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Bayside

A lot of bands claim to have overcome adversity to get where they are today. Very few of those bands have come close to what Bayside have ha...

Funeral For A Friend

Funeral For A Friend earnt themselves a massive, cult like following with shredding guitar parts and screeching vocals… which is why it wa...

Funeral For A Friend

Funeral For A Friend earnt themselves a massive, cult like following with shredding guitar parts and screeching vocals… which is why it wa...

Gallows

After laying waste to stages across their native England, “Gallows” (that’s Gallows, not THE Gallows) are set to show Australian audie...

The Unseen

After starting life as a straight ahead punk band, “The Unseen” in the year 2007 prefers to walk a fine line between hardcore, punk and ...

The Bled

If you were lucky enough to catch “The Bled” on the oddly titled “Masters Of Hardcore” tour last year, then you already know how ama...

The Bled

If you were lucky enough to catch “The Bled” on the oddly titled “Masters Of Hardcore” tour last year, then you already know how ama...

MDK

When he’s not busy setting the world record for Nintendo Wii Bowling, Killyourstereo’s own Jarule plays in Melbourne punk band MDK. Rea...

Bad Religion

Bad Religion have been around longer than I’ve been on this planet, so getting a chance to speak to one of their members was an honour and...

Deez Nuts

With Prom Queen dead and buried, JJ Peters has turned his focus to a new musical venture. Who knows, if you lighten up and remember music is...

Tiger Army

Armed with a storming new record and a touring schedule that’ll see them on the road until 2008, Tiger Army are all set to take things to ...

Gym Class Heroes

Gym Class Heroes aren’t your average hip hop group. Without a turn table in sight and tours with some of the world’s biggest rock bands,...

Amber Pacific

Our very own Blunt mag free lance reporter LL along with his very colourful hair talks to Guitarist and Backup Vocalist from Amber Pacific, ...

Hell Yeah

Hell Yeah is a breath of fresh air… not only for music fans but for the members of the band themselves. Having served in some of the most...

Mad Caddies

The Mad Caddies are survivors. Having been one of Fat Wreck Chords flagship bands for the better part of a decade, they can now be considere...

Cancer Bats

Canada’s “Cancer Bats” have been causing a ruckus in their homeland since their inception in 2004. For the uninitiated, their mix of p...

Underoath

On the eve of their Australian tour Underoath drummer/vocalist Aaron Gillespie filled us in on touring, being a part time front man and his ...

Anberlin interview

With a new album under their collective belts and an ever growing fan base, Anberlin are at the forefront of the indie/pop rock (or whatever...

Copeland

Copeland have been an underground favourite for a few years. With more than 200,000 combined CD sales and a recent move to a major label it ...

Alexisonfire

It seems like every time I open a magazine or log into MySpace there’s some new band that I “NEED TO KNOW ABOUT”. We’re constantly g...

Vanna

Vanna are one of the heavier bands that Epitaph has signed recently. With their new album “Curses” hitting Australian shelves this week,...

The Amity Affliction

Between screaming for The Amity Affliction and doing design work for half the bands down the east coast, Joel Birch is a busy man. Lucky for...

Behind Crimson Eyes

No one ever interviews the bass player. So we at KYS figured that Garth from Melbourne’s own Behind Crimson Eyes – being the insanel...

Carpathian

Dave from Carpathian kindly took time out of his band’s intense touring schedule to chat with Killyourstereo’s Cameron Chambers ...