Come on down to The Moshpit and have a mosh maybe or a sit down or do whatever the fuck you can do.
The Blurters were formed in 1996 in Sydney Australia and play a scummy style of Aussie inspired street punk. Known for their out-of-control stage antics and even worse off-stage behaviour.
The Blurters gained a cult following of low life, anti- social, punks, skins, junkies, drunks, underworld criminals and fuckups. Their shows were hit and miss, more time was spent worrying about where the next score was coming from than how good the show was going to be.
A bad show – they might have played three songs and walked off stage, too wasted to finish the set. A good show could mean a full house with fights, glass, blood and numerous trips to the hospital.
Gooch and the Arseholes
No one knows why this band started but they’re here now ready to rock out with their cocks out.
Don’t blink or you’ll miss it.
Vile Grubz = Filth Rap
Excessive Force play fast, angry, pissed off hardcore punk. Formed in Sydney and featuring the vocals of scene veteran Con Wog (Impact Statement, The Blurters), Excessive Force paint a bleak picture of the realities of this evil world we live in, without pulling any punches. Influenced by the likes of old school classic hardcore bands such as, Minor Threat, Agnostic Front, Slapshot, Toe To Toe and Rupture, Excessive Force deliver the goods but with a distinct Australian relevance to it all.