Covid 19 has seen many restrictions placed on venues across Australia.
MMK Music Promotions has joined up with The Woolly Mammoth Mane Stage to continue to keep the live music events happening.
Capped at 100 capacity due to restrictions and tickets are presale only via Moshtix.

Woolly Mammoth allows the audience to take in the live music in comfortable booths and seating where they can kick back and enjoy.
Head banging is encouraged and previous shows have seen the crowd become very vocal and a lot of movement going on not only on stage but off stage as well.


Chair Moshing has really become a thing!!

Opening the night Brisbane band 57 Below who are a tasty cacophony of feedback and noise interlaced with solid grooves, fat riffs and powerful vocals.
A sonic bludgeoning best served loud.
57 Below formed in 2019, from a group of guys with decidedly different influences, but with a common passion for playing Loud!! A death metal Sicilian guitarist with a laid back NT stoner rocker take care of the guitar duties. A veteran punk drummer and a blues rock bassist complete the rhythm section. While the man out front’s enthusiasm knows no bounds. 57 Below , a band you won’t only hear , you’ll feel it too!!

Emotion Killer are a young upcoming band who have just released their debut EP  "A Tragic Life in a Modern World “
The 5 piece modern metal assault is led by front man Shannon Paul Keith Loch.
Their live performance is energetic and intense.
Shannon’s passion for the music and the songs he has written is evident during their performance.
Their music  contrasts the beauty of life, love with the darkest shades of despair.
Their latest single “Dark Inside “

Hollow Doubt are new to the Brisbane scene and had their debut gig at Woolly Mammoth In July. Sitting in the genre of melodic hardcore they smashed their way through their set and front man James Fleming took to the tables amongst the crowd to stir things up and no doubt he will be doing it again come Thursday.
These guys are the real deal and turned a lot of heads at their debut gig. Their Latest single "Wonder" is out now on Spotify following on from their debut single “August”

Their debut EP “Threads” is coming soon

Headlining the night are Gold Coast band Diskust who are back after a short hiatus in early 2020 with the addition of their new drummer CJ Nash .
Diskust have come back strong with their new single Resurfaced and will be tearing up stages starting this Thursday night at The Woolly Mammoth.