Perth progressive rock outfit Chaos Divine have been a respected staple in the local scene for a few years now. A couple of strong releases under their belt, the band is gearing up for some east coast shows this month. Killyourstereo.com chatted with guitarist Simon Mitchell to get the lowdown on it all.
Saviour are making some pretty big waves around the country at the moment. The boys from Perth have toured around the country three times already this year (with a fourth on the way), and have announced their signing to prominent Australian hardcore label UNFD. Lead singer Bryant Best recently took some time out with us to talk about the new album and their upcoming headline shows.
They’re currently touring Australia for the first time. Having just released a new studio album – ‘Incisions’ – Oceano employ a hard-working ethic to their music. Killyourstereo.com sat down with the band before their show at Melbourne’s BANG nightclub to discuss first impressions of our country, the new full-length and star-struck moments on tour.
Since their signing with Hopeless Records, Arizona rockers Anarbor have enjoyed a steady rise. The upcoming release of their sophomore album 'Burnout' and the band's non-stop touring schedule should certainly help this rise continue. Killyourstereo.com caught up with frontman Slade Echeverria to chat about the process of the new record.
For most, the name Dennis Lyxzén is synonymous with hardcore punk, serving as the frontman of such trailblazing acts as Refused, The (International) Noise Conspiracy and AC4. However, since 1999 Lyxzén has also fronted (in one carnation or another) post-punk outfit INVSN. Pronounced "Invasion", the quintet take a far softer, more refined approach than the frenzied energy of their previous bands. Last month, INVSN released their debut English-spoken release, a self-titled full length through Razor & Tie/Shock Records. Killyourstereo.com chat with the prolific vocalist about the new album, his frustration with the current "musical and political climate", and Refused's reunion tour last year.
He is one of the most recognised and renowned musicians in the contemporary metal scene. Having excelled with the likes of Slipknot and the Murderdolls, Joey Jordison returns with his new musical endeavour, Scar The Martyr. With a debut album just released, Killyourstereo.com chatted with the main man about the band, plans for Slipknot and the possibility of Scar The Martyr touring down under early next year.
It has been a steady rise for Melbourne punks Clowns. Recalling the frenetic energy of influences such as Black Flag and The Bronx, the four-piece are currently gearing up to release debut album, 'I'm Not Right' through Poison City Records this October, before kicking off a 21-date national tour in support. Killyourstereo.com chats with vocalist Stevie.
At only a young age (both career-wise and personally), locals Tonight Alive are already a preeminent band in the pop punk scene. Having just released their sophomore album ‘The Other Side, the group is enjoying a busy and productive period. Killyourstereo.com sat down with vocalist Jenna McDougall and guitarist Whakaio Taahi in Melbourne recently to discuss everything.
Growing up is getting to Veara. The Georgia pop punk quartet's upcoming album, 'Growing Up Is Killing Me', reflects their maturation into a band that has no qualms with taking confident strides out of the box. Guitarist and lead vocalist Brad Wyrosdick spoke with Killyourstereo.com recently about the new album and their upcoming visit to Australia as part of the Vans Warped Tour.
Young Lions are an up and coming Brisbane rock band, formed from previous groups, Amberain and The Dream The Chase. With their debut record ‘Burn’ set for an October 4th release, you can expect to see these guys tearing up stages across the country soon. Having already opened for the likes of Senses Fail and Oh, Sleeper, Young Lions are making waves. Armed with lead vocalist, Zachary Britt (also being in Melbourne based act Dream, On Dreamer), the boys are sure to be making a name for themselves very quickly. Killyourstereo.com talked to guitarist Kyle Morris.