Beastly new album will be beastly…

Currently buried deep in the basement of GuitarBaby HQ writing the new album and working hard.     …contrary to what the photo may look like….


Hitting the road this August



Friday 27 June, 8:00pm.

$2 entry, free drink, and the night is being filmed – become immortalised on digital recording media.

The night is put on by the good people at the A and R Department who have been good enough to get behind the release of our single Caravan nationally and in Europe.

Slime endorsed by GuitarBaby

Slime couldn’t be more excited. Best. Strings. Ever.

A swag of gigs coming up…

Check out our gigs page!
Sat 24 May: Bald faced Stag, Leichhardt
Sat 16 Aug: DEADFEST 2014

Killer album review from Kill Your Scene

“Where The Desert Meets The Sea will captivate listeners with its middle eastern tones mixed with unmistakably Prog riffs. . . The instrumentals on Where The Desert Meets The Sea are nothing less than majestic and are reminiscent of The Tea Party’s Transmission era built upon a distinctively Progressive foundation.”

Read the full review here.

Music video for ‘Caravan’, now on YouTube!

Where the Desert Meets the Sea – #11 in Metal as Fvck’s top 20 albums of 2013!

“Layers, textures, spice and silk are just some of the flavours emanating from this arabesque rock group. Soft elegant yet intense and powerful; Domino will have you eating out of the palm of their hands”. See the full top 20 here.

Presenting the music video for ‘Caravan’ from the album ‘Where the Desert Meets the Sea’.

Awesome live review – thank you, Metal as Fvck!

Read the review of the whole gig here.

A simple sound check had punters creeping forward as Domino vocalist Erica Bowron launched into the bands signature Arabesque sound. Domino gave an explosive performance and several times throughout the set my jaw dropped and eyes bulged at this immense talent. Domino summon a mixture of seduction and mystique with their debut album Where The Desert Meets The Sea and showcased an epic amount of raw ability, substance and character.

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