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A Day To Remember

Not only are A Day To Remember approaching the halfway mark as the main supports on Blink 182’s US album tour, they’re also fast...

Boris The Blade

With Suicide Silence’s Australian headlining tour beckoning ever closer, I had a little chit chat with Coby Chatz – bassist of B...

Taking Back Sunday

Taking Back Sunday are a band whose legacy extends beyond their emo beginnings. Each album showed the band going from strength to strength (...

Baroness

If there’s one band that’s managed to climb their way to the top of the metal mountain in the last decade, it’s the progressive musica...

No Victory

‘Time To Die’ is the latest release from smalltime US hardcore outfit, No Victory. What it may lack in its sonic polish, it more than ma...

Columbus

The past 18 months have been nothing short of a whirlwind for Brisbane sad-punks, Columbus. Having toured the country time and time again, t...

Pridelands

Right now, it’s a pretty exciting time for the boys in Pridelands. With the band supporting local scene conquerors Hellions recently, ...

Silverstein

In the lead up to the mightily stacked tour package of Peirce The Veil, Beartooth, and Storm The Sky, we recently caught up with Canada̵...

Toxicon

Sometimes when you send off questions for a band to answer for an email interview, you never know what’s gonna come about with it. I m...

Silent Planet

Silent Planet are quickly becoming staples of the American progressive metalcore scene. With the release of their second album, the phenomen...

The Brave

Brisbane’s The Brave are the most recent signees to UNFD, and last Friday, the quintet released their debut album, ‘Epoch’. As suc...

Storm The Sky

Storm The Sky’s new album, ‘Sin Will Find You’, sees the Melbourne band reinventing themselves. I’d give you the who...

The Contortionist

If you like your prog music with a high dosage of melody and ambience then The Contortionist is going to make you one happy listener. The ba...

As Paradise Falls

Since suffering a loss that was the very definition of ‘close to home’ in 2015, Brisbane’s As Paradise Falls have since pi...

sleepmakeswaves

My first post-rock love, sleepmakeswaves, are a true gift upon this earth. That totally non-biased opinion of their music it that they can c...

Cane Hill

Before Cane Hill make their inaugural voyage down to Australia in October, we spoke to vocalist Elijah Witt about being open about your sex ...

Descendents

After 12 long years, Descendents are bringing out a brand new record, titled ‘Hypercaffium Spazzinate’ and as expected, it’...

Crown The Empire

I’ve loved Crown The Empire for goddamn forever. I remember when I heard ‘Voices’ on YouTube a solid four years ago and ja...

Bullet For My Valentine

It’s been over six years since the last Bullet For My Valentine headlining tour in Australia. That’s four whole Prime Ministers ...

The Comfort

Liam Holmes & Dom Harper make up the brains behind Brisbane outfit, The Comfort. The duo recently released their new single ‘Ever...

Totally Unicorn

Totally Unicorn is a band that doesn’t give a fuck when they get up on stage, or anywhere for that matter, and who just go completely ...

Hellions

With the imminent release of the brilliant new Hellions record, ‘Opera Oblivia’, it seemed as good a time as any to have a chat ...

Atreyu

Atreyu is just one-third of a massive touring package coming to Australia this November, alongside Cane Hill and Bullet For My Valentine. Bu...

Billy Talent

‘Afraid Of Heights’ is the name of the slick new Billy Talent record and it drops from up high on July 29th. In support of the n...