Philadelphia punk band The Loved Ones are about to make their first ever trip to Australia this week, touring with Strung Out and making a stop at the annual Come Together Festival. The band's singer and guitarist Dave Hause caught up with us before their tour begins.
Newcastle's Dropsaw have just finished a national tour with Evergreen Terrace and Casey Jones, and released their third album "Hard Justice" through Trial And Error Records. The band's bass player Roffey answered a few questions for us.
On the back of there Australian wide tour with Amy Meridith, Tonight Alive Vocalist Jenna caught up with us to talk about their incredible new record All Shapes And Disguises and how the road has been treating them over the past year
Rochester, New York pop punk band Such Gold are one of the fastest rising bands in the pop punk scene right now, and after recording a new six song EP last month, the band is only going to be on the rise. The whole band collectively answered some questions for us in between their busy schedule.
Gold Coast pop punk band Skyway have had a huge 2010 already, touring with the likes of Frenzal Rhomb, No Fun At All and House Vs. Hurricane. With a new released lined up and a tour with The Wonder Years, the band doesn't look like slowing down anytime soon. The band's guitarist Dizza answered some questions for us.
Boston pop punk band Transit have just recently recorded their second album "Keep This To Yourself" - scheduled for an August release through Run For Cover Records. The band's guitarist Tim answered some questions about the new record for us amongst other things.
One of the heaviest band’s in the modern metal scene, South Carolina trio Nile is gearing up for another highly anticipated tour of Australia. On the eve of their visit, Greece native and arguably the man with fastest feet in death metal – George Kollias was kind enough to chat with Killyourstereo about music, touring and the current state of ‘heavy’ music.
Melodic death metal thrashers The Black Dahlia Murder have endured a swift rise in the extreme metal scene over the past few years due to their relentlessness touring and commitment to crafting some of the most brutal and uncompromising metal around. Ahead of their forthcoming Australian tour alongside Unearth, TBDM vocalist Trevor Strnad spoke to Killyourstereo about smoking weed, making budget music videos and the state of contemporary metal.
Arguably two of the most influential front men from Californian punk bands since the 90's, Joey Cape (Lagwagon) and Tony Sly (No Use For A Name) are about to start their first ever solo tours in Australia. Joey and Tony both took time out of their busy schedules to answer some questions for us before their tour kicks off here next week.
Melbourne duo Young Heretics have been quite busy as of late. Having caused a stir by releasing their debut album, “We Are the Lost Loves”, initially as a free download, the band are now ready to take their brand of sugary pop music on the road with their first national tour soon to be announced.
As one-half of Young Heretics, Kitty Hart sat down with Killyourstereo for a chat about their debut album, gaining inspiration from video games and working with Peter Jackson (of Lord of the Rings fame).