Monthly Archives: July 2013

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Unbound Tour In Press

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Fanatics across Australia are looking forward to seeing Melbourne’s hottest post-hardcore band break it down live on stage at venues around the country this month.  The band has worked hard over the last several months and been turning heads with their latest single “Unbound” released in May.

On behalf of This Fiasco, Mannequin Republic would like to thank our good mates in the media for helping spread the word about the Unbound Tour.

Thanks specifically to Chucking A Mosh for releasing the news early on their excellent new site.  You can read the full thing at

Also check out the complete tour dates and details published by Bombshell Magazine on their official website at

We hope all of you will come out and see This Fiasco live as they hit Adelaide, Melbourne, Peth, Leederville, Lilydale, Toowoomba and Brisbane starting tonight and going throughout August.  See more … more...

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Metal & Core Compilation

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Paradise In Exile have been included in a massive compilation project put on by the fine folks from the Metal & Core web blog.

The compilation features an insane 54 song track list, including “Supremacy” by Mannequin Republic’s own Paradise In Exile.  Plus heaps of other underground rock, metal and hardcore bands that will melt your brain with their heavy sounds.

The full compilations is available for free download right now on high quality MP3 and FLAC format.  Just head over to the official Metal & Core Bandcamp page and download the full 54 track or pick and choose the ones you want.

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Thrilled With Ransome

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Road To Ransome have become a fixture at the Destroy All Lines scene shows over the last year and in August they’re coming back for even more.

Kick off the month on Thursday August 1 with a little taste as Road To Ransome drummer and would be front man Jake Solway pulls out the acoustic guitar again for another pop and punk covers session by his solo project Elegies.  Maybe bass player Charlie Brunello will join in again this time.

Next on Thursday August 15, throw your hands in the air for Snitch’s hip hop covers night as Road To Ransome headline the event with their own version of your favourite rap and crunk beats.  See more here.

Finally on Saturday August 31, brace yourself for the month to go out with a bang as Road To Ransome support the awesome Hand Of Mercy for Snitch’s UV party.  Throw … more...

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Alesana On Tour

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If you missed the news, American hardcore rock heavyweights, Alesana are coming to Australia for a special 7 show tour featuring Mannequin Republic’s own Save The Clock Tower.

Alesana are known around the world for their musical creativity and incredible live performances.  We are proud to have Save The Clock Tower selected to tour alongside them across Australia.

We are also very pleased that another great band on our roster, This Fiasco, were invited to play with Alesana at the Lilydale Showgrounds on the Melbourne leg of the tour.

Check them out when they come to a city near you.

Wednesday August 7 at the Amplifier Bar in Perth with Avastera, Cupid Falls and Illuminator.  Doors open at 7:30 pm and entry is 18+ only.  (Save The Clock Tower not appearing.)

Thursday August 8 at Fowlers Live in Adelaide with Save The Clock Tower, Seconds Before Sunrise, At Fates Mercy … more...

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This Fiasco Inpress

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Melbourne’s favourite street press mag, Inpress, recently featured This Fiasco in a plug for their latest single, “Unbound”.  Fanatics in the Melbourne city area may have noticed the quarter page feature in issue 1279 from June 19, 2013.

In case you missed it, head over to the Inpress archive right now and check out their free back catalog.  Issue 1279 can be read at  This Fiasco can be seen at the top of page 39.

Thanks to the gang over at Inpress and The Music Publishing Group for having This Fiasco as part of their issue and we look forward to more collaboration with the leader in Australian street press and Mannequin Republic in the future.… more...

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