Heavy bands unite for good cause
FIVE heavy bands from the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane will hit the stage the The V Room in Noosa for the Mosh For Daniel on Friday, November 18.
The event is a fundraiser for the Daniel Morcombe Foundation and came about when David Dean and Garth Douglas got together with Dean Morcombe to plan and organise the first festival in November 2014.
That took place at The Sands Tavern, Maroochydore, with 10 bands playing on it to raise money for the foundation.
Dean's band "Holistic” was on the bill and will be back again this year, alongside "Darkc3ll”, "Chronolyth”, "Plague The City”, "Unbound” and "Tombstone”.
Soul-crushing beats, powerhouse industrial grooves, topped with a layer of dirty rock'n'roll swagger - this only begins to describe this musical juggernaut.
The baand's debut album "Reboot: Repeat” offers a soundtrack that will push the boundaries in a scene currently plagued by mediocrity and commercialism.
Packed with stadium level hooks and industrial flavoured anthems, this debut will leave listeners wanting more.
Featuring songs such as "Hate Anthem”, "7 Sins” and the infectious "Lost My Mind (In America)”, the release offers a solid track list that will appeal to fans of Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Static X, Dope and Rammstein.
Also featured is a dirty electro remix of "Lost My Mind” by USA act "Pull Out Kings”.
Having shared the stage with Static-X, Wednesday 13, Combichrist, Hanzel und Gretel and Genitorturers, Darkc3ll are known for putting on a show that will keep audiences hooked from beginning to end.
J.Dracman (vox) and Postmortem Matt (guitars, electro, synths) form the backbone of this chaotic live act, rounded out by the abrasive Scott Wade (drums) and Rit Derelict (bass).
This five-piece new wave metal band is based on the Sunshine Coast.
Formed in 2012 and are planning on taking the heavy metal world by storm, the band's debut EP "Perception of Reality” was released in 2015.
With their brutal but melodic duelling guitar riffs, fat bass lines, flat out precision drumming mixed with ferocious and brutal vocals, this band is one to watch out for in the future.
Pre-sold tickets for this gig are on sale now from Moshtix online and will be available at the door on the night.
After costs are covered, all proceeds will go to The Daniel Morcombe Foundation.
Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets: $10 plus booking fee pre-sold from Moshtix and $15 at the door on the night.