Aussie metal band Mcelroy Metal, Money Metal, and Black Metal bands headline the 2017 Metal Depot Australia tour
Metal Depot has been a huge part of Australia’s music scene for decades.
This year’s tour will feature several of the bands who have established themselves as one of the country’s best-known metal bands and some of the most influential underground acts in the country.
In 2017, Metal Depot released the band’s debut full-length album and their second full-album, Black Metal Baroque, on March 25.
It is their second tour in Australia in the last three years, following their recent trip to Australia for their 2016 tour.
Mcelroy, who have played in the States for many years, were first picked up by the band in 2002.
The band had previously been known as the Black Sabbath Band.
The band has also toured extensively in Europe, with appearances at the O2 Academy, The Dome, and Glastonbury Festival.
They have been playing the UK in recent years, and have also toured with the Black Keys, The Black Dahlia Murder, and the War on Drugs.
Melroy, whose full name is Andrew Mcelroys, is from the Sydney suburb of Westmead, which has a population of just over 6,000.
He started playing metal in his bedroom at the age of 12, and eventually became a heavy metal singer.
He has also released several albums as a solo artist and as a member of the band Maelstrom.
Maelstrom, who are currently touring together, are currently on tour in the UK and Australia, and are due to play the UK again in December.MELROY’S INNOVATION”We have always been a band that was about bringing a lot of different influences to the table.
We’ve always been influenced by punk rock, reggae, black metal, metal, and metal bands.
We have always just been influenced to make different things.
We like to make stuff that people can dig and enjoy and that can’t be duplicated in anything.
We always have a lot to say.”
– Maelstroys MELROYS, on his inspirations for their musicMELRY’S BANDMELRYS NEW SONG”It was definitely the influence of the time we were growing up in.
We started in school with the guitar and keyboards.
It was all black metal and the whole thing was very hardcore.
We were just really into it and we just felt like we could make something really special.
We just started making stuff that we thought was really cool.
We got really lucky in the early days, really because we had a good friend who played the piano and guitar.
She’d always play us stuff that was really beautiful and cool, and we really liked it and thought we could be a band like that.
We tried to make that happen and it was just really cool.”
– Melroy on making Maelyrms first musicMELSY, who hail from New South Wales, have been touring Australia since 2009.
They have toured extensively around Australia, including Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Adelaide Hills, Newcastle, Launceston, and Darwin.
Melody, who plays the guitar, vocals, and bass, also played in metal bands before joining the MELRYS in 2002, and is currently touring alongside the band.
Melodies music is based on traditional black metal songs, and also incorporates influences from reggae and rap.
They were signed to Metal Depot in 2002 and released their first album, Black Music, in 2004.
In 2009, they released their second album, Maelroy, which was also the first of their five full-discs to be released on vinyl.MELSYN, who is also a guitarist, vocalist, and keyboardist, was a member the band for more than 10 years.
He began playing metal at the young age of 14, and has played gigs in Australia and Europe.
He was the guitarist on the band Melrys first album.
MELSYN’s new album, titled “Maelyrst, Melry, and The War On Drugs” features covers of classic bands such as Black Sabbath, Black Dahlias, The Beatles, Metallica, and more.
The album was released on March 23 and was a huge hit, with more than 40 million copies sold worldwide.
MELY’s music was also heavily influenced by metal, with his tracks including “Black Metal” and “Torture,” featuring covers of metal and progressive metal artists like The Who and Black Sabbath.MALSY is a member and former member of Black Dahliacs band, and now serves as the frontman.
MALSY’ SONGMAINTAINING YOUR FREEDOM”We try to keep our freedom as strong as possible.
We don’t let our creativity get to the point where we’re not able to perform or live our lives in a way that we feel we can