Wednesday 31st December
NYE 2014 w/ Front End Loader (syd) + High Tension + Hawaiian Islands + Grenadiers (adel) + Lincoln le Fevre + Maricopa Wells
Jack Kelly & Ollie Moon are extremely excited to announce New Years Eve at The Reverence Hotel! To see us out of 2014 we have a killer line up, FRONT END LOADER, HIGH TENSION, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, GRENADIERS, LINCOLN LE FEVRE & MARICOPA WELLS. A special “Arthouse Jukebox DJ set” from doors so get down early to hear some of these classic Aus Punk & Rock tunes! DJ “Punks Dead” will close the night with his eclectic selection. Tickets available now so don’t hesitate!
7pm – Both Stages – $25 + bf
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Tuesday 25th November
Taco Tuesdays
$3 Tacos + $3 mexican beer from 6-9pm (while stocks last)
6-9pm – Frnt bar
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Wednesday 26th November
October
MIND OUT! trivia
MIND OUT trivia returns for 2014! Tonights topic is “Pop Culture“.Reserve your table now! (03)9687 2111
7.30pm start – Front bar
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Thursday 27th November
Comedy Night! w/ Simon Taylor + Peter Jones + Megan McKay + Lisa-Skye + Mitch Alexander + Sean Bedlam & MC Victoria Healy
HOLY MACKEREL! Comedy at the Rev is back yet again in November.
Six comedians and one MC, bringing all the jokes with no delay.
Heading up proceedings this month is the handsomely hysterical SIMON TAYLOR.
Want more? MC VICTORIA HEALY will be spitting hot fire all night long. And rounding out our lineup is this incredible bill of legends, with PETER JONES, MEGAN MCKAY, LISA-SKYE, MITCH ALEXANDER, SEAN BEDLAM. 8pm, Thursday, November 27th. $5.
8pm – Front bar – $5
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Friday 28th November
The Tarantinos
The Tarantinos are 5 boys from Melbourne who dress to kill, play to party and burn the dance floor. Ripping up stages across Oz their energetic shows and onstage antics whip the crowd into a frenzy and give them all they’ve got. Playing songs from Quentin Tarantino films, dressed in Reservoir Dogs style suits, they play all the hits and lesser-known songs from over 6 kick ass soundtracks. They’re at The Reverence Hotel every Friday in November. It’s Free Entry and starts at 9pm so come on down enjoy the food and drinks and stay for the show!
8pm – Front bar – free!
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Friday 28th November
Toy Boats + Brittle Bones + Disappear + Yachtburner
The Reverence Hotel presents on November 28th a lineup showcasing a diverse array of Melbourne bands, each portraying their own approach to the weight of sound delivered with loud vital intent.
Headlining, Hugo Costin’s nostalgia soaked Toy Boats will perform with a full lineup after recently releasing the debut album ‘Wedding Town’. The main support Brittle Bones will express their own brand of moody southern rock. Disappear will get across their melancholy method of slow and heavy shoegaze. And opening the show, Yachtburner will liberally apply their noise ridden sludge rock. A night very worth approaching.
8pm – Band room – $10
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Saturday 29th November
The Transitions + The Crackwhores + The A-Bomb Whores + Trauma Boys
Come down to the reverence hotel on November 29th to catch Melbourne’s own Dark 80’s style post punk band The Transitions launching there new EP! They are joined by punk rockers Crackwhore, The A-bomb whores and Melbourne’s newest 80’s style Psychobilly band Traumaboys( featuring jimmy and Dean from Manic Pistoleros). For those who love the 80’s sound and everything in between come down to the rev for a great night out
8pm – Front bar – $8
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Saturday 29th November
Pinch Hitter (Syd) + Lincoln le Fevre + Jamie Hay + Georgia Maq
During the 2013 Poison City Weekender Sydney banjo duo Pinch Hitter rounded up a chorus of friends too early on a Sunday morning and holed up in the back room of the Reverence Hotel to battle hangovers and record vocals. The results close out the title track of their debut album ‘When Friends Die In Accidents’ and the band return to the scene of the crime on Saturday 29 November to launch the record. Joining them are Lincoln Le Fevre, Jamie Hay, and Georgia Maq.
