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Mayday Parade

Mayday Parade have staked their claim as one of the heavyweights in modern pop punk. Having released their fourth full-length, ‘Monste...

The Color Morale

The Color Morale come down under this January for Boys of Summer. A unique take on post-hardcore has earned the band much respect throughout...

Eyehategod

For over two decades, New Orleans’ legendary sludge metal pioneers Eyehategod have created a proud name for themselves in heavy music,...

Less Than Jake

Less Than Jake have been one of the leading bands in the ska punk scene for a long time now. With a career spanning two decades, the band ha...

Blessthefall

Having governed a strong following for their heavy yet beautifully melodic sound, Arizona quintet Blessthefall are ready to tear Australia a...

Future of the Left

Rising out of the ashes of seminal punk trio Mclusky in 2005, Welsh outfit Future of the Left have spent almost a decade garnering a reputat...

The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect have been reborn, with a new vocalist, Paul Galagher, added to the fold. Killyourstereo.com chats with drummer Ben Hall...

Corpus

Killyourstereo.com recently caught up with Corpus, a Sydney-based punk duo that’s been fairly busy as of late. They released their EP,...

I Killed The Prom Queen

Having established themselves as one of the leading bands in the Australian metal/hardcore scene over the years, I Killed The Prom Queen are...

Karnivool

Karnivool are one of Australia’s finest prog rock exports. Hailing from Perth, the band has reached incredible heights, representing A...

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...

A Skylit Drive

They have been a staple in most contemporary post-hardcore discussions thanks to a healthy musical blueprint and strong fan base. Having mad...

Baroness

Headed to Australia for Soundwave next year, sludge metallers Baroness will return for the first time since 2010 armed with a horde of new t...

A Day To Remember

A Day To Remember are one of the biggest bands in the world right now. After taking on their label in a legal battle that prevented the rele...

RDGLDGRN

RDGLDGRN have blown up in the past 12 months, having recorded their debut album with the one and only Dave Grohl behind the drum-kit and mad...

Deafheaven

Hype can be a dangerous thing. However, sometimes it is as justified as it is deserved. San Francisco’s Deafheaven have created a larg...

Millencolin

They have a respected and lasting name in contemporary punk. Killyourstereo.com talks with Mathias of Swedish outfit  Millencolin. We c...

The Contortionist

The Contortionist are preparing to board a plane and return to our shores this month. With an arsenal of technical and innovative tunes, the...

Neck Deep

The buzz surrounding Neck Deep of late has been akin to a hornet’s nest shattered with rocks. Jumping from strength to strength and to...

Caulfield

Caulfield are in the leading contingent of local up and coming bands. Hailing from Sydney, the band delivers a versatile post-hardcore blend...

Bodyjar

Homegrown punk veterans Bodyjar seemed to fade out from view after the release of their eponymous 2005 album, eventually calling a hiatus in...

Gwar

Since being thawed out of their Antarctic ice prisons nearly three decades ago, the ensemble of alien monsters that make up Gwar have been w...

Endless Heights

Explosive punk outfit, Endless Heights have come out of the woodwork in the last few years. Hailing from the thriving punk and hardcore comm...

Survive This!

Las Vegas outfit Survive This! hope to assert themselves with new album, ‘The Life You’ve Chosen’. With the full-length n...