Today (January 26) is Australia Day. According to Wikipedia, it “marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Sydney Cove, New South Wales, and raising of the Flag of Great Britain at that site by Governor Arthur Phillip”. In the UK, this means loads of pubs put on extra drink offers on crappy lager in order to entice the nearby Australian ex-pat community into the pub. At Thrash Hits, it represents something we can hang a themed Sunday Spotify Slaylist off.
The Red Shore
The Red Shore was a Death Metal outfit from Geelong, Victoria, Australia formed in 2004. The band claims their style is a combination of death metal and technical death metal, drawing their influences from bands such as Hate Eternal, Devourment, Decapitated and Behemoth.
The Red Shore signed to Big Phat Adelaide Records and Modern Music in 2006 and released their first EP, Salvaging What's Left. On tour late December in 2007, the band suffered a Read more on Last.fm
The Red Shore on Thrash Hits
November 23rd, 2008
The Red Shore
Siege of Amida Records
10 November 2008
by Hugh Platt
Tour buses have got it in for metal bands – just look at the bodycount of metallers they’ve clocked up. Cliff Burton: crushed. Randy Rhoads, killed after clipping his tour bus in a microlight aircraft. Witold Kieltyka, drummer with Decapitated, dead when their bus crashed into a wood truck.