Parkway Drive

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Parkway Drive
Parkway Drive performing at Rock am Ring 2018
Parkway Drive performing at Rock am Ring 2018
Background information
Also known asPWD, Parkway
OriginByron Bay, New South Wales, Australia
Years active2003 (2003)–present
Associated acts
  • Ben Gordon
  • Luke Kilpatrick
  • Jeff Ling
  • Winston McCall
  • Jia O'Connor
Past members
  • Brett Versteeg
  • Shaun Cash

Parkway Drive are an Australian metalcore band from Byron Bay, New South Wales, formed in 2003.[1][2] As of 2018, Parkway Drive have released six studio albums, one EP, two DVDs, a split album and one book, titled Ten Years of Parkway Drive. The band's latest four albums have reached the top 10 of the Australian ARIA Charts, with Ire reaching number 1 in October 2015, and Reverence in May 2018.

The band's line-up has been consistent since the addition of bassist Jia O'Connor in 2006, with Brett Versteeg having left in 2004 and Shaun Cash in 2006.


Early years and Killing with a Smile (2003–2006)[edit]

Parkway Drive were formed at the beginning of 2003.[3] The band took their name from the street where their home rehearsal space and live venue, 'The Parkway House', was located. The 2009 documentary 'Parkway Drive: The DVD' explains that there was a lack of venues for punk rock and hardcore punk bands to practice and perform and that 'Parkway House' was like 'a little oasis for us and all our friends'.[4] The group played their first show at the Byron Bay Youth Centre where I Killed the Prom Queen vocalist Michael Crafter, visiting from Adelaide, also first saw the group and gained their interest. The I Killed the Prom Queen / Parkway Drive: Split CD was released June 2003 and both groups toured Australia over the rest of the year. After signing with Resist Records, the band released the Don't Close Your Eyes EP in 2004 and opened for Shadows Fall, Chimaira, Hatebreed and Alexisonfire on subsequent Australian tours. Winston McCall commented on the EP in early 2005 that he was surprised that 'for six songs it's done amazing for us...I'm surprised that kids picked it up so well'[5] Following Brett Versteeg's replacement by Shaun Cash, Parkway Drive flew to the United States where they recorded their debut full-length Killing with a Smile with Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz in just two weeks. Manager Graham Nixon later noted that 'it was not the "done thing" for an Australian band to head overseas and work with a producer of that sort of calibre'.[4] The album debuted in the Australian Album (ARIA) charts at 39. In 2006 the group toured in Europe, their first time performing overseas, and later returned to North America. In late May 2006, bass player Shaun Cash left the band for personal reasons with full support from the rest of the members. He was replaced by their "merch guy" and long-time friend, Jia "Pie" O'Connor. Parkway Drive signed to American punk label Epitaph in June 2006.

Horizons (2007–2009)[edit]

Following their return to Adam Dutkiewicz's studio, Horizons was released on 6 October 2007. The album was generally acclaimed by critics and fans alike; especially Blunt Magazine, 'simply slays from the get go'[6] and awarded it 10/10, and, which suggested that it would 'set the benchmark for metal albums to come'. It debuted at number 6 on the ARIA Charts.[7]

Parkway Drive performing at 2007's Warped Tour

Deep Blue (2010–2011)[edit]

On 23 March 2010, Parkway Drive entered the studio to begin recording their third album, Deep Blue, with producer Joe Barresi. According to their lead vocalist Winston McCall, this was to be their rawest and heaviest record to date.[8] According to a blog that posted on Myspace on 1 April 2010, they had finished tracking the drums for the album.[9] According to a blog posted on 8 April 2010, Parkway Drive were half finished with rhythm guitars, bass and vocals for the upcoming untitled album. On 17 April 2010, Parkway Drive officially announced that they finished recording the forthcoming album, and added a studio diary video to their Myspace. On 26 April, vocalist Winston McCall revealed in a video-interview two new song-titles: "Home Is for the Heartless" (feat. Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion) and "Hollow" (feat. Marshall Lichtenwaldt of the Warriors). Winston stated in the interview that the European tour they were on was the last tour until the release of the new album, indicating that the album should be out in stores sometime before the Vans Warped Tour began.[10]

In September, the group was nominated for an ARIA Award for Deep Blue in the newly created Best Hard Rock, Heavy Metal Album category and eventually won. It was the first ARIA Award in the band's history.[11][12]

Parkway Drive received the Australian Independent Record (AIR) Award for 'Best Independent Hard Rock or Punk Album' in 2010 for Deep Blue.[13]

In 2011, Winston McCall was featured in the Warriors' song "Panic", from their album See How You Are. That same year, he was featured in You Me at Six's song "Time Is Money" from their album Sinners Never Sleep.[14] It was announced in early 2011 that Parkway Drive would perform at the Sonisphere Festival in Imola, Italy on 25 June and in Knebworth, UK on 10 July.[15]

