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Neck Deep

Named after a line from the Crucial Dudes song, ‘Boom, Roasted’, UK’s Neck Deep have been one of the fastest rising pop-pu...

State Champs

Touring strenuously off the success of their latest release, ‘The Finer Things’, State Champs are headed down under for a stint of shows...

You Me At Six

You Me At Six have been destroying the charts and rock world for almost a decade, going from strength to strength and only growing exponenti...

Opeth

When it comes to metal, no one quite does it like Opeth. Long songs and an even longer history of dominating the heavy music scene, the band...

Escape The Fate

Sin City’s very own Escape The Fate have evolved from humble post-hardcore beginnings to mainstream friendly rock, and now to a more m...

Frank Iero

Set to release his debut solo album ‘Stomachaches’ this August under the Frnkiero and the Cellabration banner, Killyourstereo.co...

Real Friends

In just four short years Real Friends have made massive gains in the world of pop-punk. The Illinois-based quintet are one of the up and com...

Kids in Glass Houses

It’s always a sad day when bands decide to cease their musical endeavours. As is the case with Welsh-rockers Kids in Glass Houses. Hav...

Dragonforce

With Dragonforce’s sixth album ‘Maximum Overload’ out this August, Killyourstereo.com chats with guitarist Herman Li about...

Basement

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

Manchester Orchestra

Atlanta-based indie rock outfit Manchester Orchestra released their fourth studio album, Cope, earlier this year. The band will return to Au...

The Used

After a sold out headlining tour in the USA, The Used (along with Taking Back Sunday) will hit our shores later this month to showcase why e...

Upon A Burning Body

US metal outfit Upon A Burning Body drop their new studio album this August. ‘The World is My Enemy Now’, is the band again movi...

Save the Clock Tower

Tasmanian upstarts Save the Clock Tower are ready to make a name in the music scene. Having already toured Australia many times over support...

Chelsea Grin

Chelsea Grin having been slogging it out in the metal scene for almost seven years now. The band’s latest album is arguably their best...

Slaves

Johnny Craig is a household name – whether for the right or wrong reasons that is open to debate. Known for his unique and powerful vo...

The Wonder Years

We’re not sad anymore, and neither are The Wonder Years. Philadelphia, PA’s pop-punk legends have been tearing up stag...

Protest The Hero

Following a huge 2013, this year is shaping up to be just as significant for Canada’s Protest The Hero, with line-up changes, a win at...

Joyce Manor

Californian punks Joyce Manor, having just released their third studio album, continue to showcase a strong work ethic. With Never Hungover ...

D At Sea

Doyle Perez, A.K.A D At Sea, just dropped his newest EP, ‘Anchors & Diamonds’, last week. This new EP marks a slight sh...

Pelican

Southern Lord signed instrumental veterans Pelican are preparing to return to Australia this month. On the eve of their visit, Killyourstere...

Fozzy

Fozzy are a different kind of beast. Having stemmed from the brunt of a joke Ozzy Osborne cover band, Fozzy are set...

Modern Baseball

One of the best up and coming indie bands on the scene, Modern Baseball have created a name for themselves through their quirky and unique s...

Pennywise

There are a handful of bands over the past couple decades who have been responsible for introducing countless people into the world of punk ...