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Stray From The Path

Stray From The Path have enjoyed a pretty sweet 2015, and 2016 already looks even bigger for the Long Island boys. With a new album still fr...

Turnstile

Baltimore punk hardcore contemporaries Turnstile have certainly become a presence in the international scene since their inception in 2010. ...

Nothing But Thieves

English alternative outfit Nothing But Thieves are growing their fanbase with each passing year. Having released their debut album in 2015, ...

Gay Paris

Entertaining and engaging, Gay Paris are more than your standard local rock staples. Having released their new album in September, the band ...

Irrelevant

Sydney noughties staples Irrelevant are coming out of retirement to perform at this month’s Gingerfest. Equally well-received by the n...

Senses Fail

Senses Fail’s singer, James “Buddy” Nielsen, is a pretty outspoken guy. A quick look through his personal social media account...

Sanzu

Anytime a band drops their début record, it often proves a nail-biting task. You desperately want to succeed and equally deny any failure. ...

Hellions

Hellions have enjoyed a pretty wild 2015. A new album, by the name of ‘Indian Summer’, dropped, a sheer butt-load of tours ensued, and a...

Ocean Grove

If you attended Northlane’s recent headline run, you would have seen one of Australia’s best up and comers, Ocean Grove. Having dropped ...

Hallower

One of the biggest draw cards at this year’s Invasion Fest is Melbourne’s Hallower. Having broken up, rather abruptly, in 2013, the ...

The Ghost Inside

LA hardcore outfit The Ghost Inside have experienced a busy 2015. From an unprovoked attack on their frontman to playing a US tour with only...

Maefire

Pardon the pun, but Melbourne outfit Maefire are one of the local scene’s hottest bands right now. That’s probably attributable to their...

Motionless In White

Motionless In White are one of the most consistent bands in the industry. The Scranton outfit drop releases in reasonable periods and evolve...

Unearth

Metalcore contemporary stalwarts Unearth return to our shores this month. The Massachusetts outfit has enjoyed a successful career, so far s...

Far West Battlefront

Far West Battlefront practically vanished off the face of the Earth over two years ago, and for a while many thought they had done just that...

The Hotelier

Worcester’s The Hotelier tour Australia for the first time later this month. Killyourstereo.com had the opportunity to chat with Chris...

Dream On, Dreamer

Dream On, Dreamer have ditched their old label and are now doing it all on their own. At a point in their career where they’re content and...

Pulled Apart By Horses

Leeds alternative four-piece Pulled Apart By Horses have been pushing their assertive and honest brand of music to listeners since 2008. Thi...

Deafheaven

Hype is a dangerous word. Often misleading and inherently excessive, it can do more harm than good. However, sometimes it’s used fitti...

She Cries Wolf

She Cries Wolf have made a name for themselves as being one of the most chaotic local bands to see live. Formed in the middle of 2014, the G...

Caligula’s Horse

Caligula’s Horse have enjoyed a massive 2015, signing a worldwide distribution deal with InsideOut Music and scoring some huge tours b...

State Champs

Upstate New York four-piece release their sophomore studio album, ‘Around the World and Back’, this month. Having performed on o...

Coheed and Cambria

Coheed and Cambria release their new studio album this month. In the lead-up, skinsman Josh Eppard talked to us about his love for Deftones,...

Mayday Parade

Pop rock kingpins Mayday Parade have been a band for ten years, and to celebrate they’re releasing their fifth studio album ‘Black Lines...