Three albums down, Code Orange are on the verge of a revolution. Ahead of their trip Down Under for Download ’19, Matt Doria catches up with shredder Reba Meyers to chat new music, influences and her new best friends at ESP.
The Brisbane trio just finished making their fourth album in LA, and now they're on a regional tour across Australia.
Getting down to the nitty gritty with two of Australia's biggest alt-rockers.
"As the entire room belted out the impossibly catchy 'Omen' refrain, it became as clear as the writings on the wall – Australia still loves The Prodigy."
At the ripe old age of 16, Lewis de Jong is a venerable guitar hero, tearing riffs in one of New Zealand’s most prized metal exports, Alien Weaponry. With their second tour of Oz around the corner, Matt Doria got de Jong on the line for a quality yarn.
The instrumentals on Olympic Girls are often so meticulous and mountain-esque that one listen is hardly enough to soak in every mind‑melting element at play.
The enormously juicy -Anon. tour kicks off next week!
"They're destined to go down in history amongst Australia's biggest and best, and shows like tonight's – the kind of show that punters look back on decades later with heartfelt reverence – are proof of that."
"You have to wonder if Slash took a page from Futurama's book and made a deal with the Devil for the perfect pair of soloing hands."
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