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Every once in awhile you come across a band that was just meant to be on your playlist and that you can get excited about going to their gigs and feel passionate enough to share their music with your friends.
That’s the way music enthusiast Damien Murphy felt when he came across Trinatyde through a series of near-misses and coincidences that lead him to becoming such a fan of the band that he had to share it on his website.
The post is featured as part of Mosh Pit Mondays on the website Forever Falling Short, which features some great introductions to new bands, particularly in the Brisbane, Queensland area.
Make sure you check out this interesting perspective on Trinatyde right now by going to http://www.foreverfallingshort.com.au/2016/05/mosh-pit-monday-57-trinatyde.html. Major thanks to Damien for the enthusiasm and effort in the underground music projects he’s a part of.… more...
This year’s El Grande Fest in Brisbane and Gladstone was largely hailed as one of the best local festivals of the summer and will certainly be a top contender for event of the year.
Mannequin Republic was stoked to have our very own Bayharbour as part of the lineup for both shows and for the coverage they received in the reviews for El Grande. One of the more entertaining media appearances the band made was recently released through AAA Backstage.
The excellent production team from AAA Backstage sat down with vocalist Jay Sibthorpe and bassist Ryan Oxford to go over some of the most pressing issues of the day, including spirit animals, wizard powers, terrible Christmas gifts and party tricks.
They also throw guitarist Marcus Parente under the bus as the laziest member of Bayharbour. Catch this quick, but fun, interview on the AAA Backstage YouTube channel right now by … more...
Although continuing to play a featured role every month on the hit Metal Of Honor and Metal United Down Under shows around Brisbane, the lads in Trinatyde have been keeping a fairly low profile over 2016.
No official plans have been released, but the band has teased several times on social media that a major change is coming for Trinatyde. Rumours of new material may spark a shift in the image of the band as a potential release date gets closer.
In the meantime, make sure you check out Trinatyde on one of their upcoming live shows across the east coast of Queensland as the band continues to impress longterm fans and win over new supporters.