Entries by Resist Records

PRIDELANDS “LIGHT BENDS” OUT JANUARY 14

Melbourne-based, five-piece metal band Pridelands have announced the details of their highly anticipated debut studio album, Light Bends, out January 14, 2022, via Resist Records in Australia and SharpTone Records for the rest of the world. Light Bends was mixed by acclaimed producer George Lever at G1 Productions, UK (Sleep Token, Loathe) and mastered by […]

MIRRORS “THE EGO’S WEIGHT” OUT NOVEMBER 19

Formed in Gippsland in late 2016 by vocalist Patty Goodman and guitarist Tyson Taifer before welcoming Jack Mackin on bass and later Rob Brens on drums, metalcore outfit Mirrors quickly turned the eyes and ears of Australian listeners towards Regional Victoria with the release of their debut EP ‘Fool’s Paradise’ in 2017. ‘Fool’s Paradise’ was […]

POLARIS ANNOUNCE SPRING TOUR

Polaris have announced dates for their “Spring Tour” this October with very special guests Make Them Suffer, Justice For The Damned and Mirrors. POLARIS SPRING TOUR 2021with special guests Make Them Suffer, Justice For The Damned, Mirrors Wednesday 13 October: The Tivoli, Brisbane 18+ Friday 15 October: Reunion Park, Melbourne 18+ Saturday 16 October: Metropolis, Fremantle 18+ Thursday 21 […]

POLARIS ANNOUNCE VAGABOND TOUR AND CLIP

Polaris have just released the clip for “Vagabond” and have also announced the “Vagabond Tour” which will see the band hit regional spots on the east coast throughout June with special guests, Deadlights. Tickets go on-sale April 8th @ 5pm from http://destroyalllines.lnk.to/21PRTtix Watch “Vagabond”

AMENDS “TALES OF LOVE, LOSS AND OUTLAWS” OUT APRIL 23

Starting in the mid 2010s as an emo-rock revival outfit, Amends have expanded to incorporate a sound more focused on alt-country, heartland rock and folk-punk. Building their style across EP’s and their debut album ‘So Far From Home’, led them to support acts such as Lucero, The Menzingers and Luca Brasi. The strong development of […]

POST TRUTH “RESPONSES TO TRAUMA” OUT NOVEMBER 13

In the aftermath of the post-earthquake construction boom, when the steelworks had started winding down, an eerie silence fell over Newcastle; jobs were hard to find, businesses were boarded up. But, in the mid-nineties, a rumble could be felt beneath the surface. It wasn’t another tremor, it was a new generation of punk and hardcore […]