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At The Drive In | Cedric Bixler-Zavala

It’s not every day that you get to speak to someone who has had such a profound impact on your own musical journey and overall life tr...

Stray From The Path | Tom Williams

Politics, online abuse, Paul Joseph Watson, rappers, guest vocalists, ‘Goodnight Alt-Right’, drummers, their new album ‘On...

Less Than Jake | Vinnie Fiorello

After getting a planned vacation sadly washed out by a tropical storm off the coast of Florida and with him hanging back after hours at his...

Don Broco | Rob Damiani

Don Broco are becoming one of my favourite rock bands of late, and I am very stoked for the four-piece’s December Australian tour late...

Slowly Building Weapons | Adam Preston

Sydney’s Slowly Building Weapons are back from the dead, and they have an eerie and vivid new ‘blackened hardcore’ LP to s...

The Contortionist

In a year where Steven Wilson can still claim a #1 album on the charts with a very proggy sound, it’s clear that the music industry stil...

Shane Told (Silverstein, River Oaks)

Shane Told is a man of many talents. When the Canadian singer isn’t performing with Silverstein (who just recently dropped a solid new...

Queens Of The Stone Age | Jon Theodore

Back in July, Queens Of The Stone Age ventured down to Australia for this year’s Splendour In The Grass festival, playing a sideshow a...

Wage War | Briton Bond

There’s definitely something in the water in Ocala, Florida. A decade ago, pop-punk-meets-metalcore titans A Day To Remember emerged ...

Justice For The Damned | Nick Adams

You know what’s hard? Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy, what with the edited hitboxes and changed collisions in the remaster making C...

Manchester Orchestra | Andy Hull

For too long, Manchester Orchestra have been one of the best-kept secrets of the American alternative music world. Fusing darkly heavy gui...

Dream Theater | James LaBrie

As artists, Dream Theater needs no introduction, but I’ll give them one anyway. Arguably the most influential progressive metal band...

Royal Blood | Mike Kerr

Playing to 125,000 people at a festival whilst simultaneously scoring the number #1 album in the U.K. is a feat that many bands sans The Be...

Sløtface | Tor-Arne Vikingstad

2017 has easily been one of the biggest years yet for the Norwegian rock youngbloods Sløtface, with more attention, traction and touring co...

As Paradise Falls | Danny Kenneally

As Paradise Falls latest album, ‘Digital Ritual’, has been a long time coming for the Brisbane metallers. With guitarist Glenn B...

PVRIS | Lynn Gunn

PVRIS have been tearing up the scene with their pop oriented alt since their debut album White Noise, slowly building up a tide of success ...

Batpiss | Thomy Sloane

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

Deafcult | Stevie Scott

When I look back at which homegrown releases that I’ll have loved the most this year, one of the records that will stand tall and prou...

Le Butcherettes | Teri Gender Bender

Few performers are more infectious and confronting than Le Butcherettes frontwoman, Teri Gender Bender (real name, Teresa Suarez, for those...

Starset | Dustin Bates

There is no rest for the wicked, let alone Dustin Bates and his three band mates in Starset. After returning home from some massive U.S. da...

You Me At Six | Josh Franceschi

He is easily one of rocks politest and loveliest singers out and about at the moment and also one of it’s most well-spoken and engagin...

Vacant Home

Back on Friday, June 16th, Perth’s Vacant Home dropped their newest EP, ‘Reflect, Respond’; a mighty solid seven-track rel...

Volumes | Myke Terry

With being on a new label, with having just dropped a new album, with recruiting a new vocalist last year, and in moving further away from t...