One of Australia's most captivating bands deliver their magnum opus.
Hailing from the nation's capital, I Exist craft a brand of grim, sludge-influenced hardcore that's seen them grow a devoted following throughout Australia. Having just returned home from their debut European tour and with new album 'From Darkness' out late November, we catch up with guitarist Aaron Osborne to get the lowdown.
Canberra hardcore seven-piece (yes, seven-piece) I Exist have pledged their allegiance to the power of the riff. Mashing together a love of riff-driven hardcore with nods to 90s sludge metal bands like Eyehategod, the band have honed their craft across two LPs and extensive national touring. Ahead of their appearances at Bastardfest around the country, guitarist and intermittent vocalist Aaron Osborne spoke to Kill Your Stereo about the band's endeavours.
Another great offering from one of Australian hardcore's best.
Canberra wizards I Exist are currently on tour with Phantoms in support of their recent "Bad Romance" split, and have been making an effort to be one of the most entertaining bands in the country right now. The band will be playing the annual Push Over festival next month, and we caught up with the band's guitarist Aaron to discuss the festival, as well as the band's plans for the rest of 2011.
On the eve of their impending tour with hardcore heavy weights Shai Hulud I Exist guitarist Aaron Osbourne took some time to talk about their latest album and Queenslands Wet n Wild