8pm – Band room – $10
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Sunday 30th November
Jerome Knappett + Georgia Maq + The Berkeley Hunts
Jerome Knappett is a cool guy. Jerome Knappett plays cute little HARD folk songs on a nylon string guitar. Jerome Knappett is in some pretty cool bands. Every Sunday in November Jerome Knappett’s mates will be helping him celebrate the release of his debut EP ‘not myself-titled’. The EP is new and cool. These 5 shows will be cool as hell. Come down for a cool beer and some cool food. Sundays are pretty cool.
3pm – Front bar – free!
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Friday 5th December
Infinite Void + Chinese Burns Unit + Freak Wave + Amateur Drunks
Chinese Burns Unit rarely gets to practice let alone play in Melbourne but that doesnt mean they are noise polluters. Collectively, they have been around a while in many bands and musical projects and know how to fake a practiced performance 95% of the time. It also helps that the songs are brilliant and sound unreal even when they are played drunk or unrehearsed (or both). One such set of songs are on the 7″ Reptilian Overlords that the band are launching on the weekend starting the 5th, at the Reverence with three other incredible bands – Infinite Void, Freak Wave and Amateur Drunks
8pm – Front bar – $10
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Friday 5th December
Athenas Wake + Griever + Havoc (w.a) + Evolution Of Self + Deadweight
Western Australian Metalcore group Havoc are pleased to announce in conjunction with Project: Hive the “AWAKEN” Tour 2014. The tour comes in support of the upcoming Single “Awaken” to be released alongside a brand new Music Video on November 18th, just one week before the band kick things off at the New Globe Theatre in Brisbane on Wednesday November 26th and head south down the Australian East-Coast before making the ultimate trip back over to Adelaide and Perth in December. The Single ‘Awaken’, Engineered and Mixed by Matthew Templeman and Mastered by Simon Struthers at Forensic Audio deals with the struggles of growing up in an abusive and disadvantaged situation and pushing forward to overcome the struggles by turning dreams into reality. 2014 has already seen the band kick things off by releasing their Debut EP ‘Undiscovered Paradise’ alongside a string of Western Australian and Indonesian dates, join Project: Hive for International Representation and now soon to complete their first Australian Tour. Careful not to blink or you may just miss them!
7.30pm – Band room – $10
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Saturday 6th December
The Smith Street Band + The Bennies + Fear Like Us + Rockenspiele
We are STOKED to announce that our first ever U18’s show will be the U18 album launch for our favourites The Smith Street Band! Joined by other pub favourites The Bennies, Fear Like Us and Rockenspiele. Tickets on sale now at www.thesmithstreetband.com. This is a drug and alcohol free event – No Passout’s
12-5pm – Band room – $15

Saturday 6th December
Maricopa Wells + Empra + Dead Joe (SA) + SANS + Wolf Whisperer
Reegsman Records presents a tasty mixed bill of rock in Footscray, headlined by power-country regulars Maricopa Wells who are winding down on what has been an eventful 2014 in preparation for what is sure to be a massive 2015 for the band. Joining them will be globetrotting Melbourne rockers EMPRA, Adelaide’s premier dark punk act Dead Joe, indie pop band SANS, and Wolf Whistler, the acoustic solo project of Tigers frontman Dan Bonnici.
