Monthly Archives: October 2014

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Mannequin Republic would like to thank everyone involved with the excellent event held on August 2 at the Hi-Fi Bar (123 Boundary Street) in Brisbane’s West End.  It was an awesome night for the local heavy music and metal scene that we were stoked to be a part of.

For those of you who were there live in attendance you will know that once again Mannequin Republic’s own Trinatyde stole the show and got the crowd moving along with a host of other great metal acts including Among The Vanished, End Us, Sensaii, Eye of the Enemy, Floodsnake, Kick The Butterfly and Symbolic Weapon.

Heaps of thanks to the Hi-Fi Bar for being one of the best live music venues in the city and providing a proper space for metal, heavy and hardcore acts to perform.  Also thanks to the even organisers at Tall Poppy and Pushworth Group.

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The Darkest Interviews

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Brisbane based A Breach Of Silence have been gaining more and more attention from our cousins in America with the release of their brand new album The Darkest Road, garnering rave reviews and interview requests from several of the hottest underground heavy music publishers.  They are all worth a read and thoroughly entertaining.

Bass player Blair Layt talks with blogazine Nataliez World about the ins and outs of The Darkest Road, some of his personal experiences and contributions to the album, touring and working with Fredrik Nordstrum and Heinrik Udd for the second time.  You can read the full article at

Guitarist Mat Cosgrove gives some excellent insight to the folks at Headbanger Reviews, going over the more technical aspects of the sound and equipment used on the album, the recording process and writing future material.  It’s well worth the read for anyone interested in the technical … more...

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A Nice Hook

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Massive thanks to Q-Music for hosting the recent line up of events called “The Hook Up Sessions” in Brisbane over August.  Mannequin Republic was proud to be invited to join the “PR and Marketing” segment of the series held at the Underdog Pub (186 Brunswick Street) on August 19.

It was an honour to meet so many active musicians and industry people in the same room and get a taste of just how diverse the local music scene is in Brisbane.  It was a pleasure to meet all of you and were glad so many of you local artists came up to talk with us.

We would also like to thank the other guests for sharing the stage us, including Stephen Green, Julia Bridger, Emma-Kay Christensen, Ben Preece, Evan Alexander and Melanie Lewis.

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A Paradise Of Merch

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With the release of As Paradise Falls’s brand new EP, Save Yourself, you can bet there will be a heap of awesome gear to go along with it.  To celebrate the band’s heaviest, dirtiest and most mind-blowing collection of songs to date, the boys in As Paradise Falls have got some great new tees, singlets and physical CDs for you to enjoy.

You can check them all out for yourself right now on the band’s official web store at

On the site, you can get your physical copy of the brand new Save Yourself EP, 3 new t-shirt designs, including the band in their “masked” studio shot, the album artwork of the EP and the special edition “bleed” character shirt, plus the “Paradise-meister” deer logo singlet.

There’s so much to choose from, you might just snap from all the excellent new designs.  Get your hot new merch … more...

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Bombshell The Clock Tower

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Tasmanian post-hardcore band Save The Clock Tower have gained a lot of momentum and attention with their first official full length album, Wasteland and the follow up music video to the single “These Diseases.”  To get some greater insight into the band’s success,  Bombshell Magazine asked vocalist Luke Vaessen the tough questions on how it all came about.

The article has been published on the official Bombshell Magazine website, which you can read right now at

In the article, Luke reveals some of the motivation and meaning behind the album, the story behind the cover artwork and the band’s experiences in the recording studio with the blokes at FatLip Studios in Davenport and Five Stone Studios in Launceston.

It’s well worth the read and an excellent insight on the life and times of a heavy music band putting out their first album.  Make sure you check it out … more...

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