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Alexisonfire

During an early Thursday morning phone call, I spoke with Alexisonfire bassist, Chris Steele as his kitchen gets an apparently much-needed r...

Scott Reynolds

For Scott Reynolds, the former singer of All and frontman of The Pavers and Goodbye Harry, he is now getting back into music full time, and ...

Pridelands

You might think that as 2016 comes to a close, the press schedules would begin to dry up and the interviews that you’ll find here will...

Attila

Love ’em or hate ’em, Attila is a force to be reckoned with. The band continue to grow and prosper with each and every album the...

Chasing Ghosts

Every band has its musical core, it’s sole driving force, and for Chasing Ghosts, that entity is front man Jimmy Kyle. He marked his r...

Norma Jean

After many frustrating minutes struggling with the bane-of-our-digital-existence that is a miserable Skype connection, Killyourstereo.com wa...

Belle Haven

A couple weeks back, Belle Haven released their brand new single, ‘The Carving Knife’ and the response well and truly exceeded the b...

Anti-Flag

Last year, Anti-Flag released their ninth album, the solid ‘American Sping’. But we ain’t here to talk about that! No, we&...

Suicidal Tendencies

Suicidal Tendencies are in a really strong place right now, which is even more impressive when you consider the band’s being together ...

The Dillinger Escape Plan

Sometimes a band’s break up comes so suddenly that it doesn’t give you time to find you bearings and dealing with your inner fan...

Trophy Eyes

Later this week, Newcastle’s Trophy Eyes will drop their second album, ‘Chemical Miracle’ via Hopeless Records. Much like ...

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...