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Jack the Giant Killer

Hard working Adelaide metal-core band Jack The Giant Killer have been kind enough to spare some time with us before their launch show this F...

Jack The Stripper

The rather extreme Luke Frizon of the even more extreme Melbourne outfit, Jack The Stripper, lays a lot out in the open in this interview. S...

Jack The Stripper

One of the most underrated names, in what is a vast and healthy local market for heavy music, Jack The Stripper are preparing for a solid 20...

Jack The Stripper

Melbourne noise merchants Jack The Stripper were kind enough to answer some questions about their particularly discordant brand of hardcore....

Jack’s Mannequin

With a captivating melodic piano rock sound Jack’s Mannequin have been winning the world over since their first release in 2005 but af...

Jaguar Love

All month long we are running the Soundwave Festival Quickies – where we issue a band playing at the festival 7 quick questions.

Jamie Hay

As well as playing in the likes of A Death In The Family, Conation, Fear Like Us, Tyre Swans and Ribbons Patterns, Jamie Hay has finall...

Jebediah

Perth alternative rockers Jebediah – or `the Jebs’ as they’re affectionately known – have been kicking around as a b...

Job For A Cowboy

In the bands early beginnings, many wrote Job For A Cowboy off as being just another Myspace metal band, who was big on the internet, but re...

Joey Cape / Tony Sly

Arguably two of the most influential front men from Californian punk bands since the 90’s, Joey Cape (Lagwagon) and Tony Sly (No Use F...

Joyce Manor

Californian punks Joyce Manor, having just released their third studio album, continue to showcase a strong work ethic. With Never Hungover ...

Judas Priest

If you don’t know who Judas Priest are then you best brush up on the past 40 years of heavy metal history fast because the Gods of the...

Justice For The Damned | Nick Adams

You know what’s hard?¬†Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy, what with the edited hitboxes and changed collisions in the remaster making C...