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Backtrack

The NYHC scene has always been home to some of the most ferociously uncompromising bands in global hardcore such as Madball, Agnostic Front ...

Bad Religion

Bad Religion have been around longer than I’ve been on this planet, so getting a chance to speak to one of their members was an honour and...

Bad//Dreems

Adelaide’s Bad//Dreems unveil their debut LP this Friday. With September/October shows scheduled, the remaining months of 2015 appear ...

Bailey Van Ellis | Balance And Composure

Hey look, it’s everybody’s favourite sad-boys, Balance & Composure! This shoegazey, emo-tinged foursome from the States will be...

Balance And Composure

Following the release of their fantastic EP "Only Boundaries", Balance And Composure have cemented themselves as one of the best u...

Balance and Composure

Balance and Composure won some serious fans over with their debut full length ‘Separation,’ thanks to the grunge influenced...

Balance and Composure

Balance and Composure are arguably one of the most exciting bands to come out of the alternative scene in a long time. Having built a follow...

Bam Margera

It’s never dull, tedious or mundane when it comes to Bam Margera. The noted musical, skateboarding, TV (whichever profession label bes...

Bane

As one of hardcore’s most celebrated and respected bands – with a career spanning twenty years – Bane are now in the process of sa...

Bane

After almost two decades in the game, Bane are one of hardcore’s best veteran acts. The five-piece are a group that has always stuck t...

Bare Bones | James Dean

As a wise man once said: “It’s a long way to the top/If you wanna rock ‘n’ roll.” (R.I.P. B.S.) And for punk-r...

Baroness

Baroness are set to return to Australia this week for the second time this year, this time around opening for Metallica on their massive &qu...

Baroness

If there’s one band that’s managed to climb their way to the top of the metal mountain in the last decade, it’s the progressive musica...

Baroness

Headed to Australia for Soundwave next year, sludge metallers Baroness will return for the first time since 2010 armed with a horde of new t...

Baroness

Savannahs Baroness are about to embark on a run of shows in Australia courtesy of the Soundwave festival and Bass player Summer Welch has be...

Baroness

Savannah sludge metal kings Baroness have surprised and impressed with every release, and are busy putting the finishing touches on a brand ...

Basement

Hailing from Ipswich/Nottingham in the United Kingdom, Basement have released one of my favourite records so far in 2010 in their debut 7&qu...

Basement

Having taken a break after releasing their 2012 full length, Colourmeinkindness, Basement returned this year with the announcement of a tour...

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...

Batpiss | Thomy Sloane

Unflinching Collingwood trio, Batpiss, released their latest firey dirge-rock LP, ‘Rest in Piss,’ via Poison City just last we...

Bayside

With almost a decade and a half together and several well-received albums to show for it, Bayside are one of punk rock’s undisputed gr...

Bayside

A lot of bands claim to have overcome adversity to get where they are today. Very few of those bands have come close to what Bayside have ha...

Be’lakor

Melodic, dark, and progressive is how Melbourne’s Be’lakor describe themselves. With new album ‘Vessels’ set to release ...

Be’lakor

Melbourne’s Be’lakor are a local band worthy of respect. Having supported the likes of At the Gates and toured overseas as part ...