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Dollarosa have been hard at work writing and recording for their debut full length album, and wanted to end the year with a bang (as well as test out their new sound). This show will present as a taste of what's to come in 2017.

After a lengthy hiatus, King Mungi are back! The genre-bending alt-rock powerhouse from Queensland’s Gold Coast, have undergone a couple of lineup changes, written a batch of their best material, and released a new album jam-packed full of bangers. The band launches the new full-length ‘King Mungi’ for Brisbane fans on Dec 9 at Crowbar.

Brisbane's Smoking Martha have gone from strength to strength in 2016, with a busy touring schedule and rave reviews for their kick-ass live shows. The band are launching their their new single ‘Say You’re Mine’, rest assured they’ll be bringing their A-Game to the Crowbar come Dec 9. Check out the new clip for ‘Say You’re Mine’ online now, for taster of what to expect.

Sydney based grunge band The Dead Love have maintained a blistering rate of pace, touring relentlessly and honing their signature sound that has captured hearts and minds across Australia and now internationally with a quickly growing fan base in Canada and beyond. If you dig bands like Violent Soho, Luca Brasi, and The Delta Riggs, you may have just found your new favourite band. New album ‘So Whatever’ out now.

Love Hate Rebellion have been described as “a phenomenal mix of Soundgarden, Sparta and Clutch” (J Whitaker, 272 Records). Each member draws on a diverse range of influences including The Doors, Nine Inch Nails, Neil Young, Queens of the Stone Age and Placebo. The result is a powerful emotional journey featuring soaring vocals, blistering guitar work, powerful, riff-laden bass melodies and a bombastic, snare-rich rhythm section.

Doors 8pm - $15 at the door
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