FEATURE: Top 5 albums of 2015 - Jack The Stripper

26 November 2015 | 10:42 am | Staff Writer
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Invasion Fest artist Jack The Stripper provide their 'Top 5 albums of 2015'.

Melbourne’s Invasion Fest is fast approaching. Stretched across two stages at Arrow On Swanston, the event sees 17 of our best homegrown talent perform this December.

In the lead-up, Killyourstereo.com will run a daily series with the respective bands on the bill, as each offer their ‘Top 5 albums of 2015′. We continue with Jack The Stripper.


Psycroptic – Self-Titled

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Tim Anderson (bass): “Enviable musicianship, executed with intelligent originality.”

Thy Art Is Murder – Holy War

Max Anceschi (drums): "This album is my entire playlist for hiking in Kathmandu - an absolutely crushing barrage of consummate mosh experience."

Ganbaru - Declaration

Julian Renzo (guitar): "Visceral, honest, extremely catchy hardcore from some of the hardest working dudes in Australia."

Black Tongue – The Unconquerable Dark

Adam Harris (guitar): "Most albums I enjoy inspire me… this album made me want to quit playing heavy music."

Cattle Decapitation – The Anthropocene Extinction

Luke Frizon (vocals): "It was a tie between this and Uncle Acid’s chilling concept album Night Creeper, but Cattle’s new work is simply colossal. One of my all-time favourite bands and this is their greatest work to date. Pure, breathtaking, sonic annihilation."

Catch Jack The Stripper performing at Invasion Fest, which takes place in Melbourne this December. You can purchase tickets via Oztix.

Join the official Facebook event here.