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.
With twelve members rocking out onstage at any given time, Brisbane’s Velociraptor are one hell of a menacing rock & roll beast. The ensembles’ 2012 mini album The World Warriors is crammed full of blissed-out melodies, scuzzy ‘60s garage punk, and plenty of sugary sweet sing-along choruses. Before they clamber onstage for what’s sure to be a rowdy set at this year’s Push Over festival, Killyourstereo.com asked Velociraptor’s Jeremy Neale about what really happened to the dinosaurs, supporting OFF! and organising a Phil Collins-themed festival.
Melbourne hardcore band Vultures have had a bit of a line up change in the last few months, but they have just released their debut EP, "I Don't Blame You", and don't plan on slowing down anytime soon. The band's guitarist David answered a few questions about the band for us.
Riding high on the success of their Epitaph/Running Man debut album, What We Left Behind, Veara drummer Brittany Harrell caught up with Killyourstereo for a chat about putting together the album that launched them onto the pop-punk map.
When you've been in a band with Axl Rose I think it's safe to say that you're ready for anything.
Not only did Duff McKagan survive the roller coaster ride that was Guns N Roses, he's still kicking out the jams as a member of the Scott Weiland fronted Velvet Revolver.
Now, if I’d been in Guns N Roses there’s a good chance I’d have my head up my arse, but Duff was completely cool and seemed genuinely interested in answering our questions, so read on!
Vanna are one of the heavier bands that Epitaph has signed recently. With their new album “Curses” hitting Australian shelves this week, vocalist Chris Preece was kind enough to chat to Killyourstereo’s Cameron Chambers...
Chris was definitely one of the nicest and most friendly dudes I’ve spoken to so a massive thanks for the interview time and thanks Emily Kelly at Shock Records for setting the interview up!