EMPRA were also featured in Adelaide’s largest newspaper this week. The confidential section of Adelaide’s Advertiser gave this weekends shows a handy little plug to a very large audience. If you live in South Australia and have a chance of picking up Mondays Advertiser, go and check it out.
The press has been coming in thick & fast with Cattanach having a cool interview with kickass rock and punk zine Bombshellzine. Read the interview with Cattanach who sat in their hot seat and spoke about the first EMPRA national tour & what life is like growing up in an area notorious for car thieves and robberies.
EMPRA’s debut album received glowing reviews in Perth’s Rock Pit magazine.
“As far as debut albums go, Empra have nailed it. There would be bands that have been around for twenty years who have never released a record as good as this one, and they probably never will.”
WHOAH! EMPRA was been featured in Tone Deaf today. In an entertaining interview Sanny talked about his fondest musical moments and gave shout outs to Electric Mary,King Of The North, Dead City Ruins, The Deep End,Pistenbroke, Sunset Riot, Closure In Moscow, Bellusira and Massive (www.facebook.com/massiverock). Read the full story and spread the love.
EMPRA’s first national tour has been featured in Beaty & Lace magazine.
Sanny and Gaulty dropped by Channel 31 for an interview about the debut album and national tour and performed an acoustic version of Doesn’t Make Much Sense. 1700 were also cool enough to give the video a plug. Watch the interview and performance at the Channel 31 website. The EMPRA’s interview starts at 15:00 and the acoustic performance at 27:00.