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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 ...

Pagan

You know the story of the macabre and downright horrific Lawson family massacre of 1929? In which Charlie Lawson murdered his wife and six o...

Stepson

A tour featuring Stepson, Staunch, Eat Your Heart Out, & Dregg is the stuff of dreams for local punters. But it ain’t no a dream,...

Ceres

You always hear bands and publications discussing honesty and how fans and audiences can tell when a band is being genuine and when theyR...

Plini

Plini is an Australian progressive musician who made a name for himself on YouTube. Only instead of releasing mind-numbingly depressing R...

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...