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I Killed the Prom Queen (AU) + The Browning (US) + Feed Her to the Sharks (AU) + Empires Fade + To Kill Achilles + Imminence + Halfpace
I Killed the Prom Queen is an Australian metalcore band which formed in 2000 in Adelaide, South Australia with mainstays JJ Peters on drums and Jona Weinhofen on guitar. The band featured prominently on the Australian live music scene and toured the USA, Japan and parts of Europe several times. They issued two studio albums, When Goodbye Means Forever... (2003) and Music for the Recently Deceased (2006) – the latter reached the top 30 on the ARIA Albums Chart.
The group split up in April 2007 when Weinhofen joined United States band Bleeding Through and Peters joined Australian hardcore punk group Deez Nuts. I Killed the Prom Queen reformed to play a farewell tour in mid-2008 and released a live album and DVD, Sleepless Nights...
The Browning is a four-piece deathcore/electronica band comprised of veterans from the Dallas, Texas and Kansas City, Missouri music scenes.
Fronted by former As Blood Runs Black vocalist Jonny McBee (vocals/electronics) the band also includes Brian Cravey (guitars), Jesse Glidewell (bass) and Noah Robertson (drums), Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Feed Her To The Sharks are a modern melodic metalcore band based in Melbourne, Australia.
They released their debut album in early 2010 called "The Beauty of Falling".
They are said to be one of the most underated metal acts in the new generation of metalcore bands. Their massive breakdowns, tech riffs and powering vocals are making them one of Australia's biggest metalcore acts today.
Feed Her To The Sharks signed to Victory Records in 2014. Check out the [url=http://[officialsite]www.victorymerch.com/store/feedhertothesharks]Feed Her To The Sharks merch store. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.