Alternative rock/metal trio Them Bloody Kids release their politically charged debut album 'Radical Animals' this week, blending elements of stoner/doom rock and nu-metal with world music influences. We caught up with the band ahead of the release to discuss their formation, influences, ambitions and more.
Brand new indie-rock trio Muttering made their mark earlier this month with their debut EP 'Don't Think About It', which they refer to as "songs for the end of the world." We caught up with the band following the release to discuss their formation, influences, ambitions and more.
Rising Australian quartet Waxflower are on the verge of releasing their new EP 'We Might Be Alright', a heartfelt record that explore hopefulness, unity and finding strength within yourself. We caught up with drummer Daniel Seymour ahead of the release to discuss his first musical memory, the band's formation, influences, ambitions and more.
Melodic post-hardcore sextet As Everything Unfolds are a band on the rise, making waves with their recently released debut album 'Within Each Lies The Other'. We caught up with guitarist Adam Kerr following the release to discuss his first musical memory, the band's formation, influences, ambitions and more.
It's been a whirlwind journey for indie-pop four-piece Blondes, who became overnight TikTok sensations with their single 'Coming of Age' after thousands of videos featuring the song started circulating, racking up billions of views. This viral success led to over one million streams and over 200,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and a record deal with Austin, Texas label C3 Records, firmly marking the quartet as ones to watch. We caught up with vocalist Will Potter to find out more...
Today marks the release of BRUIT's stunning album 'The machine is burning and now everyone knows it could happen again', blending elements of post-rock and neoclassical across four expansive, ambient tracks. We caught up with guitarist Théophile Antolinos from the French instrumental band to discuss their formation, musical and non-musical influences, ambitions and more.
Australian punk band Skegss have gone from strength to strength over the years, from gigs in dingy pubs and skate parks to sell-out shows in the UK, New York City and Los Angeles, as well as self-releasing their acclaimed debut full-length 'My Own Mess', which landed at Number 2 on Australia's ARIA album chart. Now, the rising trio are back with their brand new album 'Rehearsal', out now via Loma Vista Recordings, which was recorded using '60s and '70s vintage gear and takes lyrical influences from stand-up comedians. We caught up with drummer Jonny Lani following the release, to discuss his first musical memory, Skegss' formation, ambitions and more.
Danish quintet BAEST are setting their sights on world domination, as the release of their third album 'Necro Sapiens' has cemented them as one of the most promising acts to emerge from the death metal scene. We caught up with the band ahead of the release to discuss their formation, influences, ambitions and what you can expect from their live show when they tour with Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals later this year.
The time has finally arrived for melodic hardcore quintet Stepson to release their eagerly-anticipated debut album 'Help Me, Help You', after the COVID-19 pandemic put a halt to all of their plans in 2020. We caught up with guitarist Nick Bennett ahead of the release to discuss the band's formation, influences, ambitions and more.
Almost three years after their fourth full-length 'Neon', progressive metalcore outfit ERRA are back with their new self-titled record. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Grammy-nominated duo Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland, ERRA tackle depression, anxiety and desperation on the fifth studio effort, which is out later this week via UNFD. We caught up with vocalist Joseph "JT" Cavey ahead of the release, to discuss ERRA's formation, ambitions, influences and more.