This week our Show of the Week heads to Pony in Melbourne where shows will be starting to wrap up in the near future. THis Saturday night a big lineup of up and coming bands are hitting the stage for one huge show and we think you should take this chance to get out to the venue one last time before it shuts doors so you can check it out.

Emerson will be heading up the event, with Left for Wolves, Empire and of Stolen Moments rounding out a pretty awesome lineup.

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Still riding high on the release of their 2011 debut E.P. “Sky Scrapers”, Emerson are proving to be a powerful force in the Australian Metalcore scene. With a strong work ethic and tight live show, Emerson are a band that demand attention. Having recently released an epic new single “We Are The World” , be sure to catch the band live.

On the eve of the release of Left For Wolves new EP ‘Drown’ and debut music video for “The Flood”, the band are set to make a wave in the hardcore scene. Left for Wolves have

 an aggressive approach to their music and live show, refusing to compromise on this at any time. Turning heads constantly, Left for Wolves are pegged as a band to watch in 2013.With a Japanese tour in their sights for 2013, Empire are forging a path as one of Melbourne’s best metal bands and they aren’t showing any signs of slowing down. Having recently released their EP “Secrets”, Empire are a hard hitting machine that represents their music live just as well as recorded. 

The debut EP from Of Stolen Moments, “True Colours” is a release that has solidified the band as true force in the Melbourne hardcore scene. With a slew a shows under their belt, Of Stolen Moments aren’t scared to get out in front of a crowd and represent their sound live.

The show boasts a stellar line-up and is a true showcase of Melbourne’s heavy music. This is your last chance to catch these bands at this iconic venue before pony closes it’s doors permanently.




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