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Tragic Earth Storm The Capital


Sat 25 Jul 2015, 8:00pm–12:00am

Where: The Basement, 2 Cohen Street, Belconnen, ACT

Restrictions: 18+


Listed by: gavinzacher

The surrounding states are coming to invade the ACT with a night of Hard rock, Punk and Metal Mayhem.

Dog's Breakfast (Wollongong)
Upside Down Miss Jane (Central Coast)
Tragic Earth (Victoria)
Frankenstein's Baby (Wollongong)

Melbourne's Tragic Earth are kicking off their 'Stumbelina' tour at the Basement in Canberra for Storm The Capital - Frankenstein's Baby, Tragic Earth, Dog's Breakfast & Upside Down Miss Jane on Saturday July 25, before rolling in to the iconic Cherry Bar in Melbourne's AC/DC Lane on Sunday July 26, joined by the crunching melodies of special guests The Soulenikoes, and New Zealand power groove of Logic Defies Logic.

Since making their debut in October 2014, Tragic Earth has released 2 singles, a debut EP and a music video, notching up 40+ shows across Victoria, South Australia, ACT and New South Wales including appearances at the three day 'French Fest' New Years Festival, Bendigo's four day 'Music Slam' festival and the Roadie Awards 2015, with Adelaide's Loud Fest locked in for October.

Debut EP and singles 'Feels Good, Could Be Better' and 'Obsessive Depressive' available digitally on iTunes, GooglePlay and more. Physical copies can be ordered from or directly via the band.

‘These guys punch out a raucous style of heavy Aussie pub rock, but it’s also pub rock with a difference. Sure, you can very comfortably swagger and sway your drunken way around the dancefloor/pit of a sweaty, sticky carpeted pub to this. But this band inject a little raunch and a little boogie into their sound as well, and this sets them apart from the tired, soundalike Aussie rock mob.’ - Rod Whitfield, SF Media

‘Tragic Earth makes sure you know what they're all about from the start by blasting through without a warning, maintaining a decadence redolent of 1980s hair metal as they strut through a cyclone of wailing, brazen guitars and vocals, an environment the four-piece group has clearly mastered by allowing the music to take Tragic Earth wherever it leads them while at the same time exerting full control of the reigns, making the musical maelstrom a purposeful and absolutely engrossing one.’ -Music Murmur

‘Turn up the volume and grab a beer as Tragic Earth spear out of the speakers. Dirty rock meets big metal wah-wah in the immensely satisfying four minutes of Feels Good, Could Be Better.’ - Emerging Indie