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Pallbearer | Brett Campbell

Is it possible for doom metal to be happy? Maybe, but that’s never really the point. U.S. dirge merchants Pallbearer might hail from ...

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...

sleepmakeswaves | Otto Wicks-Green

The past decade has seen a massive resurgence of post-rock, and for half of that time, Sydney gentlemen sleepmakeswaves have been proudly f...

Ezekiel Ox

Love him or hate him, Ezekiel Ox is indeed a veteran of the Australian rock world, no matter how you spin it. Over the course of his 20 plu...

Thy Art Is Murder | Andy Marsh

Ahead of their fast approaching March tour with Meshuggah, I recently spoke with Thy Art Is Murder’s guitarist/lyricist, Andy Marsh. I...

The Living End | Andy Strachan

The Living End returned with their first album in five years in 2016 – ‘The Ending Is Just The Beginning Repeating and Shift...

Steel Panther | Stix Zadinia

With soon to be four albums into their widely successful career, the always rockin’ and sexual Steel Panther don’t need any fuck...

Periphery | Jake Bowen

Periphery are an enigma within their scene. From the surface, they’re a very technical prog metal band combining intricate structures comb...

Emmure | Frankie Palmeri

Emmure is an equally loved and hated band, that much is for sure. Same goes for their frontman, Frankie Palmeri.  However, I truly believe ...

Revocation | Dave Davidson

With Soundwave officially a thing of the past and the prospect of a Down Under Download Festival nothing but a vaguely-realised pipe-dream, ...

While She Sleeps

While She Sleeps are in Australia right now on a support slot for shows with Bring Me The Horizon and Hands Like Houses. On top of that, th...

The Menzingers | Greg Barnett

In the 1963 novel Cat’s Cradle by American writer and satirist Kurt Vonnegut, a fictional religion called ‘Bokononism’ is ...

Underoath | Spencer Chamberlain

Underoath’s first Australian tour in nearly exactly five years, their mammoth ‘Rebirth’ tour with Sydney’s sleepmake...

Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

What began with a high school party in which he invited two-hundred peers to his house to watch him perform on a staircase with his friends,...

Meshuggah | Tomas Haake

Don’t bother asking Meshuggah’s drummer, Tomas Haake, what the world is coming to because he really doesn’t know. One thi...

Neck Deep | Ben Barlow

Neck Deep are a young yet experienced when it comes to the music industry. With only a few years under their belt, they’ve accomplishe...

Periphery | Matt Halpern

Periphery is a band unlike many others. With each member of the band being deeply adept in the areas of both musical performance and musical...

Gone Is Gone | Mike Zarin

In the middle of his studio house renovation, acoustic treatment, and furniture moving is where I hear from Gone Is Gone’s Mike Zarin, a...

Crystal Lake | Ryo Kinoshita

Toky’s Crystal Lake have had a consistent level of buzz surrounding them since their international rise in popularity with their ̵...

The Front Bottoms

Love them or hate them, The Front Bottoms are a band that have been climbing the ladder of success steadily the past few years. From rough a...

Code Orange

As one of the flag bearers of the American hardcore underground, Pittsburgh bruisers Code Orange have followed in the footsteps of renowned ...

You Me At Six

You Me At Six have been nothing but a powerhouse staple in the realm of modern British rock music. Having ascended to new heights with each ...

Every Time I Die

Keith Buckley, the vocalist of the always-exceptional Every Time I Die answered some of our burning questions back in December of 2016. Whic...

Make Them Suffer

It’s been a big year for Perth’s Make Them Suffer. They dropped the ‘Ether’ single, toured Australia under Parkway Drive, and have h...