MORE: DOWNLOAD AUSTRALIA: Open The Gates Of Hell In Its Sydney Debut // MORE: The Amity Affliction: Bringing Misery Home REVIEWS: CHILDREN OF BODOM: Hexed // IN FLAMES: I, The Mask This was the Coliseum that would host thrash juggernaut Slayer‘s Final World Tour. Let that sink in: Final World Tour. Though nothing is truly over in the mad world of music, it did feel like closure. However with a line-up this stacked, who has time for feeling sad? With a constellation of punk, metal, and ‘core stars that eclipsed the scale and status of the inaugural turn at an Australian Download, this festival was surely one to savour. Red Stage: 12:00 – 12:30Hey, being first isn’t so bad. You play, soak in some rays, and sleep the rest of the festival off. Perth prog wunderkinds Voyager brought the festival spirit early, taking command of the Red Stage like seasoned pros. Belting through Hyperventilating, Breaking Down, and half-crowd pleaser, half-Winamp visualisation test Broken, Mr. Danny Estrin was clear as bell; Simone Dow’s guitar theatrics seems to get better every time we see her. Longer set next time, please. // Tom Valcanis Avalanche Stage: 12:05 – 12:35“They said that a woman couldn’t...