Central Coast hard rockers SMOKIN’ MIRRORS are a band known for their explosive live show, but on Saturday November 16th, they’ll be igniting the stage in more ways than one.

Like the perfect orgasm, the launch of Sn’M’s debut EP ‘Set To Ignite’ has been a long time coming, and the band have gone above and beyond to make sure that the night goes off with a big, scorching bang.

“All we can say is, where there’s smoke, there’s fire,” said flame-haired front woman, Emmy Mack. “We don’t wanna give too much away… Except for the fact that we’re giving a shit ton of stuff away!

“…The first 200 people through the door will get an EP Launch survival kit, which comes packed with a free drink from the bar, a free EP and a cache of other free plunder that may or may not come into play during the show.”

The night will also feature the premiere of SMOKIN’ MIRRORS’ official debut music video for the EP’s titular track, ‘Set To Ignite’ (courtesy of Her Name Is Murder Productions) which showcases an inventive yet hilariously entertaining critique of the state of the Sydney live music scene today.

Finally, the band – who, through two hard years of solid gigging have converted fans from the genres of indie, folk, punk and pop, but particularly rock, hard rock and heavy metal – have assembled a Godzilla lineup of bands to reflect their diverse fanbase: including Sydney hard rock powerhouse RATTLESNAKE, Sutherland’s groove metal heroes THRASHED, and straight-up Coastie rockers OCTOBER RAGE as main support, who have previously shared the stage with the almighty BON JOVI, and toured with the likes of SALIVA, STEEL PANTHER and SEVENDUST.

SMOKIN’ MIRRORS “Set To Ignite” EP Launch kicks off at 8pm at Leichhardt’s The Bald Faced Stag Hotel on Saturday 16th of November. For all media enquiries, including interviews, further information, or to be placed on a media list for the event, please don’t hesitate to email


Music lovers heartsick for a time when ROCK meant Molotov cocktail riffs, electrifying guitar solos and monster choruses designed to be blasted at top volume on car stereos COULD BE AT RISK of getting hooked on SMOKIN’ MIRRORS.

A fun-loving, female fronted hard rock band from Australia’s Central Coast, Smokin’ Mirrors were founded on devilish camaraderie and a mutual love of high-energy, melodic, guitar driven, hard riffin’ rock music.

The young four piece – who have supported bands the calibre of TONIGHT ALIVE, TRIAL KENNEDY (US), HEROES FOR HIRE and iconic Aussie rockers, THE ANGELS – have just inked an international distribution deal with Third Verse Distribution and will unleash their debut EP ‘Set To Ignite’ and music video for the titular track in early November.

Meanwhile, original AC/DC drummer Colin Burgess says that – while the band’s music is top class – the strength of their live show cannot be denied:

“It’s rare to find a band these days with the dedication to music that the bands had in the 60’s,” Burgess says. “That’s why I found Smokin’ Mirrors extremely refreshing, as they ooze passion for what they do. Because they really love their music, it shines and carries you with it.”

More about… OCTOBER RAGE

Bombastic heavy rockers OCTOBER RAGE bring you the latest in head banging tunes, stadium rock anthems and majestic ballads. The Central Coast riffsters scored a coveted support slot for stadium rock juggernauts BON JOVI in 2010, and have since taken their show to the US, where they’ve added tours with SALIVA, SEVENDUST and STEEL PANTHER to their already mammoth CV. SMOKIN’ MIRRORS ‘Set To Ignite’ EP Detonation Party marks the band’s first Sydney show back on home soil.

More about… THRASHED

South Sydney’s groove metal heroes THRASHED are a heavy metal band with a difference. Their hook-laden, head-banging tunes are infused with a contagious sense of fun, which has been their calling card from the release of their debut EP to the arrival of their brand new album ‘Surfs Up… Hail Satan!’, which was released last month.


Rattlesnake are one of Sydney’s hardest working bands, serving up a gutsy rock show with the kind of vocal and guitar theatrics that will have your jaws dropping, your heads banging and your fists pumping. The quartet released their debut EP ‘Believe Me’ in July 2012, a year that also saw them smash their way to the grand final of the highly competitive Emergenza band competition.


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