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.
They’re one of the good guys in the heavy music scene. Fun, no-nonsense and always up for the occasion, Every Time I Die return to our shores this October for an anticipated headline tour. Killyourstereo.com sits down with guitarist Andy Williams to talk about the upcoming shows, elaborate pro wrestling personas and Dr Pepper ads.
Having just put out fourth album 'Currents', Texan indie-rock quartet Eisley are embracing finally having complete creative control over their music - writing, recording and producing the album themselves in frontwoman Sherri DuPree-Bemis' home studio. We catch up with Sherri to discuss the new album, returning to touring after giving birth, and the forthcoming Star Wars sequels.
"The world is fucked and this is the soundtrack to it's demise", claim chaotic Milwaukee riff purveyors Enabler. Having just released latest EP 'Shift of Redemption', the follow-up to acclaimed 2012 album 'All Hail the Void', we sit down with Enabler frontman Jeffrey Lohrber ahead of the band's maiden Australian tour.
Every Time I Die are one of the good guys in the heavy music scene. A great sound to go with an equally great attitude. With ‘Ex Lives’ now eight months into the listener’s psyche, the Buffalo heavy-hitters are gearing up to return to Australia for January’s Big Day Out. KYS recently caught up with frontman Keith Buckley to discuss music, Larry David moments and how they want to play at your party.
"I want to be dead with my friends" screams Keith Buckley to open up the new Every Time I Die record 'Ex-Lives,' the band's sixth in what has become a long running, successful career. This sentence suits the front man who has led his band through a relentless touring and partying schedule, building their ever-growing fan base the old fashioned way, by being one with the people and being good, down-to-earth dudes. Kill Your Stereo had a chat with Buckley about the new record and anything else that popped up...
There are few bands that treverse the lines of dance and heavy music as well as Enter Shikari. Since 2003, the band has carved an ever deepening niche in the global music scene, blending post-hardcore with their fond love of UK dubstep and drum and bass over three well-received albums. Bassist and co-vocalist Chris Batten spoke to Kill Your Stereo about their latest album and their upcoming appearance at Soundwave 2012.
Sydney hardcore band Endless Heights have been on a bit of a roll lately. They have recently released their new EP "Dream Strong", and just completed their first national tour to launch the release of the EP. The band is shaping up to have a big year in 2012, so we caught up with the band's guitarist Jem Siow to discuss the new EP amongst other things.
Arguably one of the world's most notorious bands, New York's Emmure are no doubt a force to be reckoned with. Their fourth album "Speaker Of The Dead" was released in February via Victory Records, and has proved them to be as controversial as ever. With the band's return to Australia just around the corner, we caught up with guitarist Jesse to find out what's up in the world of Emmure.
Seattle-based post-hardcore outfit Emery are no strangers to our shores. Soon to return to Australia for a headlining tour, we caught up with frontman Toby Morrell to talk about touring and their new record "We Do What We Want".