Avalanche - Bottle Of Sin / National Tour
For those about to rock, look no further than emerging Australian band Avalanche. Their new single release Bottle of Sin is sure to firmly establish the band’s growing international reputation.
In a relatively short span of time the band has achieved incredible results. Avalanche’s latest EP, Second Hand Band, has generated thousands of streams and sold thousands of physical copies worldwide and has featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, Fireworks Magazine, Tone Deaf, The Music, The Sydney Morning Herald, played on TV on 1700/C31 in Melbourne, and on ABC Radio, i98FM, Hard Rock Hell Radio and many more all over the world.
They’ve played alongside the likes of Kingswood and The Poor, and their last three music videos have amassed over 54k views on YouTube and over 120k views on Facebook. The band, made up of the husband-and-wife duo of Steven Campbell (lead vocalist and bassist) and Veronica ‘V’ Campbell (lead guitar), also features Ryan Roma, aka ‘ADHD’ (drums and rhythm machine), and Arthur Divis (rhythm guitar).
Bottle of Sin is an untamed, unfettered high-energy rock track, evoking, and to some degree paying homage to the spirit of such Australian rock giants as AC/DC, The Angels, Billy Thorpe, and Rose Tattoo. This quote from Joel O’Keeffe from fellow esteemed Oz rockers Airbourne, pretty much says it all: ‘They’re f---ing awesome!’ Indeed, awesome is the unrestrained sonic assault of Avalanche’s latest pub rock ball tearer, Bottle of Sin.
‘‘ This quote from Joel O’Keeffe from fellow esteemed Oz rockers Airbourne, pretty much says it all: ‘They’re f---ing awesome!’ Indeed, awesome is the unrestrained sonic assault of Avalanche’s latest pub rock ball tearer, Bottle of Sin.
With several singles and an EP behind them, this four-piece from Western Sydney is well-prepped and primed to rocket into the next level of rock notoriety. When asked what performing live means to them, the band has said, ‘It’s literally the only reason we’re here, it’s the best part of being in a band and the reason we write music for more than anything, to be able to play them in front of an audience and have the place moving the whole time.
We’ve come to be known for our live shows as we make them as massive and loose as we possibly can!’ As Rolling Stone magazine says, ‘Avalanche is one band you need to watch.’
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