Australian Heavy Metal Band TABERAH sings worlwide management deal with Germany’s ROCK N GROWL MANAGEMENT/BOOKING.
ROCK N GROWL & TABERAH currently shopping the brand new second album “MMXII“, to find a suitable record deal very soon. The new track “2012” taken from TABERAH’s upoming album “MMXII” can be streamed below:
Engineered by: Theo B (Scorpion), Mixed by: Joe Haley (Psycroptic), Mastered by: Stu Marshall (Empires of Eden, ex. Dungeon)
Latest Taberah interview at Metal Shock Finland “Australian Metallers TABERAH Discuss Their Debut Album And The Aussie Metal Scene”
Inspired by their strong musical bond Jonathon Barwick and Tom Brockman created, in 2004, what is now known as TABERAH. The bands sound and live performance is derived from a vast range of influences including the traditional heavy metal stylings of Iron Maiden + Black Sabbath, the rock n roll swagger of AC/DC + Thin Lizzy mixed with the over the top, tongue in cheek theatrics of Queen + The Darkness. All with a slightly modern and original twist.
Taberah quickly became a staple 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 blitzed a nationwide vote then were hand picked by Lemmy Kilmister himself to open for Motorhead (UK) on the Sydney leg of their2011 Australian tour.
Other milestones include sharing the stage all around Australia with high profile international and national acts such as: Paul Di’anno – ex Iron Maiden (UK), Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens – ex Judas Priest/Iced Earth/Yngwie Malmsteen, Blessed by a Broken Heart (USA), LORD(AUS), Psycro
2011 saw the band record & release their debut album “The Light Of Which I Dream” with acclaimed Producer Joe Haley of Psycroptic. The record is a chronicle of the bands early years of blood, sweat, beers and tears on the national live circuit. The album earned TABERAH worldwide acclaim.
TABERAH deliver a show that is full of energy, fun, theatrics, wandering solos and plenty of crowd interaction. This earning the quartet a solid reputation of being a “must see” live band.