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The Rock-itt : November 2009
two guys they had a big sound and benefited from the tightness and dynamics of just 2 instruments. Another stand-out track was Love Maker Love Shaker with it's big guitar hooks, catchy chorus's and furious tight speed. Check them out at www.myspace.com/redcrayonsband Kill The Motive hit the stage running with their hard edged metal rock taking instant control. This 5 piece band played with razor sharp precision, with lots of fat catchy guitar hooks, and big captivating anthemic vocals, with singer Cam Bate demonstrating a huge dynamic vocal range slaying all the big notes! The band played a few new songs including What is that got a good reception, with highlight tracks being Small Minds and finishing with an audience demanded and old favourite song Sold Out . Check them out at www.myspace.com/killthemotive Rock 'n' Roll Weapon charge on to the stage and hit us hard with their metal thrash punk rock. They open with a new song Kill the New Noise with its big screaming vocals and heavy guitar hooks getting a great reaction from the crowd. This band played at full speed 'foot to the floor' as they delivered aggressively such stand out tracks as Locked Up another new song, Deceiver cranking it up further, This Means War with piles of aggression and finishing with a big killing track Circles. Check them out at www.myspace.com/rockandrollw eapon R.U.S.T. hit us in the face hard with their aggressive fat street hardcore punk. Gazz on vocals totally rules the stage with his aggressive in your face Henry Rollins style attacking vocals. DD Black on guitar delivers a fat high speed detroit/radiobirdman cracking guitar sound. This band has just recently returned from a successful tour of the UK supporting the such bands as The Exploited, H20 and UK Subs.With Lots of Oi Oi and aggressive street punk chanting, the band rips through such songs as Bang Bang Bang, Black Rats, Skinheads from the Burbs (a really catchy track), You Aint Lived until you have Lived in a Car, Rock n Roll Gunslinger (with its big throbbing bass guitar into) and finish with another catchy chanting punk tune in the name of Out in the Storm which has the crowd yelling for more! Check them out at www.myspace.com/rustpunk Downtime are the last act for the night and since recently reforming for the massive punk session and M.S. benefit at the Manning Bar, Sydney Uni (with some live footage available on moshcam.com) we are fortunate that this legendary punk band of the late 1980's & 1990's are giving us more! Downtime have a massive punk history in this country having supported some of the