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Shinto Katana

Sydney heavy-hitters Shinto Katana have been proponents of rage for seven years. Their third album, ‘Redemption’, takes the band...

Transit

Boston’s Transit have just finished up a stint on the Van’s Warped Tour, and will now be making the trip to Australia for the ve...

Anchors

Melbourne punk band Anchors are set for a big end of 2012. They have just released their new album "Lost At The Bottom Of The World&quo...

Antagonist A.D

New Zealand exports Antagonist A.D are a force to be reckoned with. The metallic hardcore Kiwis have stayed true to their roots across their...

The Ghost Inside

The Ghost Inside have cemented themselves as juggernauts of the metalcore genre. Their Epitaph debut, ‘Get What You Give’, pushe...

Cartel

It has been a long time since Australia has had the chance to see Cartel live, and after last years national tour plans fell through, the bo...

Nine Sons Of Dan

Gold Coast’s Nine Sons Of Dan have slowly been building their name in the Australian music scene, and now with some big support slots ...

Say Anything

Say Anything have always strived to be one of the more interesting and eccentric acts in modern punk rock over their twelve-year career. The...

Carry Me Home

Carry Me Home are bringing pop punk back to its glory days. Heavily influenced by likes of Blink-182, Sum 41, Simple Plan and New Found Glor...

Millencolin

For the past twenty years, Sweden’s Millencolin have skated to worldwide punk rock success. As an Epitaph Records staple, the four pie...

Gojira

In the metal world, Gojira command respect. The genre blending quartet from Bayonne, France have continually impressed with masterful techni...

Your Weight In Gold

With Hawaiian shirts on their backs and a welcoming, non-serious attitude towards making music, Your Weight In Gold are helping to saturate ...

Silverstein

Silverstein have been quite active since the release of their ‘Rescue’ album late last year, including a very well received mini...

Frank Turner

It’s not hard to see the appeal of Frank Turner. As a singer-songwriter, Frank is as prolific as he is humble, piecing together aspect...

Skip The Foreplay

After only being together for a year and a half, Canada’s newest electronic metal export, Skip The Foreplay, have scored a record deal...

Pennywise

When you think of true punk rock, the name Pennywise would spring to mind for a lot of people. The band, who have been around for over twent...

Warbrain

Melbourne hardcore band Warbrain are just about to kick off their national tour supporting Californa’s Xibalba, and during the drive t...

August Burns Red

Pennsylvania’s August Burns Red have a solid claim on being one of the most important bands who brought the genre of metalcore to the ...

Calling All Cars

Calling All Cars are currently one of the hardest working Australian rock bands around, and their hard work is paying off. The group followe...

The Getaway Plan

"It’s pretty rare for a band to vanish for a couple of years and then come back and take off where they were," claims The Ge...

Ben Cook

From child actor to hardcore icon, indie blog pin-up boy to stadium rocker, Ben Cook has done it all. With Fucked Up going on hiatus, 2012 l...

Sunsets

Sunsets are rapidly gaining ground in the Australian pop punk scene. Blending the pop punk aesthetic of bands like Hit The Lights and With T...

Kettlespider

While not yet a name prominent in current metal circles, Melbourne based instrumental prog outfit Kettlespider are an upstart group slowly e...

Anti-Flag

Anti-Flag have been one of the most outspoken bands in punk rock for over twenty years. Most recently throwing their support behind the Occu...