| 2005–present|| Hardcore punk, Metalcore|
| Oscar McCall
Byron "Boz" Carney
Byron Bay, Australia (2005)
Where Life Expires, Time Is The Enemy, Nowhere to Run, Split, Down To Nothing / 50 Lions [Split]
Resist Records, 6131 Records, Caroline Distribution, Six Feet Under Records, Washed Up Records
Parkway Drive, Down to Nothing, 100 Demons, Carpathian, The Warriors
50 Lions are an Australian band from Byron Bay, New South Wales. The band is named after a poker machine of the same name.
In 2006, they released their self-titled 7", which sold out within 3 months of its release. Later that year, they released their debut album, Nowhere To Run, through Washed Up Records. They then released Time Is The Enemy through Resist Records. In 2006 they did a tour with Australian band I Killed The Prom Queen. At the beginning of 2008, the band played alongside Parkway Drive in 14 out of 15 dates during the Surf Rat Tour. They have since released a split CD with American band Down To Nothing.
After their European tour, they will be doing a tour of Australia with Blacklisted, and then will be a part of the annual Hardcore festival in Sydney. 50 Lions vocalist Oscar McCall is the brother of Parkway Drive vocalist Winston McCall.
In December 2010, they released a new song on a split 7" record with Australian bands Parkway Drive, No Apologies and Blkout entitled, This is Australia. The 7" was released by friend and No Apologies vocalist Pete 'Bloke' Abordi on Abordi's Bloke Records. The goal was to release one song each by four prominent Australian hardcore bands with each song being under a minute in length.
Throughout their short career they have toured with bands such as Rise Against, Parkway Drive, I Killed the Prom Queen, Evergreen Terrace and Comeback Kid.
In November 2009, 50 Lions teamed up with Baltimore's Trapped Under Ice for a national tour of Australia. The tour will cover Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Byron, Sydney and Perth. In January 2010, 50 Lions toured Australia nationally on the Boys of Summer 2010 Tour, supporting American metalcore band Every Time I Die. During the months from April to May 2010, 50 Lions toured Europe with Parkway Drive, Despised Icon, Winds Of Plague and The Warriors.Oscar McCall – vocals
Byron "Boz" Carney – bass
Elmzy – guitars
Baina – guitars
Jonathan Niclair – drums
2005 - Demo 7"
2006 - Nowhere to Run
2007 - Time Is the Enemy
2008 - Down to Nothing / 50 Lions EP
2009 - S/T 7"
2009 - Where Life Expires
2010 - This Is Australia: Split 7"
2013 - Pray for Nothing 7"
2015 - Former Glory 7"
Wheres the GoldNowhere to Run · 200650 Lions Wikipedia
To The TestTime Is The Enemy · 2010
LocrianWhere Life Expires · 2009