As Creeper prepare to release their début album, Will Gould talks to us about rebuilding the artist-audience barrier.
Suicide Silence refuse to be, y’know, silenced.
A career in music is an uncertain venture – and that’s okay.
Talking heartbreak, punk rock and normality with one of Australia’s most exciting new talents.
“That was the first night I remember counting the non-white people at a show. The number fit on one hand.”
This is a very good band that you should probably listen to.
A profile on one of the world’s fastest-rising bands as they get set to drop their debut full-length.
Laetitia Tamko has found the perfect balance between the grounded and the ethereal.
“… a place where subgenres are a secondary concern to making something which kicks ten-tonnes of ass.”
Rob Barbour casts his eye over a legacy band renaissance
Matthew Whipple talks past years and Pretty Years
We sit down for a chat with the Against Me! frontwoman after the busiest 12 months of her life.
“If Here And Nowhere Else saw Cloud Nothings forcibly breaking out of a monotonous routine, Life Without Sound is the band finding themselves in a fresh, more considered world, and opening themselves up to a whole new future.”
“The Menzingers are exactly what we need.”
2016 was a big year for deaths in music, and 2017 already has a victim on the way.
Ahead of the album that might just define their career, we look back on what it took for The Menzingers to become the best punk band on the planet.