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Naberus

Naberus

May 26th 2018 @ The Bendigo Hotel

Collingwood, Australia
I Was There
About Naberus
Genres:
Metal
Band Members:
JAMES ASH:, VOCALS, , DAN RALPH:, GUITARS, , DANTE THOMSON:, GUITARS, , , JORDAN MITCHELL:, BASS, , CHRIS SHEPPARD:, DRUMS
Hometown:
Melbourne

Hailing from Melbourne Australia, Naberus are a five-piece metal band heavily influenced by melodic death, and thrash metal. After forming in 2009, the band released thei...
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Heavy AF
Saturday, May 26th, 2018
4:00 PM
The Bendigo Hotel
Collingwood, Australia
HEAVY AF - Heavy Music Festival' brings together some of the heavy-hitters in metal, hardcore/metalcore and progressive rock. Leading the charge is festival headliner, 'Boris The Blade', who are known for their 'balls-to-wall brand of technical deathcore'. 'Boris The Blade' enjoy an international following and reputation. The very popular 'Hollow World' play melodic death metal and are the main support at 'Heavy AF'.

Other brutal doses of metal, hardcore/metalcore and prog will come courtesy of 'In Deception' (EP launch), 'Naberus', 'Nothing', 'Annihilist', 'Earthbound', 'Notice Of Eviction', 'Hedron' and 'He Who Seeks Vengeance'.

The festival runs from 4pm til 12.30am at The Bendigo Hotel, Collingwood on Saturday 26th May. You get 8.5 hours of heavy music and ten bands for $10! (pre-sales and physical tickets purchased directly from the bands are only $8! - online pre-sales incur a booking fee)
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About Naberus
Genres:
Metal
Band Members:
JAMES ASH:, VOCALS, , DAN RALPH:, GUITARS, , DANTE THOMSON:, GUITARS, , , JORDAN MITCHELL:, BASS, , CHRIS SHEPPARD:, DRUMS
Hometown:
Melbourne

Hailing from Melbourne Australia, Naberus are a five-piece metal band heavily influenced by melodic death, and thrash metal. After forming in 2009, the band released thei...
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Fan Live Reviews
Dale
Melbourne, Australia@
The Workers Club
September 1st 2018
Mad night they put on a sick show