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Misery Signals

It’s no secret that I think Misery Signals are one of the greatest bands of the last ten years, so getting another chance to interview...

Cold World

Pennsylvanian hardcore kids Cold World are set to unleash their Deathwish debut later this month, and I have no doubt it’s going to make a...

Escape The Fate

Gun fights and run-ins with the law… all in a day’s work for Las Vegas rockers Escape The Fate. Drummer Robert Ortiz gave us the followi...

Dragonforce

Taking their queues from our metal heroes of yesterday, London’s Dragonforce are set to drop another record of guitar wizardry on our coll...

Black Lungs

It’s like the Canadians are rubbing our faces in it. First they gave us Alexisonfire, which in turn spawned the soulful, acoustic sounds o...

Birds Of Tokyo

The road to success is a long and arduous one, yet Perth’s Birds Of Tokyo have proven that major labels (and major dollars) are no longer ...

Caliban

German metal veterans Caliban are heading to our shores for the second time in August, with local hardcore kings Her Nightmare in tow. Patr...

H2O

The terms legendary and influential are thrown around way too easily these days. H2O are one band that has well and truly earned the right t...

Shai Hulud

I’m lucky enough to have interviewed Matt Fox before, but for those of you who aren’t already in complete awe of Shai Hulud (and shame o...

Terror

Having captured the undivided attention of the world wide hardcore scene in 2004, the LA based Terror are as aggressive as ever. Doug Weber...

Hammerfall

Those Swedish purveyors of power metal Hammerfall have been churning out epic anthems for well over a decade, and June 27th saw the release ...

Antagonist

Proving that New Zealand can produce more than Lord Of The Rings and bad jokes about sheep, Antagonist are ready to level Australian audienc...

Stealing O’neal

Having spent time on the road with big hitters like The Getaway Plan, Melbourne’s Stealing O’Neal are ready to take that next step thems...

The Seduction

Having fronted influential Melbourne metal outfit In Name & Blood for close to the last five years, Craig Wainwright has now moved on t...

Drowning Pool

Bands talk about loss and struggle all the time, but how many have lost their front man (and best friend) and still managed to carry on? Dru...

No Use For A Name

As one of Fat Wreck Chords flagship bands, No Use For A Name put the now legendary label on the map. Twenty years on, the band is still...

Atreyu

In one of the more candid interviews I’ve done in recent times, Atreyu bassist Marc McKnight spoke about shitty labels, dying genres, ...

A Wilhelm Scream

2006 saw A Wilhelm Scream impress many an Australian fan when they ventured out here with Less Than Jake, and in a month’s time the five j...

Four Year Strong

Now, I’m not sure if it was the signing to the Pete Wentz backed “Decaydance Records”, or the fact that all five members have beards, ...

Story Of The Year

From the highs of a near platinum selling debut to being discarded by their label, Story Of The Year have seen the best and worst that the m...

The Devil Wears Prada

Leading the charge of faith focused metalcore bands in 2008 is Ohio’s “The Devil Wears Prada”. In the lead up to the band’s maiden A...

The Vandals

In an age where most bands struggle to string more than a couple of releases together, The Vandals are still going strong… almost 30 years...

The Dillinger Escape Plan

When your debut album is hailed as one of the most ground breaking metal records of all time, you’ve got a lot to live up to for the r...

Protest The Hero

If you’re foolish enough to scoff at the notion that power metal styled vocals and complex song arrangements aren’t relevant in 2008, th...