Welcome to Psychosis Saturdays, from the minds that bring you Metal of Honor & No Fate Records Records. Fortnightly Saturdays at the Chardy, showcasing Australia's premiere rock & metal acts. September 27th we bring you a night of POWER when one of Victoria's premiere powermetal acts Knightmare come to town! Also making the trip up to Brisbane and releasing their new EP are Nsw's melodic powerhouse Avarin. With them on the night Brisso favorites Gorefield, Prophets Of War & Feed join them to cap off this huge event! Dont miss out Brisbane, support your local metal so get on down to the chardy this September and wreck your fuckin neck! Doors 7pm 18+ $15 KNIGHTMARE 1120-12 GOREFIELD 1030-11 AVARIN 930-1010 PROPHETS OF WAR 840-910 FEED 750-820
Get on down to the Chardy this August for Metal of Honor your dose of FREE LOCAL ROCK & METAL. This time we have some awesome old favorites and some new up and comers! DTAK, Feed, Nescient, Home by Sudden Landslide & Morrigan Crow. Dont miss out Brisbane! Support local music and come rock the fuck out FOR FREE this August! Doors 7pm 18+ FREE ENTRY DTAK 1120-12 FEED 1030-11 NESCIENT 940-1010 HBSL 850-920 MORRIGAN CROW 8--830
Who? Acorea, FEED, The MOLOTOV, Flannelette. When? Saturday 21st of June, Doors @ 6pm - Bands @7pm - $10 entry - 18+ Where? Stones Corner Hotel, 346 Logan Rd, Greenslopes .
We are very pleased to announce Queensland's premiere Prog Metal band, FEED, and the arrival of Imperius Rex and Red Shift aboard the Brisbane soundscape. Three high-performance bands to engage the senses and imagination. Turn it up.
Sounds Like: Tool, Faith No More, COG, Floater, Red Sparowes
Manager: We are looking, but for the moment we are self-managed
Bio: FEED are a Brisbane based heavy rock/progressive group known for their powerful and transfixing sound. “Made unique through their layering of eerie samples over waves of dissonant guitar tones, FEED’s set is one of the strongest post-metal/alternative/hard rock/whatever shows on the local scene”...See Full Bio
“Terra nullius, land belonging to no one.. Great idea for a song. An immediate percussive punch launches this song into a steady groove reminiscent of a late 90's progressive mosh. It's an emotional song as far as vocals go, lots of group chorus, and not just your average shitty group oooh aaaah's, but the sound of screaming voices obviously submitting to the grip of war/hatred. The more times I've listened, the more it's grown. I love this vocalist's soft approach to melody and harmony. 4 out of 5, but I think that if I listened to it another few times, I'd give it a 5.”