Winston McCall in February 2012

Atlas (2012–2013)[edit]

In an interview with NME, Winston spoke briefly about an upcoming fourth studio album. Winston is quoted as saying, "We've got ideas for this record that are bigger than anything we've done in the past. We're trying to pencil it in, but we want to get in the studio sooner rather than later."[16] The vocalist also gave an update on the condition of the band's guitarist Luke 'Pig' Kilpatrick. The guitarist has been forced to play with the band from a wheelchair after a surfing accident, but McCall said he was improving and would be up on his feet for the band's next tour. He said: "I think he'll be in a cast for a couple more weeks. His leg had swelled up to the size of a football, but it's come down now. He still can't walk on it yet. It's made for an interesting couple of tours and it'll be weird when he is walking around again."[16]

On 10 April 2012, Parkway Drive released a trailer for their new Blu-ray/DVD entitled Home Is for the Heartless with a set release date for 6 July 2012.[17]

In an interview with Reviewed Music, Winston McCall stated that "Parkway Drive will be entering the studio following their April European/UK tour to begin recording their upcoming fourth album."[18] Parkway Drive announced via Instagram that they will officially begin recording their new album on 20 June in LA.[19]

Parkway Drive performing in 2013

Ire (2014–2016)[edit]

In February 2014, Parkway Drive announced they would be participating in the 2014 Warped Tour on the main stage. On 11 April 2014 they announced on their Instagram that they were working on a new album. On 4 June 2015, Parkway Drive teased a letter for their upcoming fifth studio album; later the same day, the album cover was leaked online in its entirety. The album was called Ire, and a new single entitled "Vice Grip" with a music video was released to the public on 8 June 2015. The release date of Ire was 25 September. On 20 June, "Vice Grip" peaked at number 88 on the Australian singles chart, making it the band's second charting single after "Dark Days", which peaked at number 71 in September 2012.[20][21] "Crushed" from Ire later reached number 96 on 29 August.[22]

On 11 July 2016, the band released a new single "Devil's Calling" for the deluxe edition of Ire.

Reverence and Viva the Underdogs (2017–present)[edit]

In May 2017, the band announced that they were working on a new album. Vocalist Winston McCall said the album would be "more aggressive" than its predecessor Ire. The album had been expected to be released sometime in 2018.[23] On 27 February 2018, the band released Wishing Wells, which is the first single from their forthcoming sixth album, whose name not been yet announced. On 13 March 2018, the band announced that their sixth studio album entitled Reverence would be released on 4 May 2018. The second single entitled The Void was released alongside this announcement.[24] A 3rd single entitled Prey was released on 24 April 2018.[25] Following the release of Reverence, the band announced the North American tour with August Burns Red and the Devil Wears Prada beginning on 30 August from San Diego, California and ending on 23 September in Hollywood.[26]

Reverence won the 2018 ARIA Award for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album, obtaining the band their second win in the category.[27]

On 6 November 2019, the band announced their new documentary movie Viva the Underdogs would be screened for one night only across the world on 22 January 2020, detailing their 15-year rise to fame from the Byron Bay hardcore days in 2003, through to their UK Festival headline performances in 2019.[28]

The band announced "Viva the Underdogs" worldwide tour to celebrate the release of Viva the Underdogs. The European portion of the tour was announced on 27 November 2019 with Venom Prison, Stick to Your Guns and Hatebreed as supporters.[29] The Australian portion was announced on 9 December 2019 with Every Time I Die and Hatebreed as supporters.[30] The North America portion was announced on 18 February 2020 with include Hatebreed, Knocked Loose and Fit for a King as supporters, and the tour would be the first time that Parkway Drive will be using their pyrotechnics in North America.[31] All three portions of the tour have been postponed to different dates in 2021 and 2022 due to COVID-19 pandemic.[32][33][34][35]

On 23 January 2020, the band announced the Viva the Underdogs soundtrack, which features live recordings from their Wacken Open Air 2019 headline performance and three rerecorded songs with frontman Winston McCall singing in German.[36] In December 2020, Parkway Drive were listed at number 32 in Rolling Stone Australia's "50 Greatest Australian Artists of All Time" issue.[37]

Musical style and influences[edit]

The band's genre has been mainly described as metalcore.[38][39][40][41][42][43][44] Their earlier albums mix the genre with deathcore,[45] and they recently switched to a more classic heavy metal sound.[46][47] Their sound employs screaming vocals, guitar riffs and breakdowns. Unlike many other popular modern metalcore bands, Parkway Drive did not use clean singing on any of their studio albums until their 2015 studio album Ire,[44] although they did use them on some songs on their first two EPs, on which they were performed by the band's original bassist Brett Versteeg. However, following the shift in style during Reverence, Winston McCall stated that Parkway Drive have "outgrown metalcore", and have transitioned away from their earlier roots.[48] They have cited influences including Rage Against the Machine,[49] Metallica, Slayer, Iron Maiden, Bad Religion, Pennywise, the Offspring, Faith No More, the Dillinger Escape Plan, Hatebreed and Killswitch Engage.[50]

