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PCYC Plays Host to Some Sick Puppies

PCYC Plays Host to Some Sick Puppies

Who: Sick Puppies, Superheist, Equinibrium, Extortion
Where: Newcastle PCYC
Author: Jade Lazerevic
When: Saturday June 16, 2001

TRIPLE J's Unearthed competition winners the Sick Puppies will perform at the Newcastle PCYC alongside Superheist, Equinibrium and Extortion on Saturday.

Guitarist and vocalist Shimon Moore and bassist Emma Anzai formed the group during their years at high school in Sydney after discovering they both shared a love for Newcastle's own silverchair. Drummer Chris Mileksi was added to the line-up soon after.

The Puppies have signed to independent Sydney label Transistor Music after their track Nothing Really Matters beat over 200 entries in the Unearthed competition.

The all-ages gig will begin at 3pm and tickets are available at the door or at any Soundworld stores for $12.

The Puppies have released their debut single Every Day and completed recording their first album.

They will be joined by Melbourne's Superheist who are touring the east coast on their Surprise Attack Tour. As one of Australia's premier nu metal groups, they will finish off with a performance at the inaugural Splendour In The Grass festival at Byron Bay on July 21.

Superheist are also enjoying the success of their debut album The Prize Recruit, which was released this year.

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