Sydney exhausting rockers Avalanche are again with their new single ‘Get Again (to F*ckwit Metropolis)’, out now through X-Ray Information. ‘Get Again (to F*ckwit Metropolis)’) is the comply with as much as their latest single ‘Everlasting Ink’.
Avalanche are 4 misfits from Sydney’s west, enjoying electrifying, roof-crashing, rock n’ roll for a brand new technology.
‘Get Again (to F*ckwit Metropolis)’ is a uncooked, punchy and anthemic ode to the band’s hometown and the often-fascinating civilians which reside in it. Recorded at DEF WOLF Studios with producer and engineer Mark Matula, the observe utilises a heat, old-school really feel, virtually recorded stay within the studio with a no fills, no-frills, guitar-in-amp, stripped-back method. That is the tune you may be singing in your head everytime you’re caught in visitors, once you miss your practice, when your boss pi**es you off, when your of us kick you out, once you’re lower off on the bar… once you’re urinating on a metropolis wall in entrance of a cop. That is your tune.
Just lately signed to X-Ray Information, Avalanche are 4 misfits from Sydney’s west, enjoying electrifying, roof-crashing, rock n’ roll for a brand new technology. Forming and rehearsing in an previous metal manufacturing unit in 2018, the band have firmly cemented themselves into the sticky flooring of the nationwide underground scene in simply 2 brief years, with main nationwide & worldwide airplay, 4 main releases, continuous gigging and touring, and their very own music competition.
Avalanche are exhausting rock. Actual sincere to God exhausting rock, as solely 20-somethings from Sydney’s West; well-known for producing tradies, drongo’s and long-arse Centrelink queues; can do. Tinged by the affect of their dad’s document assortment and the soiled pub rock of Australia’s previous, however performed by way of the interpretation of their very own technology. Avalanche have moulded and captured their signature sound & stay present in ‘Get Again (To Fuckwit Metropolis)’, one which routinely leaves the viewers lined in blood, sweat and spit – and strolling away feeling such as you’ve simply been punched within the intestine.
Latest single ‘Everlasting Ink’ has reached over 5k streams on Spotify and the Music Video has reached over 23k views on YouTube and 102k+ on Fb. Should you like tattoos, sweaty musicians, bras getting thrown on stage, and the mighty Thor… you’ll love the music video. It was partly shot at Blacktown Tattoo, a legendary tattoo studio in Sydney’s west, with the remaining was shot at Avalanche of Rock Fest, the band’s personal bi-annual music competition at Crowbar, Sydney, which featured a whopping 11 band line-up together with such native legends as C.O.F.F.I.N., The Darrans, Fait Accompli and Eightball Junkies. Moreover, the band’s very first EP Despatched From Hell launched in Might 2019, has bought over 1200 bodily copies worldwide, spearheaded by their worldwide distributor Sliptrick Information. The band have loved repeated airplay throughout all their releases on over 150+ nationwide & worldwide radio stations, podcasts and playlists with their final two singles ‘Everlasting Ink’ and ‘Balls Deep’ reaching Valley FM 89.5’s, Banks Radio Australia and Radio Alliance’s High 10 within the charts in March 2020 and February 2019 respectively.
The band have been interviewed, reviewed and featured in a large number of native and worldwide publications together with Heavy Magazine, Blissful Magazine, Hysteria Magazine, The Music, The Sydney Morning Herald, VENTS Journal and numerous extra. Despatched From Hell was additionally a runner up within the 4th Annual Lovely Automobile Crash Podcast Awards for Greatest Australian Rock E.P. of 2019, alongside Fangz, Black Aces, Echo Del Tusker and winners; Dangerous Moon Born. In February, the band had been requested to host the Steel Categorical Radio Visitor DJ hour, who’s earlier hosts included members of Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Y&T, Exodus and extra. And in August, the band was interviewed stay on ABC Illawarra’s ‘Drive’ by the notorious Lindsay ‘The Physician’ McDougall from Frenzal Rhomb, and on VOX FM Wollongong, in promotion of the band’s most up-to-date string of reveals in Sydney and the Illawarra.