New duo Forces & Fury kindly gave us the low-down on the creation of their debut single, ‘Stormy Weather’.
Thank you Life Pilot, very cool!
Illyria significantly up their black metal game with magical new song, ‘Kenopsia’.
Keep calm & carry on with Reside’s newest single, ‘Replace Me’.
The Beijing-based hardcore punk crew release amusing new music video for ‘WO85’.
Statues guitarist, Scott Kay, strikes a different chord & mood with new Absent Hearts song, ‘The Town’.
Surroundings awaited second record, ‘Glass Heart’, will finally land on March 1st, 2019.
Spectral Fires take us through the lyrical & musical creation of their ‘Turn Toward The Sun’ EP.
Witchrot reveal the truth to us in statement regarding THAT now viral social media post.
Prog-jazz trio Milton Man Gogh cruise for a jardin’ in impeccably made ‘XXXX Bitter Irony’ video.
Spectral Fires embrace desperation on their latest single, ‘Before You Leave’.
‘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’.
‘Erin’ is yet another blissful tune from Melbourne’s bass-loving instrumental progressives, The Omnific.
‘Spitting On Infinity’, the new single from He Danced Ivy is the weirdest but also the best thing you’ll hear today.
The Homesick frontman reveals the meanings & messages behind the 11 songs of their powerful new LP, ‘Terra Nullius’.
Fever Speak put out a real call of honest understand on earth-moving new track, ‘Walls’.
Brisbane’s Sleepwell pour deep loss into their music for new single, ‘Acreman’.
Better Half’s Christopher Vernon runs through the lyrics & meanings of their debut EP, ‘Maybe I Was Wrong’.
Light a spark & let it burn with the new single from Melbourne’s The Valley Ends, ‘Embers’.
Perth’s Spilt Cities offer up a final duo of singles before the bands call it quits: ‘Flower Beds’ & ‘Neverknow...
Ladies & gentleman, please kindly introduce yourselves to Brisbane’s Wildheart.
Sydney alternative-rock newcomers Sevsons give us the low-down on which five Australian bands they can’t stop listening to of late.
“Not all sinners become better men.”