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Genre

Punk, Pop


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Admella


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band members

Jacob Bradley- Vocals Gavin Robertson- Rhythm Guitar, Vocals Thomas Wilson- Drums, Vocals Daniel Coombe- Lead Guitar Adam Elkins- Bass Guitar


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Established 5 years ago, with a far different line up to what it is now, Admella has gone from strength to strength and proven their talent with their evolution. Admella began recording their debut in 2010 at their former drummer Steve Davis's (Day Of Contempt) studio. When Steve left the band, Admella had a massive genre shift and have now interlocked hardcore elements with pop-punk and have introduced something fun, fresh and new to the Australian music scene. Re-recording their new debut, with new songs and a new style, the band travelled to renowned studio Electric Sun for the mixing and mastering process which since completion has seen two of their songs hit the top charts on Triple J Unearthed; with Heartburn at Number 1 on the punk charts, and 16 on the overall charts and These Days at number 4 on the punk charts and 64 on the overall charts. Sharing the stage with bands like The Bride, In Hearts Wake, Emmure, Northlane, Dream On Dreamer, For Today, Confession, Antagonist AD, and Thy Art Is Murder, as well as requests to play at DAL's Black Market, things are beginning to look very promising indeed! 2012 is going to be massive and will see the band start touring and turning some heads on the back of releasing this long-awaited EP.

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

10 May 2012

Triple J
40

You guys throw e...

You guys throw everything at this track - and it works! Definitely packs a punch.

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Reviewed by Stu Harvey Stu Harvey

23 Nov 2011

Triple J
50

Great track, fun...

Great track, fun modern punk sound. Will be giving this a run on SFL for sure

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Reviewed by Nick Findlay Nick Findlay

03 Nov 2011

Triple J
40

pop punk can oft...

pop punk can often sound bland and predictable, but this has a level of energy and fun which lifts it to the level of "hell yes!"

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