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Volumes | Myke Terry

With being on a new label, with having just dropped a new album, with recruiting a new vocalist last year, and in moving further away from t...

SikTh | Mikee Goodman

With the release of ‘The Future In Whose Eyes?’ this week, England’s SikTh are marking their full return to the recorded m...

House Vs. Hurricane | Chris Shaw

House Vs. Hurricane are back, and they’re doing things on their own terms.  Self-recorded, mixed externally, and now three years in t...

’68 | Josh Scogin

On June 2nd, guitarist Josh Scogin (right) and drummer Micheal McClellan (left) – AKA ’68 – will release their second albu...

He Is Legend | Schuylar Croom

For over a decade now, Southern metal/hard rock outfit He Is Legend have been one of the most underrated acts in the alternative underground...

Bare Bones | James Dean

As a wise man once said: “It’s a long way to the top/If you wanna rock ‘n’ roll.” (R.I.P. B.S.) And for punk-r...

Thornhill | Jacob Charlton & Ethan McCann

Melbourne up and comers Thornhill are currently one of the Australian heavy music scene’s new breed of bands coming through right now....

Casey | Tom Weaver

Casey are something truly special. This young but advanced U.K. quintet features all the hallmarks of a solid melodic hardcore band, but the...

Body Count | Ernie C

Whereas Ice-T fronts the Californian hip-hop/rap-inspired metal band and acts in Law & Order: SVU, Body Count guitarist and co-foundin...

All Time Low | Alex Gaskarth

Perhaps it is the inevitability that many of the big league bands from the pop-punk worlds will always drop their “punk” sound t...

The Maine | John O’Callaghan

Six albums deep and still The Maine are a powerhouse of fresh and beautiful alternative rock. The Arizona quintet’s sixth offering ...

The Black Dahlia Murder | Trevor Strnad

Dust off that crusty battle-jacket and get those horns up, because everyone’s favourite melodic death metal sensation The Black Dahlia...

Zeal And Ardor | Manuel Gagneux

Because I’m a very, very naughty boy, I forgot to publish my interview with the soft but well-spoken Zeal And Ardor mastermind, Manue...

caution:thieves | Nicholas Simonsen

caution:thieves vocalist, Nicholas Simonsen, is a passionate lover of music. This fact explains the methodical approach that his band takes...

I Prevail | Eric Vanlerberghe

Love them or deeply, deeply hate this band, I Prevail have just sold out an entire Australian tour off the back of their debut album, ̵...

William Control

If you’ve been keeping an eye on William Francis ever since he played the charismatically intimidating frontman of punk stalwarts Aiden, y...

Pallbearer | Brett Campbell

Is it possible for doom metal to be happy? Maybe, but that’s never really the point. U.S. dirge merchants Pallbearer might hail from ...

Bailey Van Ellis | Balance And Composure

Hey look, it’s everybody’s favourite sad-boys, Balance & Composure! This shoegazey, emo-tinged foursome from the States will be...

sleepmakeswaves | Otto Wicks-Green

The past decade has seen a massive resurgence of post-rock, and for half of that time, Sydney gentlemen sleepmakeswaves have been proudly f...

Ezekiel Ox

Love him or hate him, Ezekiel Ox is indeed a veteran of the Australian rock world, no matter how you spin it. Over the course of his 20 plu...

Thy Art Is Murder | Andy Marsh

Ahead of their fast approaching March tour with Meshuggah, I recently spoke with Thy Art Is Murder’s guitarist/lyricist, Andy Marsh. I...

The Living End | Andy Strachan

The Living End returned with their first album in five years in 2016 – ‘The Ending Is Just The Beginning Repeating and Shift...

Steel Panther | Stix Zadinia

With soon to be four albums into their widely successful career, the always rockin’ and sexual Steel Panther don’t need any fuck...

Periphery | Jake Bowen

Periphery are an enigma within their scene. From the surface, they’re a very technical prog metal band combining intricate structures comb...