Artist info

Genre

Metal


band members

Joel Hallam on guitar, Luke Vaessen on vocals, Owen Broad on drums and Billy Bennett on guitar.


Website

www.stcttftd.com

Bio

Save The Clock Tower are a 4 piece Alternative Metal/Rock band from Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. After officially playing together in 2010 the band quickly took the small island by storm and are now heralded as one of Tasmania’s leading heavy rock acts. Save The Clock Tower is Joel Hallam on guitar, Luke Vaessen on vocals, Owen Broad on drums and Billy Bennett on guitar.

Easily now one of Australia’s leading heavy acts, Save The Clock Tower have spent the most part of 2015 finalising their second album, set for release July 1, 2016. Through the release of their debut album ‘Wasteland’, the band have developed a refined and professional sound that has impressed fans and critics from Australia through to America and beyond.

With the integration of theatricality and heavy rock, Save The Clock Tower have taken their live show to an impressive new level, solidifying their place in the Australian touring circuit as a must-see experience. Their impressive touring and support history includes Parkway Drive, The Amity Affliction, Dream On Dreamer, Alesana, Betraying The Martyrs, Bleeding Through, Protest The Hero, Make Them Suffer, two highly successful headline tours and appearing at Breath Of Life Festival three years running.

Signing to Bullet Tooth Records out of the U.S in 2013, Save The Clock Tower have been working closely with label manager Josh Grabelle who has had the likes of Mepmphis May Fire, Bullet For My Valentine and First Blood on his impressive roster.

Drawing on influence from Punk, Hardcore, Metalcore and Rock genres, the band have laid the foundations of their sound with integrity, sincerity and a true love of heavy music.

Save The Clock Tower are proudly endorsed by Ibanez, ESP, Truth Custom Drums, Ernie Ball Strings and Line 6.

The bands second full length album is set for a worldwide release July 1, 20016 with Bullet Tooth Records.
www.stcttftd.com

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

15 Jul 2016

Triple J
35

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