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Endless Heights

Sydney hardcore band Endless Heights have been on a bit of a roll lately. They have recently released their new EP "Dream Strong",...

Kids In Glass Houses

Kids In Glass Houses have pushed their musical ability to its outer limits with the release of ‘In Gold Blood’, an album which s...

Conditions

Conditions are a band that have been enjoying worldwide recognition on the back of their 2010 debut album, ‘Fluorescent Youth’. ...

The Dillinger Escape Plan

The Dillinger Escape Plan have been a powerhouse of the worldwide heavy music scene since 1997, constantly evolving themselves and pushing t...

Aftermath

It’s been a good year for Sydney heavy-hardcore five piece Aftermath. Their debut EP "Disbeliever" dropped early in 2011 and...

Turbowolf

Fast, hard-hitting and groovy, Bristol’s Turbowolf are bringing back rock n roll in style. Since forming in 2008 the band has repeated...

Seether

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

Lydia

Line-up changes, a break up, a reformation and a new album. This has been Arizona rockers Lydia’s world of late, but overcoming the lo...

Northlane

Frequently dubbed as one of the hardest working bands in the country, Josh from Sydney based metal outfit Northlane took some time from thei...

Boris the Blade

While Australian metal fans may currently be unfamiliar with the name Boris the Blade, chances are this won’t be the case for long. Wi...

War From A Harlots Mouth

Even within metal’s endless labelling and over-specific sub-genres, Germany’s War From A Harlots Mouth have always been a hard b...

Four Year Strong

Four Year Strong have never been a band willing to stagnate themselves. On their fourth studio album, ‘In Some Way, Shape Or Form&rsqu...

My Chemical Romance

2011 marks 10 years since My Chemical Romance formed. People first started taking notice when the band released their 2004 major label debut...

Mariachi El Bronx

On paper, punk plus traditional Mexican instrumentation and get ups sounds like a bad joke. But The Bronx’s Mariachi double self ...

Alcest

KYS talks to Neige, the musical mastermind behind experimental French black metallers Alcest. As anyone who has listened to Alcest’s m...

La Dispute

It has been three years since La Dispute released their first full length Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair and s...

Angelas Dish

Angelas Dish have been a staple of the Aussie live scene for years now, with some of the finest EP’s and albums the local rock scene h...

Wednesday 13

Creepy horror punk legend Wednesday 13 never sits still for too long. After a series of solo releases and hard touring from 2005, Wednesday ...

The Bride

The Bride are a 5-piece hardcore band from Sydney, one of the most recent additions to the UNFD roster and definitely a band to look out for...

The Getaway Plan

The Getaway Plan has emerged triumphantly from their hiatus with a brand new album and an extensive national tour with Break Even and Gather...

Alesana

North Carolina six-piece Alesana have been making music for 7 years now, and with their interesting concept approach to writing albums they ...

Adept

Fresh from touring with the likes of heavy juggernaughts Bring Me The Horizon and A Day to Remember, Swedens Adept have taken time out of th...

This Is Hell

Long Island hardcore outfit This Is Hell have been on the scene for a while now. Getting ever more thrashy with every album (that’s co...

Jebediah

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