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Breakaway

Sydney’s Breakaway embraced the tumbleweeds and went deadly quiet over the past 12 to 18 months, but now they’re back and they h...

The Devil Wears Prada

An album launch and a jam-packed US headline tour have made for a particularly busy period for The Devil Wears Prada right now. But even so,...

Deadspace

Chris Gebauer, the vocalist of Perth’s Deadspace, wrote the majority of the band’s last release, 2015’s ‘The Promise Of ...

Citizen

Since the release of their debut album ‘Youth’ back in 2013, Citizen have often found themselves branded as ‘thinking man&...

Falling In Reverse

Falling Reverse are polarising, to say the least. On the one hand, you have an enclave or people who bash and insult the band to know end fo...

Osaka Punch

Following a brief, but in-depth shit-talking session about the exercise in mediocrity that is Prophets Of Rage (which I sadly didn’t recor...

Gravemind

Melbourne’s Gravemind are taking some calculated steps to ensure that they aren’t just another deathcore band in the scene. With the rel...

Every Time I Die

Andy Williams is a busy dude. Not only is he a guitarist and founding member for long-standing, metalcore pioneers Every Time I Die, but he ...

Clowns

While on his walk to work recently, Clowns vocalist Stevie Williams talked me through the band’s high-octane shows, crowd safety, their cu...

Void Of Vision

A lot of younger bands are being signed up Unified as of late, the latest of which was Melbourne’s very own Void Of Vision. Considerin...

Enter Shikari

There are a handful of universal truths in our world; things that are just bound to occur no matter what. Paying taxes, getting your heart b...

Frank Iero and the Patience

Frank Iero’s debut album, ‘Stomachaches’, was a modern day gem for alternative music. It was loud, harsh, abrasive, but al...

Blind Oracle

Marketing in 2016 can be an interesting beast. You could, for instance, set up a bunch of lures for the Pokémon Go players at your shows, b...

Beach Slang

On September 23rd, Beach Slang will unleash their second album, ‘A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings’. Back in July, the US band made their ...

Meshuggah

Meshuggah are one of those bands that even if metal ain’t your thing, you can appreciate their talent and ambition nonetheless. Whethe...

We Set Sail

“What came first: music or the misery?” It’s certainly a tough question and one that seems perfect for the characters of a John Hughes...

Mayday Parade

Insert generic press release sounding introduction about Mayday Parade and what they’ve been up to in 2016. Now Insert totally awesome...

King 810

La petite mort (or, “the little death”) is an expression that means “the brief loss or weakening of consciousness”. To us in...

Dregg

Melbourne’s Dregg are easily the wild card band for this year’s Snake Or Die tour, the stacked mixed featuring the aforementione...

Colossvs

Melbourne’s Colossvs returned recently with their new single, ‘In The Absinthe Of God’. But that’s not all, with the...

Apocalyptica

For the past 25 years, Apocalyptica has been polarizing opinions with their fusion of classical and metal. From symphonic covers of the like...

Killswitch Engage

With over 15 years in the game, metalcore pioneers Killswitch Engage are still keeping things fresh, relevant and earth-shatteringly heavy i...

The Iron Eye

You may not have heard of The Iron Eye before, but if their latest single ‘Just Started’ is anything to go on, they should be at...

Eat Your Heart Out

The Snake or Die ’16 tour, presented by Killyourstereo.com alongside Chase Music Group and Failsafe Collective, kicks off next week for a ...