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Animalhead

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Renowned for their tight live performances and hard hitting riffs, Animalhead have been busy since 2015 - cooking up heavy riffs, tight grooves and fat bass lines. This West Auckland Rock trio channel an energetic and fierce sound - the likes of Rage Against the Machine and Royal Blood, to deliver a highly energetic and frantic show.

Comprising of drummer/vocalist Dan Rooke, bassist/vocalist Josh Obrien and guitarist/vocalist Campbell Mickell. This heavy hitting, party-going three piece formed in 2015 after Dan returned from Europe. Cam and Josh had just parted ways with their previous band and wanted to keep the music flowing, after a long awaited catch up at Hallertau Animalhead was brewed...

Animalhead have always been a crowd favourite, getting the party started for such NZ bands like Dead Favours, Skinny Hobos, Alien Weaponry and Head Like A Hole. We are excited to see where this band goes...

Band Members:
Dan Rooke (drums, vocals)
Josh OBrien (bass)
Campbell Mickell (guitar, vocals)

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  • Auckland


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