would like to thank everyone who made the Halloween night gig with Dream On Dreamer and As Paradise Falls such an awesome event.
Major props to all the bands who shared the stage with us including A Skylit Drive, No Bragging Rights, Hellions and of course, Dream On Dreamer.
Also thanks to the great folks at The Tempo Hotel (388 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley) for providing such an awesome venue for alternative music acts to perform at as well as the Destroy All Lines crew for organising the event.
Make sure you check out some great photos from the event provided by Luke McClean of Art For Albums + Shoots For Bands, who always does amazing work. You can see the As Paradise Falls album on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.613860265340135.1073741828.110885135637653&type=1.
Last but not least, thank you to all the fanatics that came out to see As Paradise Falls, … more…