Soundwave Revolution cancelled

2011-08-09 by BroManCaptainGuySirDylan | 15 Comments
Australian music festival Soundwave Revolution has been cancelled.

Promoter AJ Maddah announced the cancellation live on radio station Nova 969, stating: “We were scheduled to make a second announcement on the first of August – we had our festival co-headliner on that announcement.

"Their circumstances changed at the last minute and they had to pull out and unfortunately we don’t have enough time to replace them and we didn’t really want to go ahead with an incomplete line-up."


The silver lining is that most of the organized bands are still planning to come out to Australia, and some smaller shows will be organized.

Audio: http://www.novafm.com.au/article_soundwave-revolution-2011-has-been-cancelled_109781?fb_comment_id=fbc_101503393307853 48_19119276_10150339342640348#f1387fafc4

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Mordecai.
August 9th 2011
8312 Comments


hahahahaha australia

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
August 9th 2011
22397 Comments


Disappointing, but whattaya do.

I'm not buying into the rumour that the mysterious band were Limp Bizkit. Hell, it wouldn't surprise me if he was covering for the true headliner Van Halen.

RagingStorm
August 9th 2011
509 Comments


lol

Butkuiss
August 9th 2011
4454 Comments


Heard, raged. FUUU. NO Kvelertak, Times of Grace or HevyDevy.

InFiction
August 9th 2011
3826 Comments


Kinda keen on the smaller shows being organized. There was only like 5 or so bands I wanted to see, so this might be a cheaper option.

nick0307
August 9th 2011
257 Comments


oi! whats so funny about australia mate?

deadinholywood
August 9th 2011
246 Comments


Info about a metal festival provided by a very shitty commercial radio station?


CrackTheSkye
August 9th 2011
726 Comments


According to AJ’s tweets every city will get shows/mini-fests close to the dates.

About the second announcement “the main one cancelled, the 2nd biggest has now shifted to SW12. Waiting to hear from Go Radio”

Mordecai.
August 9th 2011
8312 Comments


oi! whats so funny about australia mate?


...

oi

ShadowRemains
August 9th 2011
23586 Comments


lol

liledman
August 9th 2011
3828 Comments


line-up is usually 95% shit so who cares

ruggy_drumboy
August 9th 2011
5 Comments


who gives a shit about the headlines, theyre old n crap. all the smaller names are the ones that rock! limp bizcuit n van halen pfffft

drugs, set ur goals, the used, attack attack, madina lake, story of the year, four years strong, funeral etc.

dickheads for cancelling it for the so called 'headliners' that are shitty anyways.

Vooligan
August 9th 2011
3541 Comments


Serves them right for charging $170 for that line up.

Mabbitt
August 9th 2011
1469 Comments


did ruggy_drumboy just say attack attack are better than van halen O.o

WhiteNoise
August 10th 2011
3432 Comments


I was so excited for this!



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