Tag: Seraphs Coal

March 12, 2020

Thinktank Return to Play Some Shows and Potential New Music?

Australian based indie rock/emo band – Thinktank, are officially back, for the time being. They have a show scheduled with Seraphs Coal, Antiskeptic, and STR (another awesome Aussie band) May 29th and “hopefully” working on new music as teased in a short video. The band released several influential releases back in the late 90’s and early 00’s before hanging it up. Check out a couple albums on Spotify and other digital networks now. I also added a couple tracks to our Indie Vision Music playlists on Spotify.… Continued →

February 29, 2020

Seraphs Coal to Release (Final) New Album This Year + More About The Band's Upcoming Dates

Aussie melodic punk rock band – Seraphs Coal, returned in a huge way this past month for a couple sold out shows in their native country. Drummer and vocalist – Dan Jones, just gave an interview right here where he discusses a lot about the band’s impressive history, where they are at currently and where they are heading. There is mention of a new album featuring re-recordings of their earliest songs. If you like what you hear, you can buy some merch off the band’s website here.… Continued →

January 22, 2020

Seraphs Coal - Through All These Years Documentary (Melodic Punk Rock)

The Aussie based Melodic Punk Band – Seraphs Coal, are back with 3 shows in their home country and are making a special Documentary about the band titled “Through All These Years”. They are raising funds for it on IndieGoGo right here. Watch a clip below about the campaign with some background on the band. You can also listen to the band’s music on digital music is a special discography album. It’s good stuff!… Continued →

September 3, 2019

Seraphs Coal Return, Schedule 3 Reunion Shows in Australia, and Discography Now on Digital Networks

Much loved Australia based melodic punk rock band – Seraphs Coal, are back and with some exciting news to share. The band just posted their discography on digital networks including spotify featuring my personal favorite set of songs from “The More Things Change” album (2002). Head over to your digital network of choice and check these songs out. Finally, the band has scheduled 3 back to back shows in their native Australia for January 2020. Follow them on Instagram and Facebook here. Check out a couple of songs below.… Continued →