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DEVILDRIVER’s Dez Fafara on Upcoming Album ‘Outlaws ’til the End’

DevilDriver have never been a band to say the same thing twice, and once again they break new ground with their upcoming covers album,...

Kenny Wayne Shepherd On Upcoming Australian Tour

If you haven’t heard the news, Kenny Wayne Shepherd is making his way to Australia in October on the back of last year’s release...

Triple Kill’s Anthony Commane, Daniel Mackie, Efun White, & Connor O’...

It's a sunny Saturday afternoon as I meet up with four of the five members of Triple Kill at a snazzy coffeehouse in Abbotsford...

Marmozets’ Jack Bottomley on ‘Knowing What You Know Now’ and Splendour...

Bands with siblings often become some of the biggest bands in the world, from Radiohead’s Jonny and Colin Greenwood to Aaron and Bryce Dessner and...

ESPIONAGE’s Denis Sudzuka On ‘Digital Dystopia’ And Legions Of Steel 2018

Espionage have been incredibly active in making their mark on the Melbourne Metal scene in the past few years, and things are only going...

Nothing But Thieves’ Dom Craik On “Broken Machine Tour”

Over the last 6 years, Nothing But Thieves have been bounding from strength to strength. Bringing their distinct, ethereal yet punchy blend of alt-rock...

ALBUM & EP REVIEWS

Review: Decibel Demon – Declassified

Decibel Demon, are a thrash metal band from New Orleans, USA and on June 1st...

Review: Panic! at the Disco – Pray for the Wicked

‘Pray For The Wicked’ is the latest offering from Las Vegas rock band Panic! At...

Review: The Howling Tides – The Howling Tides

The Howling Tides are a hard rock band hailing from the midlands, comprised of four lifelong...

Review: Craft – White Noise and Black Metal

As a first-time listener of Craft, I’d heard they were black metal from Sweden. Unsure...

Review: Red Lama – Motions

Seven-piece alternative rock band Red Lama was formed in 2011 by a group of friends...

Review: Age of Emergence – Plea For A Dying World

With Age Of Emergence, a hard rock band from Newcastle, gearing up to record new...

Review: Second To Sun – The Black

Ladoga Master is an eerie, altered version of the Universal Studios theme song. Which at...

Review: Mighty Mighty Bosstones – While We’re At It

As much as it was never a hugely popular genre, ska has brought with it...

Review: Orange Goblin – The Wolf Bites Back

With an origin in UK 1995, Orange Goblin have been plugging away in the rock...

Review: Árstíðir – Nivalis

Every now and then an act outside of the metal genre finds my attention and...

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