I'm currently studying professional and creative writing at Deakin University.
Red Hot Chili Peppers - love them or hate them, you can't deny the global impact this innovative band has had on music.
Their first album in five years 'I'm with you' is going to be played at selected Village Cinemas around Australia. Catch a song by song live performance of the entire new album along with a bevy of classic tracks as performed in Cologne, Germany on August 30 this year.
Watch as Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad and their new guitarist Josh Klinghoffer bust their stuff in full surround sound and special hi-definition.
The selected Victorian cinemas include: Crown, Doncaster, Geelong, Jam Factory, Karingal, Knox, Rivoli Cinemas, Southland, and Sunshine.
The concert is showing on the 4th and 5th of October at the above cinemas.
Promises to be a massive event, and no reason why it won't be. The band is amazing, adapting in ways that others have failed to do. This would be the best album I have heard since Linkin Park's 'A Thousand Suns', which in itself deserved more attention. With party anthems taking over radio and television, rock bands are suffering, so fans need to go out and buy the album, and attend shows.
By Chris Sutton - senior reviewer Wednesday, 21st of September @ 05:25 am
Yeah, I can't wait for this event.
You're right, Chili Peppers keep adapting their sound in such innovative ways that it leaves other bands floundering about in their wake.