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These Four Walls

These Four Walls

Dec 16th 2016 @ Crowbar

Fortitude Valley, Australia
I Was There
Friday, December 16th, 2016
9:00 PM
Crowbar
Fortitude Valley, Australia
Into The Distance Entertainment presents the Killer Instincts Tour 2016, showcasing rising local talent from across Australia and New Zealand at venues along the East Coast of Australia.

The tour rolls into Crowbar Brisbane on Friday December 16th with a killer line up featuring The Iron Eye, Ten Thousand, These Four Walls and Flynn Effect

The Iron Eye:
The Iron Eye are a rock trio hailing from Brisbane, Australia.Having just returned from Tom Larkin's Studios In The City Melbourne, the band are preparing to unleash their EP "Foreign Bodies"

With Tom Larkin in the producer's chair and Samuel K (The Getaway Plan, Gatherer) on the mixing console the new record is due out in Spring 2016.
To kick off their EP release they are unleashing their first single “Just Started” which will be available Friday 2nd September.

In 2015 they released the single "Different" which received airplay on Triple M nationally and the video was added to rotation on Channel V LOUD Australia.

The Iron Eye has just recently supported Shihad, DZ Deathrays and Harts as well as the following: King of the North, Grenadiers, Sydonia, Jerrico, The Dead Love, Guards of May, Sub Atari Knives, Rick Dangerous and the Silky Bantams and Nine Sons of Dan.

Ten Thousand:
Since Tales from the Wasteland (© 2011 LMG), Ten Thousand have consistently delivered with confidence and grit whilst developing their spell-binding live shows, supporting an impressive list of home-grown talent such as Dead Letter Circus, The Living End, King of the North, Dallas Frasca and Massive.

A MusicOz nomination culminated in the band opening The Australian Independant Music Awards while also earning a nomination in the controversial, inaugural Cherry Awards. Via the festival circuit, they’ve shared bills with international heavyweights Aerosmith, Van Halen, Richie Ramone and Buckcherry.

They have enjoyed national and international commercial and independent radio-play and tracks from First Light make up the soundtrack to tattoo doco-show, Bondi Ink, screened in over 40 countries worldwide.

Now Ten Thousand are back out on the road with their new single ‘Night Is My Ally’, due out November 17th.


These Four Walls:
These Four Walls are a hard rock band originally formed in Auckland, New Zealand and now based on Queensland’s Gold Coast. They’ve recorded and released two full-length albums, Down Falls an Empire (2009) and Living to Write the End (2012).

The band are perhaps best known for their live shows, which are typically loud, heavy and tight with uniquely powerful vocal performances from singer Steve Gibb. This reputation has earned the band support slots for several touring international bands including Disturbed, Nickelback and Trivium, as well as top Australian rock acts Karnivool and The Butterfly Effect.

And most impressively, they’ve achieved all of this as an unsigned, independent act. Their successes to date have been the result of hard work, a dedication to crafting great rock songs, and their impressive live performances.


Flynn Effect:
If there is one word that best describes the music of Brisbane'sFlynn Effect it would be powerful. Blending the never-fail rock arsenal of a thunderous rhythm section with a wall of guitar, blistering synths and a powerhouse vocalist, the band are capable of reaching an almost impossible velocity.

Surfacing as a live band in 2014, Flynn Effect have established themselves within their scene as a force to be reckoned with – delivering music with a theatrical flair. The band's debut album, 'Skin', was released in October of that year, serving as the perfect introduction to Flynn Effect and their unique sound. Stitching together styles that span decades of music, 'Skin' showed that the band didn't just have a throttle but also control and grace where needed... creating a diverse fabric of highs and lows, tempo changes, and hooks built upon sweeping western and eastern melodies.

Picking up where 'Skin' left off, their upcoming single 'All For Love' comes equipped with super-sized hooks and musical nuance alike; switching from one end of the rock spectrum to the other in a heartbeat. 'All For Love' shows the boundless potential that Flynn Effect wield – taking the band to the next level, as they prepare to release a sophomore album even more ambitious than its predecessor.

All For Love is out September 30 via all good digital retailers.

Tickets on sale Monday 24th October from Oztix, the venue and the bands!