Enter the space time prog-metalcore continuum with Earthbøund’s latest.
Defeater are back with a new single, ‘Mothers’ Son’.
Made up of members of Misery Signals, 7A7P and Fall Out Boy, Burning Empires’ 2010 EP is now finally available online.
Dance Gavin Dance prove they aren’t betrayed by the game with a massive set that sees them at their peak.
On their debut Australian run, Zeal & Ardor dished out some wickedly good fruit of blistering, bluesy black metal.
Lowlife guest feature pretty much every well known deathcore vocalist right now on new slam tune, ‘Deadweight’.
Sleep Talk are comin’ atcha with a new full-length album in 2019, ‘Everything In Colour’.
So, you wanna save live music?
Prepare for battle with After The Burial’s latest single, ‘Behold The Crown’.
Deafheaven kick it old-school with new B-side, ‘Black Brick’.
I Prevail are getting ready for LP #2, and things don’t look promising.
Canada’s Spiritbox (ex-Iwrestledabearonce members) get djenty on ‘Belcarra’.
Surroundings give us the inside scoop on the musical creation & lyrical themes of their new LP, ‘Glass Heart’.
Greyscale Records expand with The Beautiful Monument now joining their ranks.
Melbourne’s caution:thieves discuss trying to remedy a sickness without a cure in ‘Standing Room’.
Lords Of Chaos movie foreword: “Based on truth… lies… and what actually happened”.
Keep calm & carry on with Reside’s newest single, ‘Replace Me’.
Some of our favourite Like A Version covers from the last few years.
A gorgeous new song from Trade Wind preludes their second record, ‘Certain Freedoms’.
Venom Prison drop ‘Uterine Industrialisation’; a criticism against those who try to control women’s reproductive rights.
It’s honestly just great to have Alexisonfire back in action again.
Here the acts from Download Festival Australia 2019 that we’re most pumped to catch.
Totally Unicorn smother you with a blanket of emotional darkness on ‘I’ll Be Fine Now’.