8pm – Front bar – $10
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Saturday 6th December
King Fate + Bastardizer (nsw) + Ak 11
King Fate bring a 90 min set of Mercyful Fate and King Diamond classics to The Rev….YES, HAIL SATAN! Special guests are none other than Sydney’s Thrash n Rollers BASTARDIZER and Pagan Black Metal warlords AK 11. This will truly be a Desecration of Souls…
8pm – Band room – $15
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Friday 12th December
Lunar Seasons (qld) + The Heroines + Dream in Colour Kidz
Lunar Seasons (Brisbane) return to Melbourne after nearly 5 years and two releases. Aware of this long hiatus, our northern counterparts will be heading down in December to enjoy the southern heat, and to promote their new EP ‘The Devils Road’. It wouldn’t be cricket if we didn’t provide this night with some uumff! and the odd chance of pazzang, to make the boys feel at home. Bringing the uumff! is Melbourne heavy rock band The Heroines, who have just recently released their self titled EP to a packed room at Cherry Bar. And DICK – Dream in colour kidz, who will open the night with a number of surf punk tunes to heat the place up a little. Join Lunar Seasons on the 12th of December, as they tear shit up in their home away from home,The Reverence Hotel
8.30pm – Band room – $10
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Saturday 13th December
Desecrator + Dreadnaught + Darker Half – (NSW) + Orpheus Omega + In Malice’s Wake + Envenomed + Demonhead + Harlott + Espionage + Malichor + Cage of Serenity + Decapitated Mum – (QLD)
Trendkill Magazine is turning 1 and to celebrate the first 12 issues we are throwing a massive party! Loads of giveaways, Metal santa, and 2 stages of awesome metal! Desecrator, Darker Half, Dreadnaught, Orpheus Omega, In Malice’s Wake, Harlott, Envenomed, Demonhead, Espionage, Malichor, Cage of Serenity and Decapitated Mum are all along for the ride. $20 on the door, doors at 2pm
2pm – Both Stages! – $20
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Friday 19th December
The August Reign (Reunion) + Declaration + Boneless (Sydney) + Daybreak + XUppercutX + Re-Birth
After seven long years of awkward silence, Melbourne hardcore misfits The August Reign are bringing their rowdy, abrasive vision of mosh-heavy metallic hardcore back to the stage. This one-time-only reunion is a charity fundraiser for Heartkids – Google them, they do great stuff. Joining the lineup: Melbourne punk-hardcore juggernaut Declaration, playing songs from their long-awaited debut album; Sydney hardcore mainstays Boneless; Melbourne’s favourite melodic-post-punk sons Daybreak; straight edge hardcore flag-bearers XuppercutX; and the most exciting new band of 2014, Rebirth. Get down, smash a taco and a beverage, chuck a mosh and support a great cause.
8pm – Band room – $10
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Saturday 20th December
Raccoon City Police Department (Adl) + Feverteeth + World At A Glance + Sheltered + Midwife + Shut Up Jackson + Endut Hoch Hech
Coming all the way from Adelaide are Heavy Weight Skram Gamers RACCOON CITZ! Playing 2 shows including this one here along side 6 other bands including local legends in Feverteeth as they drop their brand new EP.
Having already played melbourne twice this year at the DROPOUT Opening night and an All Ages in Lilydale these guys have already built up a pretty steady following around the country and melbourne in particular, if by chance you’re into local music and havn’t heard these guys before I highly suggest checking out their bandcamp next when you have some free time. Feverteeth are also excited to be Launching their Debut EP ‘Inspiration / Expiration’ at the show. Filling there rest of this amazing night will be World At A Glance, Sheltered, Midwife, Shut Up Jackson & Endut Hoch Hech. Doors at 6:30pm
6.30pm! – Band room – $10
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Tuesday 24th February
Mineral (usa): + Garret Klahn (usa) + Arrows (bris)
April 24, 2014 – Seminal Austin, TX band Mineral announced a reunion tour that included a handful of dates and an appearance at Fest in Gainesville, FL. The rest of the world waited with baited breath hoping for more. Shows were added in the US, then Europe and mostly recently Japan. Now, it is with great pleasure we announce that Mineral will make their way to Australia for the first time ever for three intimate shows in Feb 2015.
Formed in Houston, TX in 1994 by friends Chris Simpson, Jeremy Gomez (bass), Scott McCarver (guitar), and Gabriel Wiley (drums), Mineral proved to be a powerful and lasting influence across a then-burgeoning indie and emo music scene in spite of their short career. The band cut their teeth on the road before recording a single note, touring alongside bands including Jimmy Eat World, The Promise Ring, Texas is the Reason, Knapsack, Braid, and The Get Up Kids. Mineral relocated to Austin and released debut single “Gloria b/w Parking Lot” via Caulfield Records before signing to crank!, which would release their debut LP The Power Of Failing in 1996.
Also travelling to Australia for the very first time to join the tour is Texas Is The Reason frontman Garrett Klahn, performing Texas Is The Reason classics from the genre defining
Do You Know Who You Are as well as new songs from his debut solo album on Rise Records.
Brisbane’s post rock balladeers Arrows will reunite once more to kick off the shows and round out this historic occasion.
8pm – Band room – $45 + bf
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