Rapidly aging, central Victorian based, over achieving, chest puffing, open toed footwear enthusiasts.
Equal parts vintage/trailblazing power trio thrash.
That scene in the exorcist where she runs down the stairs backwards, then spews.
If you can find a better lineup you're either lying or an idiot. And it's FREE FREE FREE!!! In the welcoming confines of the Last Chance Front bar in North Melb we're talking excellent music, we're talking asking your mate to hold your beer while you chuck a one person mosh, we're talking being home in time for dinner, knowing you've made the right decision but you can't wear that same t-shirt tomorrow.
Launching Maroota Joe's second single "Earth", out mid January.
Joined by Grey Mantis and Eternal Smoko.
After releasing their debut single “Scum” in November 2018, progressive hard rock outfit Maroota Joe are following it up and taking their second single “Earth” on a tour of the east coast. Their devastatingly heavy brand of progressive rock is often described as a collision of genres, drawing inspiration from bands of the 80s and 90s such as King Crimson, Tool and RATM. Their new single, “Earth”, is the sonic embodiment of this collision; a song filled with monstrous riffs, belting vocal melodies and a driving groove courtesy of the undeniably tight rhythm section. The song is an intensely heavy and raw musical work, the live incarnation of which is a display not to be missed.