The Contortionist are preparing to board a plane and return to our shores this month. With an arsenal of technical and innovative tunes, the band supports Between the Buried and Me on their national run. Killyourstereo.com had a quick chat with guitarist Robby Baca about the upcoming shows.
The buzz surrounding Neck Deep of late has been akin to a hornet's nest shattered with rocks. Jumping from strength to strength and touring alongside pop punk powerhouses like The Wonder Years and Real Friends, the UK five-piece will soon embark on their first tour of Australia alongside local trailblazers Trophy Eyes and Forever Ends Here. Bassist Fil Thorpe-Evans recently sat down with Killyourstereo.com to talk about the tour and the band's upcoming debut album, 'Wishful Thinking'.
Caulfield are in the leading contingent of local up and coming bands. Hailing from Sydney, the band delivers a versatile post-hardcore blend. With their debut studio album – ‘Vanity’ – due out this Friday via Halfcut, Killyourstereo.com sat down with guitarist Andrew Gill to discuss the full-length, plans for the future and learning from your peers.
Homegrown punk veterans Bodyjar seemed to fade out from view after the release of their eponymous 2005 album, eventually calling a hiatus in 2009. The Melbourne four-piece have now reunited, releasing killer new album 'Role Model' - their first in eight years - and doing a slew of headline dates throughout the country to celebrate. Killyourstereo.com caught up with guitarist Tom Read to get the lowdown.
Since being thawed out of their Antarctic ice prisons nearly three decades ago, the ensemble of alien monsters that make up Gwar have been wreaking havoc upon Earth with their brand of heavy metal. Headed back to Australian shores for Soundwave 2014, Killyourstereo.com chat with frontman Oderus Urungus about the Superbowl, returning to Australian stages and new album 'Battle Maximus', their first since the passing of longtime guitarist Flattus Maximus.
Explosive punk outfit, Endless Heights have come out of the woodwork in the last few years. Hailing from the thriving punk and hardcore community in Sydney, it's no suprise listeners are anticipating getting their hands on the band's upcoming debut LP, New Bloom. Killyourstereo.com catches up with guitarist, Jem Siow to find out how the band are preparing for the release and what they think about the Australian music scene.
Las Vegas outfit Survive This! hope to assert themselves with new album, ‘The Life You’ve Chosen’. With the full-length now in stores, we have a quick chat with guitarist Daniel Ingram to discuss the year, plans for the future and growing up in the desert.
Almost three decades of musical experience, respected and renowned musician Scott Kelly has certainly achieved a lot. Touring Australia next week with his backing band The Road Home, Kelly had a brief, quick-fire chat to Killyourstereo.com before hopping on a plane.
American metalcore five-piece The Devil Wears Prada have evolved from their fledgling origins into respectable young men. Their newly released fifth album, '8:18', epitomises the band's ethos of deep spirituality and a hardworking conviction to musical perfectionism, continuing to push the boundaries of contemporary metalcore and embracing a more cohesive writing approach. Guitarist and clean vocalist Jeremy DePoyster speaks to Killyourstereo.com about '8:18' and the evolution of The Devil Wears Prada.
Hailing from the nation's capital, I Exist craft a brand of grim, sludge-influenced hardcore that's seen them grow a devoted following throughout Australia. Having just returned home from their debut European tour and with new album 'From Darkness' out late November, we catch up with guitarist Aaron Osborne to get the lowdown.