Undeniably one of the biggest heavy bands in the world today, love them or hate them Suicide Silence are the envy of pretty much every other metal band alive. With two acclaimed deathcore albums under their collective belts, the band has been relentlessly touring across the globe. We were lucky enough to catch up with guitarist Mark Heylmun on the eve of their return to Australia for No Sleep Til, talking everything from Call Of Duty to Dazed And Confused.
Following the demise of Australian hardcore legends Jungle Fever, the band that is today known as Sex Wizard went through a series of name, sound and line up changes. Despite just completing a tour with Extortion and I Exist, and releasing a full length on Trial and Error Records last year, Sex Wizard still maintain an outrageously impulsive approach towards everything they do. We had a chance to catch up with vocalist Jiggsy to discuss wizardry, weed and double drumming.
In 2007, Samsara shook the foundations of Australian hardcore with their colossal debut album 'The Emptiness'. Three years and two new members later, Samsara is back with their new sophomore LP 'Instinct Over Influence' and a handful of shows around Australia with Newcastle's Dropsaw. We had a chat with the band's bass player Brett and asked him a couple of questions.
New Jersey pop punk band Settle For Less have just recently released their great new EP "Greetings" through Either/Or Records, and just finished up a run of dates with label mates Homelife. The band's guitarist Nick answered a few questions for us.
Young American pop punk upstarts Sing It Loud have spent the past three years carving a solid reputation for themselves. With the quintet releasing their new album ‘Everything Collide’ recently, Sing It Loud vocalist and guitarist Pat Brown caught up with Killyourstereo to talk about touring, signing with respected record label Epitaph, and the Minneapolis music scene.
Melting hearts and breaking teeth across the country, Shinto Katana have come a long way since their debut album - 'Cold Streets' was released in 2008. In light of their forthcoming release - 'We Can't Be Saved', vocallist Dave Naylor spoke to us about what's hanging down at drop G# and what's cooking up for the rest of 2010.
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.
Surprises is the new endevour from Florida based artist Brooks Daniel Paschal, after just releasing his debut solo record on the internet, i was fortunate enough to talk to him about all things Surprises.