PAPA ROACH haven't been to Australia since 2002. It's been a long time coming and we can't wait to hear the new songs from F.E.A.R as well as the classics
Very rarely does an artist come along that defies the boundaries of convention and remains relevant in a storied career spanning over two decades selling in excess of 50 million albums. Blazing a trail of controversy and originality, MARILYN MANSON remains a complete spectacle delivering one of the most creative and entertaining live shows in the world today and something that should without question be on everyone’s “List of things to see and do before you die” – Sounds Magazine
There are metal bands and then there is LAMB OF GOD.
Soundwave are proud to have the Australian Exclusive Premiere of the new Papa Roach album 'F.E.A.R.'
Bassist Tobin Esperance says about the album - "It’s a heavy record, but there’s something very spiritual about it too. It’s definitely that ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ kind of thing. It’s positive. It has some moments where it’s really heavy, but it’s a positive record.”
FEAR FACTORY are currently working on their new album which will be out after Soundwave 2015. In the meantime,
A rock god that needs no introduction, but we’ll well and truly give him one anyway.
SLASH has been churning out some of the most iconic guitar riffs and solos in modern rock for more than three decades. A member of the Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall Of Fame for his role in the classic line-up of Guns N’ Roses and the spine-tingling opening riff he penned for the band’s trademark hit Sweet Child O’ Mine topped the list of ‘The 100 Greatest Riffs’ as voted by readers of UK’s Total Guitar magazine.
Iconic rock gods, INCUBUS are unparalleled in their ability to shift moods and textures at the drop of a dime, proving that they have become a rare thing: a modern rock band that actually grows and improves with each album.