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Friday, September 13, 2013
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Taberah was created and Inspired by the strong musical bond between Jonathon Barwick and Tom Brockman, and saw light in 2004. The bands sound can best be described as influenced by typical big bands like Iron Maiden, AC/DC and Black Sabath. Typical, but that doesn’t mean bad. These guys worked so hard on their music that the band quickly became a well-known act in the Tasmanian live music scene in 2006 and have now become one of Tasmania's top exports around Australia in any musical genre.

In early 2011 Taberah were hand picked by Lemmy Kilmister himself to open for Motorhead on the Sydney leg of their 2011 Australian tour. And when Lemmy picks you, you must be doing something good. The band tries to keep their winning formula on their new album that will hit the streets next month.

So what to expect? Well, typical hard rock/ heavy metal tunes. Just as simple as that. So if they keep it this way, you can expect a good album. Maybe a little to soft for my own taste, but certainly not bad at all.