Heinous Crimes came to life in the eastern suburbs of Adelaide in 2015, releasing their debut EP ‘No Time’ a year later, which drew from a mix of 90’s alt-rock and 70’s inspired hard-rock, marking the band’s place among the Adelaide underground music scene. 2017 saw the departure of the band’s drummer and Heinous Crimes needed a new direction, recruiting a second guitarist and new drummer, and taking a more jam-based approach in the band’s song writing process. The four-piece dynamic brought with it a heavier and fuller sound, leading to a completely fresh and unique blend of psychedelic, desert rock and alternative rock elements that have formed the Heinous Crimes sound. The band are currently in the studio polishing material for their second EP offering ‘Popular Music for Popular People” due for release in 2019 and are touring the ‘Lies’ single throughout November and December 2018.

Heinous Crimes have supported The Captives (VIC), Jack Harlon & The Dead Crows (VIC), Elephant Hive (Israel), and Berri Txarrak (Spain).