Fearless Records are at it again, gearing up to release another Punk Goes Pop compilation album, lucky number 7!

While most artists picked for the albums are American, sometimes the Aussie bands get a look in. This time it’s the boys in The Amity Affliction, bringing the goods with their cover of The Weeknds ‘Can’t Feel My Face’.

The band have shown their inner zombie, releasing an Amity meets The Walking Dead video for the track. Although the band look a little bit dead in the clip, they breathe new life into the song that was overplayed on the radio, meanwhile adding a cute little high school zombie love story into the mix.

We’re digging it! See the music video below and have a listen!


PUNK GOES POP VOL. 7 is out on the 14th of July via Fearless Records

Feature Band – Double Lined Minority

Feature Artist of the Week – Double Lined Minority



Eddie Salazar – Vocals/Guitar

Cameron Griffiths – Vocals/Guitar

Blair Klein – Bass

Jack Merriman – Drums

Formed – 2009

Based- Brisbane


Vocalist and Guitarist of Double Lined Minority, Eddie Salazar answered some of our questions about the band and what they are about. If you haven’t heard about DLM before, I suggest you have a listen because they are one of the best up and coming bands out of Australia right now! 

 How did you guy form a band and when did you start?

Eddie: We have been DLM since 2009. Cameron and I met each other in a school play. We had a jam backstage and decided to form a band.

What genre do you consider the band to fit into?

Eddie: I’m not a fan of labels… I would say DLM is a rock band. We like catchy stuff so I guess we’re a pop rock band, but again we aren’t 5SOS. Some would say pop punk…but we don’t sound like The Story So Far or Neck Deep (The ‘pop punk trend’ at the moment). Maybe Alternative Pop Punk?

 Who are some of your influences and favourite bands?

Eddie: Individually we all aspire from different areas of music. I love bands like Foo Fighters and Fall Out Boy, Cameron and Blair love their rap music and Jack loves his heavy and chilled music. In the end it kind of influences the sound we are trying to achieve… maybe aha

What musical aspirations do you hold for the band in 2015?

Eddie: We are releasing our new EP soon, so we’re really excited for that. We’ve got heaps planned for it and we hope to travel again.

What has been the bands biggest highlight or achievement so far?

Eddie: Playing Big Day Out a couple of times, but the most fun has been selling out a couple of our headlining tour shows. Feels great!

 What is instore for DLM in the next few months?

Eddie: Next few months involve new music and shows and that’s what matters!

Check out the Double Lined Minority’s new EP ‘Caught In The Crossfire’ on the bands bandcamp: 

Follow them on their social media sites and watch some of their music videos below!

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Chunk! No Captain Chunk! announce new album!

unnamedChunk! No Captain Chunk! have announced that they will be releasing their third album, titled ‘Get Lost, Find Yourself’ on May 15th via Fearless Records/Unified!

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Track listing for ‘Get Lost, Find Yourself’

1. Playing Dead
2. City of Light
3. The Other Line
4. Set It Straight
5. Pull You Under
6. What Goes Around
7. Worst Case Scenario
8. Twist The Knife
9. Get Lost, Find Yourself
10. Every Moment

All Time Low release new music video!

Have you had the chance to check out All Time Low ‘s new music video for ‘Kids In the Dark’ yet? The song will feature on the bands new album ‘Future Hearts’ due for release on April 7th via Hopeless Records! If you weren’t keen for this new album already, after watching this music video… YOU WILL BE!


Belle Haven release new music video!

IMG_7897Belle Haven have released a music video for their song ‘The Looking Glass’ which will feature on the bands upcoming album ‘Everything Ablaze’ due for release on March 27th via Shock/Halfcut Records


Check out the  album details and the music video for ‘The Looking Glass’ below




Belle Haven – Everything Ablaze

Track Listing

1.Rolls And Fame (3:13)

  1. Tongues (4:11)
  2. Ornament (3:12)
  3. The Looking Glass (4:16)
  4. Paper Cup (3:20)
  5. Closet (3:34)
  6. Hunt For Health (1:22)
  7. Heartache Delusion (3:35)
  8. Two Trains (4:24)
  9. This Is A Congregation Now Sing (4:10)
  10. A Rebirth Of Self (2:08)
  11. Ms Black Dress (5:36)


Enter Shikari announce Australian tour!

enter_shikariGet ready Australia!

Enter Shikari have just announced that they will be returning to our shores in May in support of their new album ‘The Mindsweep’ which is out today here! joining them on the road will be none other than our own Hands Like Houses!

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Tuesday the 20th of January via

Mon 18 May Metropolis, Fremantle 18+
Wed 20 May HQ, Adelaide 18+
Fri 22 May The Forum, Melbourne 18+
Sat 23 May The Roundhouse, Sydney 18+
Sun 24 May The Tivoli, Brisbane 18+

You won’t want to miss this one!