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Parkway Drive

For the first time in bloody ages, Parkway Drive will be skipping out the usual venues and major cities by hitting the “bush” for a new ...

Against The Current

Poughkeepsie, New York outfit Against The Current are ready to introduce themselves. The trio have just released their new studio album, ...

PUP

PUP are easily one of the most exciting up and coming punk rock bands of today. Their 2013 self-titled album garnered them a devout followin...

Pierce The Veil

Pierce The Veil fans the world over finally experienced sweet relief recently, as the group’s long-awaited fourth album, ‘Misadventures...

Fear Like Us

Locals Fear Like Us have seen musical trends, scenes and often bands come and go throughout their respected 12-year career. Purposeful, soci...

Deafheaven

The life of a professional musician, particularly a touring musician, is an interesting dichotomy. In one distinct instance your lifestyle i...

letlive.

For many years now, letlive. have been one of the most forward-thinking bands in alternative music. Whether it’s possessing a DIY, zero-fu...

Enter Shikari

After the ripping tour Enter Shikari gave us last year, many thought it would be a little longer before we saw the band back in Australia. A...

Kvelertak

When you think of getting loose and having a wild time, a place like Norway, with temperatures frequently falling below zero, jutting mounta...

Chronolyth

Brisbane’s Chronolyth are the latest band helping to grow the already healthy local metal scene. With a new album – ‘Atrop...

The Used

When a band announces plans to perform two of their most celebrated albums back to back, it’s natural for fans to get all kinds of gid...

Breaking Point

Sydney alternative metal outfit Breaking Point have just unveiled their new EP, ‘Separated’. Hitting the road for their first in...

Black Sabbath

Iconic. That’s the only adjective needed. Black Sabbath don’t need to claim anything, the British veterans have simply defined a...

Deftones

Deftones are on the cusp of releasing ‘Gore’ – an anticipated new album that once again shows off just how beautiful and how ugly (in ...

Millencolin

Millencolin are one of the most consistent punk rock bands going. No contest. Now 24 years into their career, the members have been in the b...

The Wonder Years

After playing Soundwave twice in the past couple of years, we haven’t had a headline tour from The Wonder Years in what feels like age...

Violent Soho

Since going from playing to 200 people to 2,000 after the release of ‘Hungry Ghost’, Violent Soho have been one of the most talked about...

Killswitch Engage

Killswitch Engage guitarist Joel Stroetzel has been having a pretty leisurely time at home as of late. The band’s new album, ‘Incarn...

Hands Like Houses

2016 is only just into its third month but has already been the stuff of dreams for Canberra outfit Hands Like Houses. With a new album, new...

Hacktivist

After what can only be described as an excruciating long wait, Hacktivist will finally give unto the world their debut album, ‘Outside The...

Horror My Friend

Adelaide post-punk trio Horror My Friend introduced themselves with debut LP ‘Stay In, Do Nothing’ this January. Signed to respe...

Yashin

Scottish six-piece Yashin are preparing to release their third studio album this month. Described as a “new beginning”, ‘T...

Havoc

Having recently supported the likes of Make Them Suffer and Confession, Perth’s Havoc are now travelling the country to promote their ...

Disparo

Local fastcore heavyweights Disparo are no strangers to the stage. Over the past couple of years the band has cemented their name, in the un...