Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


Tags

Punk Rock


Sounds like

The Bronx, Queens of the Stone Age, Refused, Fear


band members

Aaron Damon- Vocals; Marcus Wynwood - Guitar; Mitch Damon - Guitar; Ben Thomas-Gill - Bass; Matty Damon - Drums;


Unearthed artists we like

Born Lion, The Sinking Teeth, Gay Paris, My Echo, SWHAT


Website

www.captives.com.au

Bio

Honest and made for your hi-fi at a 2am house party session, punks Captives have harnessed their own version of punk ‘n’ roll.

Formed in 2013, Captives have delivered us some ferociousness in the form of 2 EP’s, national touring supports and in 2018, are set to deliver their debut album "Over the Rainbow". It sets the scene for a huge year and a stern reminder of why they’re an Australian band to watch.

"The visceral thrill of being throttled by razor-sharp guitars, slapped around the head by thundering drums and screamed at by a man gargling glass." – Rolling Stone Magazine

Not content on sitting still, Captives have spent the last few years honing their sound, road testing it and are ready to share it all in 2018.

Unearthed in 2018

NIDA Video Clips

25 Mar 2018

Winner

Captives

Captives

Heyyyyy, shout out to our winners!

They'll make a free clip with NIDA this year!

More

Review

House Parties and Black Bal...

Captives

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

29 Mar 2018

Triple J
40

a let loose, sweaty, spitty rock n roll home run

a let loose, sweaty, spitty rock n roll home run

Review

House Parties and Black Bal...

Captives

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

20 Mar 2018

Triple J
40

Listen to those guitars crank! This is a corker. I reckon that chorus could be mistaken for the villain from TMNT (cos it's a shredder).

Listen to those guitars crank! This is a corker. I reckon that chorus could be mistaken for the villain from TMNT (cos it's a shredder).

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

15 Feb 2018

Triple J
35

New Captives! A bit of a twist in their sound this time around, side-stepping the dark and heavy trimmings for a more direct rock sound that's got a touch of the Foo Fighters' rougher moments about it.

New Captives! A bit of a twist in their sound this time around, side-stepping the dark and heavy trimmings for a more direct rock sound that's got a touch of the Foo Fighters' rougher moments about it.