Bad Moon Born
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Bad Moon Born

Sydney, Australia | Established. Jan 01, 2016

Sydney, Australia
Established on Jan, 2016
Band Rock Hard Rock




"Q & A with Bad Moon Born"

Here is a recent Q&A with the band that will give you a little more insight into who they are.

What are your musical icons/influences?
Some of our icons would be Led Zeppelin, GNR, Audioslave and Soundgarden. We have a really broad taste in music though, so if you listen to a song of ours and think it may have been influenced by a band from a completely different style, you’re probably right.

What are you working on right now?
Right now we’re writing as many demos as possible so that we have a library of great tracks to choose from when we start to record our album.

What do you like to do outside of music that contributes to your musicality?
If you see our rehearsal room we have movie posters all over the walls. I think our love of film and T.V influences how we approach writing songs, because whether it’s through the lyrics or the dynamics and structure of the song, we always like to create a story...

Please click the link for the rest of the interview! - Amnplify

"An interview with Bad Moon Born"

What do you hope to achieve through your music?

We hope to achieve what those who have come before us have achieved. The legacy they have created, the mark they have left on Rock music and the world....

Please click the link to access the full interview! - Ellie D Official

"Bad Moon Born release 'Chemical Lullabies EP'"

Sydney rock outfit Bad Moon Born have released their debut EP titled ‘Chemical Lullabies‘.

The EP comes ahead of a full length album that the band has spent the past year working on, and will release soon...

Please click the link for full access to the review! - Bombshell Zine


Bad Moon Born are a bunch of guys from Sydney playing shows and rocking hard. Their EP Chemical Lullabies was released last month and proves that this is surely the beginning of some musical wonders. The band: Frank Lakoudis (vocals), Voya (guitar), Ned Koncar (guitar), Nick Allen (bass) and John Ez (drums) spent about a year in preparation, writing and experimenting before letting Chemical Lullabies loose into the world.

It’s full of wicked riffs and throaty vocals, and TEO caught up with Frank and Voya to have a chat about the EP, what ‘girth rock’ is, and Prophets of Rage...

Please click the link to access the rest of the interview! - teo

"Q&A with Bad Moon Born"

1. Your Profile
Answered by Frank & Voya
One of us is a tattoo artist, two of us have girthy fingers but are well controlled, one will serenade you like you deserve to be and one of us aspires to be a Calvin Klein underwear model.
We only look for fans that are willing to be in a dark room with us to discover who’s who.

2. Keeping Busy
Answered by Frank
We as a band have been constantly busy since last year. Last year was all spent writing and recording for our debut EP. Once we finished that we jumped straight back in and started writing and recording new tracks. At the same time we’ve been hitting the rehearsal studio hard to get ourselves gig ready for all our upcoming shows.

3. Best Gig Ever
Answered by Frank
A standout show for us would have been when we played an after party for The Lost Angels to a ridiculously packed out room at the Sly Fox. What makes it further more memorable is that John Corabi (The Dead Daisies/Motley Crue) & Eric Dover (Slash's Snakepit) came up to us after the show and gave their tick of approval.

Worst gig was when we played at a New Years event to 3 people at Penrith including a guy with an eye patch who came on stage and slurred his way through knocking on heavens door. After that we all drove home listening to the countdown on our radios.

4. Current Playlist
Answered by Voya

I’ve been in an extremely 90s vibe lately so a lot of Soundgarden, Alice In Chains, RATM & Stone Temple Pilots but as for the whole band, since we all have quite different listening palettes I think the few we'd all agree on would be Audioslave, Guns N Roses, Avenged Sevenfold & Alter Bridge.
As for gigs that have inspired us, a few of us saw Chris Cornell at the Opera House doing his acoustic set. It was quite surreal, almost a god like aura.

5. Your Ultimate Rider
Answered by Voya
Our ultimate rider would be a carton of Benson and Hedges smooth, one bottle of death sauce and 1kg of pepper. - The Brag


Still working on that hot first release.



Hailing from the Sydney rock scene, Bad Moon Born are an undeniably talented up and coming five-piece rock band with a captivating sound that is self-described as “girth rock”. A fusion of old school Classic Rock and Metal, with influences from Guns ‘N’ Roses, Alter Bridge, Avenged Sevenfold and Audioslave.