Hype can be a dangerous thing. However, sometimes it is as justified as it is deserved. San Francisco’s Deafheaven have created a large and loyal fan base in a short period of time thanks to a diverse and expansive sound. With a maiden Australian tour booked in for January, Killyourstereo.com sits down with frontman George Clarke.
Brisbane-based post-hardcore outfit Dollarosa have been gaining more and more attention since the release of their debut EP 'The Never Ending Unfamiliar' one year ago. Recently they released a new single featuring Story of the Year vocalist Dan Marsala. Even more recently, Killyourstereo.com caught up with lead singer Lachlan Dann to discuss the recording experience, the band's influences and what it was like supporting Senses Fail.
Armed with a healthy local following, it all came together for Brisbane’s Dead Letter Circus with the release of debut album, ‘This is the Warning’. After three years of solid national and overseas touring, the band returns with sophomore album, ‘The Catalyst Fire’. Killyourstereo.com sits down with bassist Stewart Hill to talk about the record, playing with the likes of Animals As Leaders and South African safaris.
Californian metallers DevilDriver have enjoyed a decade plus career thanks largely to a strong and honest work ethic. The band will unleash their sixth studio album, ‘Winter Kills’ this August. Killyourstereo.com sits down with frontman Dez Fafara to discuss the release, his passion for music, and Star Wars.
Post-hardcore Australian band, Dream On Dreamer, have taken on the world over the last few years with an intense touring schedule. Now, with the taste of global success on their tongues, the band have expanded their line-up, refined their sound, and have just released their second full-length, ‘Loveless’. Killyourstereo.com had a chat with vocalist, Marcel Gadacz, about Snoop Dog, DIY, throwing Frisbees, and, of course, the band’s new album.
In terms of respect, Sacramento stalwarts Deftones are near peerless. Boasting an impressive career, Deftones are a band at the top of their game. Last year’s impressive ‘Koi No Yokan’ picked up from where predecessor ‘Diamond Eyes’ left off. With a string of sold-out Australian shows coming up in May, Killyourstereo.com caught up with one of rock’s true gentlemen, Sergio Vega to talk about writing music, touring with your friends and Australian coffee.
Dropkick Murphys are a band that needs no introduction. Their honest blend of Celtic punk has been a permanent and respected staple in the genre for some time. With a new album out and an Australian tour (including Bluesfest) on the horizon, Killyourstereo.com caught up with drummer Matt Kelly to discuss all things Dropkick.
Canadian trio Danko Jones have been writing gritty balls-to-the-wall rock & roll since 1996 and show no signs of slowing down with the release of their sixth studio album, 'Rock and Roll Is Black and Blue'. Ahead of their appearance at Soundwave this year, Killyourstereo.com caught up with Danko Jones himself for a quick chat about living the rock and roll life.
Armed with songs that mix melody and brutality, Melbourne metal band Death Audio have been gaining attention for all the right reasons lately. As they prepare to tour the country in support of their stunning debut self-titled album, Killyourstereo.com caught up with guitarist Will Borland for a chat about how much hard work went into their debut, sharing the stage with their idols and being confused with members of Limp Bizkit.
For a band that started with such humble and small expectations, Deez Nuts have enjoyed a quick and popular rise. With a new studio album, ‘Bout It’ due out in March, Killyourstereo.com caught up with Deez Nuts frontman JJ Peters late last year to talk about music, plans for the future and the Boys of Summer tour.