Great news Maniacs! Australia’s largest and favourite travelling music festival, aka Good Things Festival, is officially returning to ignite mosh pits with a stacked lineup headlined by Bring Me The Horizon and Deftones!
Joining these two modern metal monoliths are iconic, gold-selling larrikins TISM who will return to the stage for the first time in 19 years, rough-and-tumble punk favourites NOFX who will perform their 1994 iconic album Punk In Drublic in full and our very own metalcore superstars The Amity Affliction.
French metal goliaths Gojira, fresh of releasing their chart-topping 2021 album Fortitude will unleash all the earth-shattering polyrhythms, blast beats and thought-provoking thematics fans have come to know and love on Australian soil. Japanese rockers One Ok Rock will bring the party with the quartet’s dynamic blend of pop rock, post-hardcore and alternative rock set to simultaneously ignite some good vibes and dynamic singalong, while Itallian metallers Lacuna Coil will bring a haze of goth heaviness.
Noise firebrands and habitual party starters FEVER 333 will be lending their voice to the celebrations, as will the crushingly brutal Ukrainian hell-raisers Jinjer German metalcore shapeshifters Electric Callboy will get everyone all Hyper Hyper'd up while superstar start-up JXDN also set to chalk up his first-ever Australian performances.
Swedish troublemakers Millencolin and Californian pop punk lords The Story So Far will bring the punk energy, while ex-Pagan frontwoman Nikki Brumen will bring her Norwegian death poppers Blood Command down to Australia for the very first time. Heavy metal icons Sabaton will arrive armed with their band new album The War To End All Wars, while Soulfly will also fly the heavy metal flag, returning to their adoring down under fans after one of their longest periods away from Australia in their 30 year career.
An army of Aussie beloveds also ready to roll, with Australian punk rock institution Cosmic Pyschos, indie veterans Regurgitator, emphatic ARIA-nominated rockers Kisschasy, formidable artisan punk storytellers Chasing Ghosts, Sydney metalcore monsters Polaris, recent Maniacs feature stars Thornhill and emerging rap-rock-electro-pop mutants RedHook all set to appear. These are all very Good Things!