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.
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.
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.
They were probably partly responsible for your high school soundtrack and they may even still be responsible for the soundtrack of high schoolers today. Simple Plan have been around for fourteen years with four albums and the same line-up the entire time. Heading our way soon for the Warped tour, Killyourstereo.com caught up with drummer Chuck Comeau to talk about the band's longevity and future plans.
When the message is honest and the music equally sincere, the respect is always going to be there. Gearing up to return to our shores, Killyourstereo.com sits down with Jesse Barnett of Orange County hardcore outfit Stick to Your Guns to discuss the upcoming shows, the genre and plans for the future.
With their brand of "mathy post-hardcore", noodly Melbourne punks Stockades have been steadily building a reputation for themselves since their inception in late 2011. Their debut 10" EP is out now, and with a national tour supporting British noisemakers Rolo Tomassi kicking off next month, we caught up with guitarist Allan Stacey.
Rochester, New York’s Such Gold have gained a huge fan base in just a few short years, only increasing with the 2012 release of their debut full length, Misadventures. The band toured Australia recently as part of the Soundwave line-up, and Killyourstereo.com caught up with guitarist Nate Derby to discuss the tour, as well as the band’s plans for new material.
With only two founding members remaining in the band, Senses Fail have made a drastic change to their sound with their latest effort "Renacer". Much heavier than their previous work, the album also features a more positive outlook lyrically and even some Spanish. Frontman Buddy Nielsen spoke to Killyourstereo.com about the new album, anniversaries and why it's better to not worry about your band making any money. "Renacer" is out now on 3Wise Records.
Aspiring Sydney metalcore act Stories have returned from hibernation to wreak havoc across Australia. Taking inspiration from the likes of Misery Signals and Born Of Osiris, the Northern Beaches five-piece released their debut EP 'Void' for free download from Bandcamp earlier this month. Stories recently sat down with Killyourstereo.com to talk about their plans for 2013.