Infectious Unease Radio Limited Edition Special



Infectious Unease Radio Limited Edition Special

Featuring a live interview with the horror rock punk band Darkness Visible


DJ Infectious Unease will interviewing David Black  and Axle Gun discussing their Music  film clip “breaking Point”


Plus DJ Infectious Unease will be presenting Punk,  Horror Punk, Punkabilly, Psychobilly  alternative mix’s through out the night

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Darkness Visible is still an unsigned horror rock punk band from Melbourne, Australia. The very name “Darkness Visible” refers to the conclusions of the immortal Nehemia. Despite existing for many millennia, his spiritual journey has not brought enlightenment, Nirvana, Heaven or any other spirtiual light. For him, it has merely rendered the darkness visible.

The songs of Darkness Visible tell the story of Nehemia and his journey throughout the ages. From the Crusades to the burning at the stake of the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, Jacques De Molay, through the Inquisition and the formation of the Freemasons.

These times are macabre – plague and pestilence ravage the lands, as a bloodthirsty church sends men on crusades to wipe out heathens abroad, while the Inquisition tortures confessions out of witches at home. Secret societies are formed to preserve the knowledges of the old ways and to save heretics from ghastly torture.

Darkness Visible tell of these times in guitar based horror rock punk music. With distorted power chords, spooky lead guitar riffs, Cathedral keyboard arpeggios, driving bass lines and pounding drums, they use a whole wealth of imagery to bring the story to life!

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DJ Infectious Unease has been presenting Infectious Unease Radio and DJing at clubs since 1992. His DJing has ranged from specialist events starting at Asylum Nightclub, Blue Velvet (Aeon, Belfry, White Room, Revelations, and Enzyme nights), Pony (Dark Fall Ball), Dream (Demus night), Vedette, Cas Reitops (Dirty Secrets), Horse Bazaar (Dawn Industries Enzyme Night), Abode (Neo Etica), Mr Boogie Man Bar (Dawn Industries Enzyme Night), Bodega Bar (Subterranean Zone) The Sub Club (Subterranean Zone) ,Randy Dragon (After Hours) Bar 303 (After Hours) Interzona (Beach on Brunswick).  (Subterranean Zone) Grumpys. A member of the band Noir Corps, Dawn Industries Music Collective, the label Dawn Industries, Enzyme (live music events), has also released an eclectic and limited edition 4 disc 62 band compilation with his label Infectious Unease Productions and Dawn Industries. A self-published performance writer, who has released such books as 2011“Severed Eye”, 2005 “The Poet’s Eye”, 2003 “The Deception Of Latex That Causes The Deepest Remark”, 1997 “The Cadaver Restaurant- A Menu Of Short Stories And Poems”, Works On Cd 2010 “ Noir Corps “le terreur”, 2003 “Reflective Return Spoken Word By Gordon Taylor Music By Ernie O”. He also made a guest appearance in the “Hellfire Nightclub Melbourne” documentary produced by Mark Bakaitis in 2010 discussing the music played over the years at this event. Also perform as Raven Corps Guard in the Film “Cult Girls” directed by Mark Bakaitis. 2015 Events Organiser of “Subterranean Zone” and “After Hours” and also Interzona in 2016. DJ Infectious Unease loves to explore a plethora of sound and explode it out on the air waves and night clubs. He has no fear of delivering a sound of surprise. You just never know what he will seduce, tantalise and drive all your five senses with.



Infectious Unease Radio
11pm–1am Tuesdays 17/01/2017
96.5 Inner Fm Melbourne Australia
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