No stranger to controversy, Seraphs Coal was accused of “voter fraud” when their single “Hope Is Where the Heart Is” debuted at #4 on Triple J’s Net 50, before proceeding to hold steady at #1. This was the start of a series of unfortunate events that Juice Magazine dubbed “Seraphsgate”, ultimately seeing the band blacklisted by Triple J.
Controversy aside, the band toured relentlessly from 1996 to 2002, performing Main Stage Vans Warped Tour 1999, Essential Stage headline at Big Day Out 2000, Loudmouth Stage at Livid Festival 2002, and making memories with childhood heroes Millencolin, No Use for a Name, Strung Out and others.
Complete Discography is now available to stream for free on multiple platforms, including Spotify and Google Play. To ensure these songs remain online for future generations, pick up some merch.
Dan Jones – Drums/Vocals
Sam Barnes – Guitar/Vocals
Andre Dumuid – Bass/Vocals
Ben Donnithorne – Guitar
Sean Bushby – Guitar
John Garrett – Guitar