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Karnivool To Perform Sound Awake Album Live

by Paul Cashmere

Karnivool will tour in April performing their second album ‘Sound Awake’ from start to finish.

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Deftones

Deftones To Tour Australia In November

by Paul Cashmere

Deftones will return to Australia in November for national dates with Karnivool.

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Nick Cave, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

APRA Shortlist 20 Song of the Year Contenders

by Paul Cashmere

With the APRA Music Awards heading to Brisbane in June, APRA have revealed 20 songs up for the major award Song of the Year.

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Birds Of Tokyo Announce First 2014 Dates

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo have locked in some very different shows for their first dates for 2014 in February.

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Karnivool Asymmetry Is Australia’s Forth Faster Seller Of 2013

by Paul Cashmere

Karnivool’s ‘Asymmetry’ sold 15,176 copies in Australia last week making it the forth fastest selling album of 2013 and the second fastest selling Australian album for first week sales.

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Ian Kenny Of Karnivool Describes 2013 As A Nutball Year

by Paul Cashmere

Karnivool and Birds of Tokyo lead singer Ian Kenny has described 2013 as a “nutball year” after become the first artist ever to debut at number one in two different active bands in the same calendar year.

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ARIA Album Update: Karnivool Asymmetry Is Number One

by Gavin Ryan

2013 is shaping up to be the best year for No.1 albums by Australian acts this decade, as the eighth local act to hit the top are Karnivool, who take their third album “Asymmetry” straight in at No.1 on the ARIA Albums chart this week.

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Ian Kenny’s Karnivool And Birds Of Tokyo Debut At Number One

by Paul Cashmere

Ian Kenny, lead singer for both Karnivool and Birds of Tokyo, has become the first person ever to debut at number one in two different bands in the same year on the Australian chart.

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Midweek Chart Report Looks Good For Karnivool

by Gavin Ryan

Avicii could be headed for a fourth a week at No.1 with his track “Wake Me Up”, but there are a bunch of British boys who are challenging him for the top spot in Australia this week, One Direction and their new track “Best Song Ever”.

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Papa Roach

Papa Roach And Lit Among 49 New Acts Added To Download Line-up

by Music-News.com

Papa Roach, Rise To Remain, Gogol Bordello, Lit, Escape The Fate and Blitz Kids are amongst the 49 new acts added to the Download 2013 line up, in what is set to be THE biggest weekend in the rock calendar.

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