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Blkout

Perth hardcore band Blkout got off to a slow start, but 2009 saw them escalate to a level beyond what anybody could have expected from them,...

Trash Talk

For fans of modern hardcore, Trash Talk should need no introduction. The California four-piece have long been favourites for lovers of angry...

Phantoms

Sydney hardcore band Phantoms are one of the best up and coming hardcore bands the country has to offer at the moment. With their debut albu...

The Blackout

The Blackout are from Wales in the United Kingdom, we last spoke we them back in 2009, this time we get to catch up with guitarist Matthew, ...

Anchors

Melbourne based punk band Anchors are currently in the studio recording their debut full-length album – set to be released later in th...

Parkway Drive

The undisputed metalcore heavyweights of the world Parkway Drive have done it all. After countless world tours, topping the ARIA charts and ...

36 Crazyfists

Alaskan metallers, 36 Crazyfists are now into their sixteenth year as a musical act. With the US quartet busy touring and promoting new albu...

Samsara

In 2007, Samsara shook the foundations of Australian hardcore with their colossal debut album ‘The Emptiness‘. Three years and t...

We are the Emergency

I spoke to Ryan Lake and Sam Hart back at their launch show for their debut album Whispers and Fragments, which was back in May. We talked a...

I Call Fives

New Jersey based pop punk band I Call Fives are one of the fastest rising up and coming bands in the pop punk scene at the moment, and have ...

Danko Jones

Canadian trio Danko Jones have enjoyed the best part of fifteen years together as a musical act thanks to their honest take on hard rock. Wi...

Endless Heights

Sydney youngsters Endless Heights are without a doubt one of the most passionate melodic hardcore bands in Australia right now. Now with an ...

Settle For Less

New Jersey pop punk band Settle For Less have just recently released their great new EP "Greetings" through Either/Or Records, and...

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...

Refused

Arguably one of the most influential bands of 90s, we were extremely fortunate to catch up for a brief chat with Refused guitarist Jon Brann...

Sing It Loud

Young American pop punk upstarts Sing It Loud have spent the past three years carving a solid reputation for themselves. With the quintet re...

Miles Away

Perth Hardcore lords Miles Away have just finished recording their latest offering Endless Roads, and we were lucky enough to catch up with ...

Veara

Riding high on the success of their Epitaph/Running Man debut album, What We Left Behind, Veara drummer Brittany Harrell caught up with Kill...

British India

Melbourne’s British India will be summoning an avalanche of garage rock goodness when they hit up the Come Together Festival in Sydney...

Amber Calling

Dominant Adelaide Pop Punk force Amber Calling have taken time out of their busy schedules to tackle the important topics of the touring lif...

Shinto Katana

Melting hearts and breaking teeth across the country, Shinto Katana have come a long way since their debut album – ‘Cold Streets...

Deez Nuts

Love them or hate them, Deez Nuts’s no-nonsense and honest take on hardcore has seen the local act garner a solid following. With the ...

The Loved Ones

Philadelphia punk band The Loved Ones are about to make their first ever trip to Australia this week, touring with Strung Out and making a s...

Dropsaw

Newcastle’s Dropsaw have just finished a national tour with Evergreen Terrace and Casey Jones, and released their third album "Ha...