ROCKHEART PRare pleased to announce the arrival of THE TERRACES to the UK this December 2012. Fronted by ex-One Way System founder Gary Buckley, the Aussie up-starts will be performing at a number of shows across the country, including the Rebellion Xmas Bash at The Ballroom, Birmingham. The line-up will be headlined by Rancid & Cock Sparrer and also includes the legendary UK Subs and Anti Nowhere League. (Tickets on sale now, for more info visit:

WED 5TH DEC – Trillians, Newcastle

FRI 7TH DEC – Cookies Bar, Halifax

SAT 8TH DEC – Ballroom, Birmingham – Rebellion Xmas Bash

TUES 11TH DEC – Surya, London

WED 12TH DEC – Bogiez, Cardiff


Like The Clash and the Sex Pistols before them, THE TERRACESare a band whose intentions are there for all the world to see and hear. Hailing from England and the working class suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, THE TERRACES tell it the way they live it – honestly. What you see is definitely what you get. The band don’t pull any punches on being themselves. They take their music (with their tongues firmly planted in their cheeks) Very Seriously.

Having signed to British label BLAST RECORDS in March 2011, THE TERRACES released their self-titled debut last Summer. Available to download now from i-Tunes: http: //

“Former One Way System frontman Gary Buckley, vents his spleen here on a series of terrific Clash-inspired anthems, backed by a crack band marshalled superbly by D4 producer Kalju Tonuma”
Classic Rock

The aggression is matched with melody througought, making this an enjoyable listen to sing along with a fist in the air”Vive La Rock

“Anglo Australian four piece The Terraces have launched onto the scene with this very impressive ten track debut effort; undoubtedly one of the finest punk albums you will hear this year. Vitriolic at times, but never too harsh; Melodic but with enough threat to distance itself from much of the current scene”
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