Pavilion are a four-piece heavy rock band from Brisbane, Australia. Their structured combination of riffs, solos, catchy melodies and drops creates a unique style that enables them to engage with a variety of audiences.
Exploding with their first single Hellfire in 2018, Pavilion quickly gained a significant following and landed coverage with Hysteria Mag, Wall Of Sound, Heavy Magazine, KICK ASS Forever (US), Crannk, Good Call Live, Valley FM 89.5 and were added to rotation on The Faction radio. The single alone has racked up 50,000+ streams on Spotify and the music video has received over 9,000 views through VEVO and HEAVY Magazine. The ‘Hellfire’ tour kicked off in the same month with a single launch at Woolly Mammoth followed by tour down to Crowbar Sydney and Stag & Hunter Newcastle.
In January 2020 Pavilion released their debut EP Age of Fear. Including the previously released single Hellfire, the remaining five songs on the EP take on a slightly a less aggressive style as they step into the realm of rock and alternative metal. It has gained over 75,000 streams on Spotify and this number continues to grow.
The EP was recorded at Arcadia Recording Studios with engineer Gareth Hargreaves who has worked with bands such as UNI/VS, Patriots, Wildheart, Tired Eyes, Sensaii, and more.
Pavilion have played alongside national heavyweights Lagerstein and Triple Kill at The Triffid and are no strangers to other iconic Brisbane stages such as The Brightside, Crowbar Brisbane, The Back Room, and more.
Age of Fear is available on all good streaming platforms.
“Their songwriting prowess is cunning yet entertaining, their melodies are catchy as all hell–and it all came from amping up the rock and toning down the metal.”
“Frontman Peter Muldoon was on point during the entirety of the set showcasing his vocal range and talent which absolutely (without a doubt) gained the band a few more solid followers in the process.”
WALL OF SOUND
“Pavilion might be new on the scene but they’re exploding with ‘Hellfire’!”
“Pavilion are definitely a band to look out for and I highly recommend you check them out live at one of their next gigs. With the drive, passion and talent these guys have, they are set to be huge!”
GOOD CALL LIVE