Parkway Drive's vocalist, Winston McCall, has a younger brother, Oscar, who is a vocalist in the hardcore punk band 50 Lions.[44]




Parkway Drive discography
Studio albums6
Music videos15

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales Certifications
(sales thresholds)



2005 Killing with a Smile
  • Released: 12 September 2005
  • Label: Resist; Epitaph
  • Formats: CD, digital download
39 166
2007 Horizons
  • Released: 6 October 2007
  • Label: Resist; Epitaph
  • Formats: CD, digital download
6 27
2010 Deep Blue
  • Released: 25 June 2010
  • Label: Resist; Epitaph; Burning Heart
  • Formats: CD, digital download
2 68 46 21 84 112
2012 Atlas
  • Released: 26 October 2012
  • Label: Resist; Epitaph
  • Formats: CD, digital download
3 33 74 162 22 12 57 48 32
2015 Ire
  • Released: 25 September 2015
  • Label: Resist; Epitaph
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 11 16 45 8 15 12 23 29
2018 Reverence
  • Released: 4 May 2018
  • Label: Resist; Epitaph
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 6 5 37 3 34 3 14 35
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Live albums[edit]

List of live albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions
2020 Viva the Underdogs
  • Released: 27 March 2020
  • Label: Resist; Epitaph
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
70 19 5 22


List of EPs
Year EP details
2004 Don't Close Your Eyes
  • Released: 2004
  • Label: Resist
  • Formats: CD

Split albums[edit]

List of split albums
Year Album details
2003 Split CD
with I Killed the Prom Queen
  • Released: 2003
  • Label: Final Prayer
  • Formats: CD
2003 Parkway Drive / Think Straight / Shoot to Kill: What We've Built|What We've Built
with Think Straight / Shoot to Kill
  • Released: 2003
  • Label: Left For Dead Recordings
  • Formats: CD


Year Title Peak chart positions Album

2010 "Sleepwalker" Deep Blue
2012 "Dark Days" Atlas
2013 "Wild Eyes"
2015 "Vice Grip" 19 Ire
"The Sound of Violence"
2016 "Devil's Calling" 34
"Bottom Feeder"
2018 "Wishing Wells" Reverence
"The Void" 18
"Prey" 27
2019 "Shadow Boxing"

Music videos[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Album Director(s) Link
"Smoke 'Em If Ya Got 'Em" 2006 Killing with a Smile N/A [1]
"Boneyards" 2007 Horizons Eric Zunkley [2]
"Sleepwalker" 2010 Deep Blue Winston McCall & Aaron Briggs [3]
"Karma" 2011 Caleb Graham [4]
"Unrest" N/A [5]
"Dark Days" 2012 Atlas Aaron Hymes [6]
"Wild Eyes" 2013 [7]
"Vice Grip" 2015 Ire Frankie Nasso [8]
"Crushed" Carlo Oppermann [9]
"Devil's Calling" 2016 Ire (Deluxe Edition) Frankie Nasso [10]
"Bottom Feeder" Ire N/A [11]
"Wishing Wells" 2018 Reverence Frankie Nasso [12]
"The Void" Allan Hardy [13]
"Prey" Neal Walters [14]
"Shadow Boxing" 2019 N/A [15]



  • Parkway Drive: The DVD (2009; Resist, Epitaph)
  • Home Is for the Heartless (2012; Resist, Epitaph)
  • Viva the Underdogs (2020; Resist, Epitaph)

Awards and nominations[edit]

AIR Awards[edit]

The Australian Independent Record Awards (known colloquially as the AIR Awards) is an annual awards night to recognise, promote and celebrate the success of Australia's Independent Music sector.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2010 Deep Blue Best Independent Hard Rock or Punk Album Won [69][70]
2013 Atlas Nominated [71]
2021 Viva the Underdogs Best Independent Heavy Album or EP Nominated [72][73]

ARIA Music Awards[edit]

The ARIA Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony that recognises excellence, innovation, and achievement across all genres of Australian music. Parkway Drive has won 2 awards from 4 nominations (one pending).

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2010 Deep Blue Best Hard Rock or Heavy Metal Album Won
2016 Ire Nominated
2018 Reverence Won
2020 Viva the Underdogs Nominated[74][75]

J Awards[edit]

The J Awards are an annual series of Australian music awards that were established by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's youth-focused radio station Triple J. They commenced in 2005.

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2012 Atlas Australian Album of the Year Nominated[76]
2015 Ire Nominated[77]

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