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Bilmuri interview: “Nothing out there sounds even close to this album”

Bilmuri, the brainchild of Johnny Franck, has been picking up steam with a run of kick-ass releases in recent years. Franck, formerly of Attack Attack!, has shown he can craft killer songs in whatever genre he tries his hand at. Bilmuri began with a sound based in punk and hardcore, but [...]

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The Beautiful Monument interview: Lizi Blanco “This lineup was the best thing to happen to us”

Melbourne’s The Beautiful Monument are not your average pop-punk band. The four-piece gave the Australian scene a shot of attitude with their 2015 EP The Lost. The EP won them fans across the country with a powerhouse mix of pop-punk, hardcore and alternative rock. The band travelled [...]

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Drown This City interview with Alex Reade – “I never planned to scream!”

Post-hardcore act Drown This City are putting themselves firmly on the map of Australian heavy music. They’ve been turning a lot of heads with a unique sound that mixes electronic and crushing riffs. The five-piece also have the song-writing chops to back it all up.

Frontwoman [...]

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Label gives Architects’ sales directly to band after Tom Searle’s death

Following the death of Architects’ guitarist Tom Searle, the band’s Australian record label UNFD will give revenue from the band’s sales directly to the band for one month without taking any cut themselves.

Tom Searle passes at 28 years of age

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The Amity Affliction: This Could Be Heartbreak Review – Band goes pop, still sad about life

The Amity Affliction’s This Could Be Heartbreak was released today, and the album continues the arc that the band started with 2012’s Chasing Ghosts. Amity has been moving closer to pop since that album, and This Could Be Heartbreak takes the band into even further into [...]

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Interview: Behind the Facade’s Danielle Minch tells story behind Bitter and Better

Pop-punk quartet Behind the Facade made one of the strongest debuts of 2016 with Bitter and Better. The genre-hopping album, which we reviewed here, was a powerful and forward-thinking statement from the Queens, New York group.

Front woman Danielle Minch reveals the storyline in the [...]

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Saosin release Control and the Urge to Pray video

Saosin have unveiled Control and the Urge to Pray, the third single from forthcoming album Along the Shadow. The album is the first LP from the Californian post-hardcore act in seven years (heh). The band released a video for the song, which is a similar live performance format seen with [...]

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Saosin release Racing Toward A Red Light video

Post-hardcore survivors Saosin recently released a clip for Racing Toward A Red Light, the second song from their upcoming album Along The Shadow.

Along The Shadow will drop on May 20, and will be the first release to feature frontman Anthony Green since the band set the scene alight [...]

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