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Posted 16 Mar 2017 @ 3:00pm

Back in 1996, an Aussie band little known to the world was thrust into the international spotlight with the release of its third studio album, Ivy And The Big Apples.


Spiderbait became the face of Australian rock, and in many ways, the popularity of grunge took a step back to make way for them. 


To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Ivy’s release, Spiderbait are...

Posted 15 Mar 2017 @ 12:00pm

When vocalist and guitarist Clemens Rehbein met DJ and producer Philipp Dausch on their first day of an advanced music course at the Jacob-Grimm-Schule in Kassel, Germany, no one could have predicted that a few short years later the duo would be known internationally for their distinctive fusion of folk, reggae and electronica.


“No one knew anybody because everyone had come...

Posted 8 Mar 2017 @ 2:11pm

For perhaps the first time in a career spanning over two decades, guitarist, singer and Canadian legend Devin ‘HevyDevy’ Townsend is on the verge of an epiphany.


With his latest album from the Devin Townsend Project, the 44-year-old has grown closer than ever to both his bandmates and his audience, with the latter group rapidly expanding.


Transcendence is seeing...

Posted 5 Mar 2017 @ 8:30am

The year was 1992. Over in Albany, a port city in Western Australia, lived two middle-class, folk-singing, guitar-playing sisters.


Long before they were in London still, Donna and Vikki Simpson were breaking out of their hometown to travel around and play whatever pub would have them. In their travels, they met a guitar player around the same age, himself chasing the dream of...

Posted 8 Feb 2017 @ 5:23pm

In 1997, a group of high school kids from Florida set out to give metalcore a makeover.


Back then, Underoath had no real grasp of just how big they would make it. They would go on to tour relentlessly, release seven studio albums between 1999 and 2010, and go through a personnel makeover of their own. After all that, Underoath were left feeling overtaxed, with the physical and...

Posted 18 Jan 2017 @ 10:11am

In 2012, 14 years on from their acrimonious split, Swedish hardcore giants Refused made a triumphant return for one of the year’s biggest and most successful tours.


Few anticipated they would ever see the likes of Refused again in the 21st century, but even fewer could have anticipated what was to follow.


2015 saw Refused release Freedom, a brand new studio...


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