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SAMIAM

Seminal Californian punk band SAMIAM are currently on tour in Australia and we had the chance to chat to guitarist Sergie Loobkoff abou...

Samiam

Formed out of the legendary Bay Area punk scene in the early 1990s amongst peers like Jawbreaker and Green Day, Samiam’s brand of emot...

Samsara

In 2007, Samsara shook the foundations of Australian hardcore with their colossal debut album ‘The Emptiness‘. Three years and t...

Sanzu

Anytime a band drops their début record, it often proves a nail-biting task. You desperately want to succeed and equally deny any failure. ...

Save the Clock Tower

Tasmanian upstarts Save the Clock Tower are ready to make a name in the music scene. Having already toured Australia many times over support...

Saves The Day

Saves The Day have been a longstanding powerhouse of alternative rock, constantly evolving their sound across a widespread discography. Spea...

Saviour

Saviour are making some pretty big waves around the country at the moment. The boys from Perth have toured around the country three times al...

Say Anything

Artists that make you think as much as Say Anything do are rare, admirable and undeniably powerful. Luckily for us, Say Anything are bringi...

Say Anything

For years Say Anything, led by their off kilter front man Max Bemis, have made music that relates to, but never aligns itself with, specific...

Say Anything

Say Anything have always strived to be one of the more interesting and eccentric acts in modern punk rock over their twelve-year career. The...

Say Anything

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

Scar Symmetry

Swedish metal band Scar Symmetry have just released their latest album ‘Dark Matter Dimension’s and we caught up with drummer He...

Scar The Martyr

He is one of the most recognised and renowned musicians in the contemporary metal scene. Having excelled with the likes of Slipknot and the ...

Scott Kelly

Almost three decades of musical experience, respected and renowned musician Scott Kelly has certainly achieved a lot. Touring Australia next...

Scott Reynolds

For Scott Reynolds, the former singer of All and frontman of The Pavers and Goodbye Harry, he is now getting back into music full time, and ...

Seether

South African metal outfit Seether took an extended ‘break’ in 2009 before coming back and recording their fifth, and most succe...

Senses Fail

With only two founding members remaining in the band, Senses Fail have made a drastic change to their sound with their latest effort "R...

Senses Fail

Senses Fail’s singer, James “Buddy” Nielsen, is a pretty outspoken guy. A quick look through his personal social media account...

Senses Fail

Senses Fail, much-loved veterans of the post-hardcore world, have just unveiled their sixth studio album, ‘Pull The Thorns From Your Heart...

Sentinel

Melbourne newcomers Sentinel are easily one of the better metalcore bands emerging from the current local scene. Containing the heavy and gu...

Set The Score

Set The Score were our first Aussie Feature for 2015 recently, and rightfully so. They’re a hard-working pop-punk band with the potential ...

Set Your Goals

Having spent the better part of the year on the road, Set Your Goals are all set for their first trip to Australia as part of the 2008 Vans ...

Set Your Goals

Set Your Goals recently released their sophomore album ‘This Will Be The Death Of Us’ to rave reviews and we caught up with sing...

Settle For Less

New Jersey’s Settle For Less have just released their fantastic new EP "Contemporary" through 6131 Records, proving that the...