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Casey // Tom Weaver

Hanging out at a trendy South Melbourne cafe earlier this year, I’m sitting across from Casey’s honest and kind frontman, Tom We...

Killswitch Engage // Jesse Leach

Speaking with Jesse Leach, you’re never lost in terms of topics to discuss with the guy. The Killswitch Engage frontman is an enthusia...

Frank Turner

Hearing from the man himself while in North Carolina for the third leg of their American tour, it’s a very hot day and Frank Turner ha...

Basement // Andrew Fisher

For Basement’s Andrew Fisher, his main goal now with the U.K. band, other than writing the best songs that they can, is to remain pres...

Silent Planet // Garrett Russell

An intrinsic part of why Silent Planet are such an exciting, incredible band is the personality and lyricism of their frontman, Garrett Rus...

The Black Queen // Greg Puciato

There’s never an end for Greg Puciato. There’s always something for him to share and something for him to create. As he tells me...

La Dispute // Brad Vander Lugt

I was a little confused when around when the time I was meant to hear from Brad Vander Lugt, I received a call from right here in Australia ...

Thrice // Dustin Kensrue

Thrice’s musical growth is one of the most natural and strongest evolutions you’ll find from most bands coming from alternative ...

Hail The Sun // Donovan Melero

Donovan Melero, the drummer and vocalist of the always-impeccable Hail The Sun, is an emotional surgeon of sorts. He takes an introspective...

Dan Smith & Kris Rochelle // Listener

Dan, Kris, one thing I love about the new Listener record, ‘Being Empty : Being Filled’, is the framing device of how the theme...

Stryper // Michael Sweet

If there is a genre of music that has bands who are in the game for more than 30 years, it’s definitely heavy metal, so it’s never s...

Plini

Chatting the next modern development of the guitar as an instrument? Travelling with his own headless guitar? Why focus on creating EP’...

Intervals // Aaron Marshall

Let’s be real: one of the hardest things about instrumental guitar is that shredding without melody can be exhausting and boring. Than...

Polyphia // Clay Gober

Who said that instrumental prog/djent had to be metal influenced? American guitar up-starts Polyphia have been making it their full missi...

Hopesfall | Joshua Brigham

The last time North Carolina post-hardcore outfit Hopesfall released an album, the iPhone wasn’t available to the general public and F...

Halestorm // Lzzy Hale

It’s been three years since the driving force of Pennsylvanian rock ‘n’ roll act, Halestorm, released original music, but fans...

Fozzy // Chris Jericho

2017 was the year Fozzy have been pining for since their inception in 1999. The year that they capitalized on great popularity and critical...

Pale Waves // Heather Baron-Gracie

Rising U.K. dream-pop/indie-rock newcomers, Pale Waves, will be inside Australian borders next week for their first ever live shows on our...

Bury Tomorrow // Daniel Winter-Bates

Having just turned up to Jera On Air festival in the Netherlands over the weekend, I hear from Bury Tomorrow’s frontman, Daniel Winte...

Skid Row I Rachel Bolan

Rachel Bolan, founding member and bassist of heavy metal legends, Skid Row talks touring Australia in 1990 and 2018, welcoming former Dragon...

Gravemind | Dylan Gillies-Parsons

Why listen to a well-thought-out & well-constructed podcast when you could just listen to two mates talk shit for about 50 minutes? Exac...

Zeal & Ardor | Manuel Gagneux

Manuel Gagneux – the genius behind black-metal/blues/spiritual hybrid, Zeal & Ardor – discusses the details of the band̵...

Pridelands | Joshua Cory

Earlier this month, Melbourne’s Pridelands released their new EP, ‘Any Colour You Desire’ – no doubt the group’...