The Gloom In The Corner presents a gritty new love story with ‘Villain’.
Bad Religion’s ‘The Profane Rights Of Man’ proves these ageing punks do it better than most bands half their age.
He was only 44.
Ahead of ‘Holy Hell’, Architects release moving doco, Holy Ghost, bringing fans right into their world over the last year or so...
A track-by-track run through the 13 horror-movie inspired cuts of the new Ice Nine Kills LP, ‘The Silver Scream’.
‘Old Fashioned’ sees Sweden’s Port Noir forging on with one of their riffiest, hookiest tunes yet.
Health & Perturbator’s ‘Body/Prison’ is an unexpected yet killer collaboration that’s akin to mainlining adrenal...
Sleep Token have switched things up with their latest ritual, ‘The Way That You Were’.
‘Crushing’ doesn’t even begin to cover the new material from Perth heavy-hitters, Bitter Taste.
Melbourne’s Loose End chase nostalgic childhood dreams, no matter the cost, in ‘Jordan Street’.
sleepmakeswaves celebrated their decade milestone with a mammoth hometown show full of beauty, passion, & history.
Wither get angry & dark on new single, ‘Marionette’, as well as a look behind the scenes of their first music video too.
A retrospective on ‘Suicide Season’, the album where Bring Me The Horizon really grabbed the world’s attention.
Jesus, who the hell went and shat in Dregg’s cereal? ‘Return Of The Dregg’ is one pissed-off tune!
Crazy Eighty Eight honour the memory and work of Kyle Pavone with a great cover of ‘To Plant A Seed’.
I love Jacob and I sincerely hope that you do too.
‘Erin’ is yet another blissful tune from Melbourne’s bass-loving instrumental progressives, The Omnific.
BLKLST reveal to us more regarding the creation & story behind their latest single, ‘Hypocrite’.
The Devil Wears Prada re-capture the emotion, pain & beauty of Julien Baker’s ‘Sour Breath’.
Devil May Cry 5 will no longer feature ‘Subhuman’ due to past allegations against the Suicide Silence frontman.
You Will Love Each Other. Yes, all three of you.
To be or not to be…
Have Heart’s final record, ‘Songs To Scream At The Sun’, still stands the test of time.