Newcastle's The Hollow have been steadily making a name for themselves after the release of their debut EP, and touring with the likes of Rise And Fall, Carpathian, Blkout and Homewrecker. The band's bass player James and guitarist Shaun answered a few questions for us.
Brit hardcore rockers, More Than Life have taken Europe by storm since the release of their debut EP, Brave Enough To Fail in September '08. It's not long now until they grace Australia with their melodic-pop lullabies, but until then Joey Bayes has us covered with everything from the parties to fashion tips in the life of More Than Life.
Canberra core gurus Dead Kings have been laying waste to the country since their album dropped mid last year. Bass player Morgan Mcdonnell was kind enough to answer some questions in his time off.
Following the release of their fantastic EP "Only Boundaries", Balance And Composure have cemented themselves as one of the best up and coming bands to keep your eye on. The band's drummer Bailey answered some questions for us.
Detroit pop punk band Fireworks are about to make their first trip to Australia supporting New Found Glory and Hit The Lights, as well are sticking around to do a headlining tour with Heroes For Hire. The band's bass player Kyle answered a few questions for us.
Baltimore's Ruiner are set to return to Australia for the second time this month, and the band's vocalist Rob took some time out of the band's busy schedule to answer some questions for us.
Devilishly heavy and explicitly blasphemous, New Orlean’s Goatwhore are a blackened death metal band turning heads with the release of their stunning fourth studio album, “Crarving Out the Eyes Of God”. With an upcoming Australian tour alongside Behemoth and Job For A Cowboy, frontman Ben Falgoust catches up with Killyourstereo to give the lowdown on what to expect when they hit our shores in April.
Newcastle based band Coma Lies are on the verge of unleashing their debut album "The Great Western Basin". The band's bass player Russ was kind enough to answer a few questions for us.
On the eve of the release of their fourth studio album, Zoran Trivic from Perth alternative rockers Gyroscope takes time off from the band’s ‘Some of the Places I Know’ national tour to chat with Killyourstereo.
Having released one of last year’s most acclaimed albums, North Carolina’s Between the Buried and Me are about to return to our shores – this time for their first headline tour. On the eve of their highly anticipated second visit, guitarist Paul Waggoner was generous enough to catch up with Killyourstereo.