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Ian Kenny, Karnivool, Big Day Out, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

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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Birds Of Tokyo, Ian Kenny, Karnivool, Noise11, Photo

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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Birds of Tokyo, Noise11, photo

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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Muse - Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Image: noise11.com

Muse And Birds Of Tokyo Announce Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Muse will return to Australia and start a nation tour in Perth with Birds of Tokyo on November 30.

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Bon Jovi photo by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, photo

Birds Of Tokyo Outsells Bon Jovi In First Week Sales

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo number one debut last week outsold the Bon Jovi one number debut this week.

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Birds Of Tokyo March Fires Debuts At Top Of ARIA Albums

by Gavin Ryan

The fourth studio album for Birds of Tokyo entitled “March Fires” becomes the bands first ARIA No.1 album this week, but they’ve been building up to this chart placement since album number two.

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