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by on October 31, 2022

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Hamish Cowan of Cordrazine calls his band “a moment on time”. In 1998 Cordrazine had a Top 10 album in Australia with ‘’From Here To Eternity’ and then broke up. They reformed in 2010 for a second album ‘Always Coming Down’ and then split again.

Well guess what. Its 25 year since ‘From here To Eternity’ and that has ignited the spark for Cordrazine to get back together again for what may be the very last time. One show, there are no more planned … but there might be.

Hamish Cowan spoke with’s Paul Cashmere

with Special Guests Greenhouse and The Killjoys (in trio mode)

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