Hello, I'm Dave and this site is a collection of everything that involves rock & roll and heavy metal. Anything goes here: interviews, bands that no longer play, new upcoming bands and even hairstyle advice! I would not say that I have a "most favorite" band, and neither do I consider myself a groupie (yeah, we have groupies in the metal scene too). I'd say I'm the kind of guys who's always ready to party no matter the music - so long as it's METAL or ROCK!!

You can email me your story or opinion about the metal and rock scene. Send me an email to natural-born-records007 [at] yahoo.com - I'm always up for hearing from the rest of you, I'm sure a few of you have some rocking stories. Anyway here are some pictures of my escapades with my pals. Enjoy my site!



RAZEL (aka Jezebeldeva after it disbanded with some group members) play malevolent rock fuelled by the three points of the rock and roll trinity - garage, metal and holy punk.

Formed in 1999 while still at school, RAZEL are known for their intense live energy and the ability to combine pop sensibility, chunky riffs and metal growls with a pounding rhythm section.

The release of the debut album Big.Thing (Big Wig thru MGM) and the success of singles Suffer in Submission and Grommet has cemented the band's reputation as one of Australia's most exciting young bands.

After an awesome show at LIVID in October 2003 the band farewelled original drummer Claire Obst. Razel began 2004 with new drummer Sarah Thompson.


Razel have supported Spiderbait and Wolfmother in 2004 and are currently working on their second album.

Razel had 2 tracks from Big.Thing in the Triple J voting list for the 2004 hottest 100 and Suffer in Submission (38) and Homeless (26) were both voted into 4ZZZ's Hot 100.

Razel played the LIVID festival in Brisbane in October 2003.

BIG.THING was in the AIR independent album charts for 10 weeks from April to June 2003 reaching No. 9.

significant airplay for single Suffer in Submission and Grommet on Triple J, Triple M's Kerrang! radio and community and regional radio across Australia

3 sell-out shows at the Enmore Theatre Sydney with Grinspoon, 28 Days and The Butterfly Effect in April 2003

2003 shows with No Use For a Name (USA), Lagwagon, Frenzal Rhomb, Jerk, Snuff (UK) and Machine Gun Fellatio

2002 shows with Softball (Japan), Frenzal Rhomb, Grinspoon (Qld Tour) Killing Heidi, The Haggard (USA), Front End Loader, Motor Ace, The Stalkers and Mach Pelican

unsigned find' on Planet Rock on over 80 stations through the Austereo network in November 2002

Kerrang! 'scumscene' best new underground band for 2002

Ridicule from the Perfect Little Mongrels EP featured in the Australian movie BLURRED in 2002


Some of the latest diary updates:


Hi y'all. Just letting you know that we have begun preproduction on our second album - which should be ready for release early in 2005.


In the meantime, we are playing limited shows in and around Brisbane in August and hope to get down to NSW in October. Get to a show cos they'll be few and far between as the studio becomes our new home of rocknroll... and thanx to Crystal for the new pics from the Waterloo last wee.



You have two days left to vote for razel in Triple J’s Hottest 100. both ‘suffer in submission’ and ‘grommet’ are in the voting list. So please get voting.




Razel’s debut album BIG.THING came 28th in Skinnys music Top 100 selling albums for 2003. WOW. The first time a local band has made the list apparently! 




Razel are officially back in action with new drummer Sarah Thompson on board for the ride! Catch them in Brisbane and Sydney later this month. See the gig guide for details. New pics coming soon. (7 January 2004)




Melbourne beckons – Razel will be in Melbourne from March 17-20. Details of tour soon.
(7 January 2004)




Don’t miss three special Brisbane area shows coming soon, featuring special guest drummer Phil from Dr Octopus. See the gig guide for details.




Andy and Kelly were in for a real surprise when they turned up to talk to TV1 about Big Things for the TV1 Summer Promotion at the Big Cow at Nambour. They were interviewed by none other than Magda Szubanski (of Kath and Kym and Babe fame). For those of you with cable, tune in to TV1 over summer to catch glimpses of the Razel shenanigans at the Big Cow.



Razel performed to an enthusiastic early crowd on the Loudmouth Stage at LIVID who gave a massive farewell to Razel’s original drummer Claire. Andy and Kelly were found schmoozing again with movie stars at Livid and managed to piss-off Toni Collette by constantly referring to her enthusiastically as ‘Muriel’.