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3:30pm, Sun 7 March, 2021

Event Details

The Heavy Metal March Sunday Sesh March 7th is set to go off with 5 bands coming together from the South East Queensland Metal Scene.

Magnertron is hard hitting !!
Their latest release "Can You Smell the Roses " was released early 2020.
Coming back to the Brisbane music scene after 3 years away they are ready to melt faces .

Formed in 2019 with Wade on vocals, Ari on guitar, Geordie on bass, and Azusa on drums the and is based in Brisbane.
Their unique but aggressive progressive sound has a mixture of alternative metal groove and psychedelic twists with extra heavy vocals.
Following their first single, Empty Vessel, they released their second single, "When The Sun Consumes The Moon " late 2020.
They will keep the music coming and are pulling no punches to shake the metal lovers' necks till they snap

Get ready for a high energy set FULL of HEAVY METAL MADNESS with Brisbane thrashers, Daniel | Jayden | Cody | Calvin
Formed in 2019, Ancient Remains arrived on the heavy metal scene blasting a full, original set of shredding THRASH to melodic GROOVE, they are here to rip the stage up and get heads banging.
"Bang that head that doesn’t bang.” – R. Burch ‘83

𝐃𝐞𝐜𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐫'𝐬 𝐃𝐞𝐚𝐝𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐞
Brisbane based post-hardcore /alternative rock band. Influenced by A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon and Old School Metal
Zac - Ben - Hayden – Brodie

Hourglasses are a Brisbane-based post-hardcore band founded in 2018. Formed by members of previous and current Brisbane bands such as Arrivals, Elsewhere Bound and Grizzlyshark, they’ve been writing and recording ever since, with heavy-hitting drums, chunky metal riffs, catchy lead guitar lines and aggressive, hard-hitting lyrics.
They draw stylistic inspiration from metalcore, pop punk and melodic hardcore, influenced from bands like Bullet For My Valentine, Hands like Houses, Atreyu and Alexisonfire. Hourglasses released a single in 2020, ‘One Trick Pony’, soon to be followed up by a six track EP entitled ‘Erase The Past’, featuring songs covering a wide variety of topics from abandonment to toxic relationships to frustration playing video games online.