Monday, September 27, 2021


Avalanche are four misfits from Sydney’s west, playing electrified, roof-crashing hard rock for a new generation.

Forming and rehearsing in an old steel factory in 2018, the band has firmly cemented themselves into the sticky floors of the national underground scene in just two short years, with major national & international airplay, four major releases, non-stop gigging and touring, and their own music festival.

Tinged by the influence of their dad’s record collection and the dirty pub rock of Australia’s past, but played through the interpretation of their own generation, Avalanche’s recent single ‘Permanent Ink’ reached over 5k streams on Spotify and its music video has reached over 23k views on YouTube and 102k+ on Facebook.

If you like tattoos, sweaty musicians, bras getting thrown on stage, and, apparently, The Mighty Thor… you’ll love the music video… That you can watch here at RAMzine!

It was partly shot at Blacktown Tattoo, a legendary tattoo studio in Sydney’s west, with the rest shot at Avalanche of Rock Fest, the band’s own bi-annual music festival at Crowbar, Sydney, that featured a whopping 11 band line-up including such local legends as C.O.F.F.I.N., The Darrans, Fait Accompli and Eightball Junkies.

Additionally, the band’s very first E.P. Sent From Hell, released in May 2019,  sold over 1200 physical copies worldwide, spearheaded by their international distributor Sliptrick Records.

Now, newly signed to X-Ray Records, Avalanche are back with their new single ‘Get Back (To F*ckwit City)’ that you can stream/buy here.

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Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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