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PROTEST THE HERO Tim Millar on the Heavy Metal Wanaka Podcast


Welcome to the Heavy Metal Wanaka Podcast.

This episode features Tim Millar, guitarist for Canadian band PROTEST THE HERO.

Protest the Hero are (or have been) on tour in New Zealand and Australia during April 2017… 8 more words


Protest the Hero's Tim Millar pulls out of Australian Tour

Hours before the band were supposed to take to the stage in Sydney for the second stop of their Australian tour, Protest the Hero alerted fans on… 265 more words

Australian Tour

Protest the Hero New Zealand/Australia tour.

Make sure to catch Protest the Hero on their New Zealand/Australia tour with Closure In Moscow (for select dates only) that starts tomorrow, while I cry that this tour isn’t coming to Adelaide. 13 more words


Protest The Hero Reveal New Bassist

Protest The Hero has been joined by Eric Gonsalves (The Northern) as their new bassist. He is replacing Cam McLellan will be sticking around as part of PTH road crew. 7 more words


Protest The Hero Announce New Bassist

Protest The Hero have announced that Eric Gonsalves (The Northern) has officially joined the band as their new bassist. He will be taking over for Cam McLellan who reportedly still works for the group as a roadie. 72 more words


SikTh Releases Specifications for Upcoming Release Entitled "The Future In Whose Eyes?"!

SikTh are back! The Watford mathcore sextet that stumbled upon a sound unexplored, who devised their own Morse code of metal that mushroomed into labyrinthine detours and tangents and that ultimately lead to the birth of the djent metal, and whose legacy gave the inspiration for bands like Protest the Hero, TesseracT, Animals As Leaders and Periphery after their hiatus in 2007, are back. 904 more words

Music Video

August Burns Red Celebrates Ten Years Of Messengers In Jersey!

Its been a long ten years since the release of August Burns Red’s second album, Messengers. This album which marked the arrival of frontman Jake Luhrs and reaching number 81 on the Billboard 200 list. 235 more words