Music has touched millions of lives over time.

It holds the power of completely changing moods, reflect our deepest feelings towards an idea, and move us all in a single direction.

Whilst our ancestors had to travel great lengths in considerable uncertainty just to take part in celebrations, things have certainly evolved.

These days, at the distance of a screen, there is no excuse in ensuring we can find exactly what we want when we want it.

With a multitude of Music Festivals taking place often much closer than you may expect, what if there was a simply great way to know exactly what’s going on at any given moment?

Festivals This Weekend provides the perfect answer to that exact question!

By gathering all the great music events in one easy-to-browse map, all you need to do is join us and see what’s going on closest to you.

We will see you front left on the dancefloor!!

Fear Inoculum – Expanded Book Edition (RCA Records / Sony Music Australia), TOOL’s chart-topping, record-breaking, critically-acclaimed and now GRAMMY-nominated for Best Rock Song (Fear Inoculum) and Best Metal Performance (7empest) is available now. The new iteration of Fear Inoculum includes 5 x 3D lenticular cards with exclusive graphics, an expanded 56-page booklet with additional never-before-seen art, a download of the groundbreaking immersive visual experience (video), “Recusant Ad Infinitum,” and a CD.

Quite possibly the era’s most highly-anticipated album, TOOL’s fifth album, which arrived on August 30, was met by lengthy lines at retailers as music lovers clamoured to get a copy of the groundbreaking, limited edition physical release. The now sold-out version features a 4” HD rechargeable screen with exclusive video footage (“Recusant Ad Infinitum”), charging cable, 2-watt speaker, a 36-page booklet and a digital download card. The album debuted at #1 on the ARIA Chart and Billboard’s Top 200 and earned heaps of critical praise with NPR saying, “Fear Inoculum was worth the 13-year wait,” Revolver proclaiming the album “a masterpiece to be dissected for years to come” and Consequence of Sound saying the release finds “Tool in peak performance.”