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The Red Shore

The Red Shore. If you’re a fan of heavy music there’s a good chance you’re familiar with their name. If not, I’m s...

The Resignators

As one of Australias hardest working independent bands, The Resignators have seen it all. Playing over 400 shows both nationally and interna...

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...

The Smith Street Band

In just a few short years, The Smith Street Band have cemented their position as one of Australia’s favourites, touring constantly and...

The Smith Street Band

The Smith Street Band are truly one of the most honest, hardworking, and likable bands in the country. Within a short time they’ve ear...

The Snowdroppers

After releasing their latest album "Moving Out Of Eden" back in March, Sydney’s The Snowdroppers have hit the road to s...

The Story So Far

California’s The Story So Far are one of the best up and coming pop punk bands around at the moment. With every member of the band bei...

The Story So Far

The Story So Far have blown up. Well, not literally, because that would fucking suck. They’ve blown up in the sense that they are one ...

The Story So Far

You really can’t ignore The Story So Far. Arguably one of the fastest rising pop punk bands of the current decade, these guys just kee...

The Summer Set

With the release of their sophmore album, Everything’s Fine last year, The Summer Set injected some life into the pop rock genre, whil...

The Sweet Apes

If you’re familiar with Australia’s heavy music scene, then you’ve probably heard of The Sweet Apes. The Sydney locals hav...

The Swellers

The Swellers are a melodic punk band from Flint Michigan who’ve been blowing audiences away throughout the States and abroad at festiv...

The Sword

Quite literally blazing the trail of stoner metal bands since 2003, The Sword have been at the forefront of pioneering the genre into the ma...

The Sword

Texan metallers The Sword are introducing traditional metal to a contemporary audience. The band’s honest, accessible and innovative s...

The Transplants

Featuring Rob Aston of Death March, Blink-182’s Travis Barker and Tim Armstrong of Rancid, The Transplants have been known for mixing ...

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 Used

The Used have stood the test of time. Forming over a decade ago in 2001, the band still enjoys a great deal of success and a strong followin...

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...

The Used

After a sold out headlining tour in the USA, The Used (along with Taking Back Sunday) will hit our shores later this month to showcase why e...

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 Venetia Fair

The Venetia Fair want to get to know us and vice versa. They have a new vinyl release ready to go and they are excited to show it to you. Ki...

The Veronicas

Yes, we (the good people who run this site) are well aware that The Veronicas aren’t a punk or hardcore band… but we don’t...

The Wonder Years

We’re not sad anymore, and neither are The Wonder Years. Philadelphia, PA’s pop-punk legends have been tearing up stag...

The Wonder Years

The Wonder Years are by far are one of the better and biggest pop-punks bands going, and with ‘No Closer To Heaven’, the only wa...