Author: Josh Nixon

Josh is about as metal as Canberrans get. He's also mates with everyone in the Aussie scene, and he writes our Metalise column. Send him gigs, loud noises and devilish hand gestures at doomtildeath@hotmail.com.
Precursor

[Album Review] Precursor – ‘Little People Big Defects’

Review by Josh Nixon Almost 30 years ago the Drill Hall Gallery used to share the building with 2XX community radio ...
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[Album Review] Space Boozies ‘I Feel Alright!’

Four Stars This Woy Woy 3 piece are made up of Leith on drums and vocals, Michael on guitar and ...
Metallise April

Metallise April

So the Basement with its ever expanding main room has had some great international structural integrity and capacity checks last ...
Hottest 100s & 1000s to Infinity

Hottest 100s & 1000s to Infinity

2014 marked 25 years of Triple J's endlessly interesting musical anthropological democracy, the Hottest 100. It also triggered an idea ...
Voivod - A Perpetual Future

Voivod – A Perpetual Future

Last year Canada’s Voivod released their 14th studio album The Wake, and left the rock writing community still scratching to ...
Metallise December 2018

Metallise December 2018

2018 is in the books you can read my top 7 for the year but I'm gonna put my hand ...
Lucifungus, Mule & Yoko Oh No Play The Phoenix

Lucifungus, Mule & Yoko Oh No Play The Phoenix

Canberra doom 2 piece Lucifungus join Mule & Yoko Oh No at The Phoenix Saturday December 1st. The band announced ...
Metallise October 2018

Metallise October 2018

Chaos in the Capital strikes this Saturday night headlined by the band whom have not had a comeback but rather a ...
Power Trip

[Gig Review] Power Trip, Shackles, Mental Cavity @ The Basement, 23 Sep

Ergh, Sunday night gigs aren't great for Monday hangovers and bangovers. Mental Cavity kicked off proceedings at the very sensible ...
Metallise September

Metallise September

We've gone into international band overload here in Canberra just in time for spring. We kick off the month with ...
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