Thirty years ago, New York alt-metal heroes Life of Agony linchpinned an entire genre of music in the ’90s.
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“I play a style of music that I don’t think has ever been particularly popular here.” Plini Australian guitar extraordinaire Plini has traversed the globe in the last 12 to 18 months, playing headline shows in India and Scandinavia as well as playing festivals in Germany, Portugal and the U.K. But, as the saying goes, […] …Continue Reading

The Deadbody bassist/Twitching Tongues vocalist/God’s Hate drummer appreciates gaming’s past but has his sights set on what the future may hold.
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“They were geezers. They were proper geezers.” BAZ WARNE The Stranglers are part of the final frontier of the true genesis of the punk era. Not that the band can be called punk in the purest public sense of the word, but when it comes to attitude, swagger, and defiance there is no compromise. Since […] …Continue Reading

“The music is in the same vein as we always do. I think Delain has a very recognisable style.” Martijn Westerholt After a particularly turbulent period of their musical life, metal outfit Delain are set to release their latest album, the appropriately titled Dark Waters, on February 10. While remaining Delain at its core due […] …Continue Reading

Jackie Parry shares her story of rising the ranks of other shredders and playing in a band with her twin sister, Jessica.
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Interview by Erin Eddy They don’t come much more legendary than the likes of Geoff Tate. Frontman for the revered Queensryche, he will be back in Australia playing a small selection ofshows between February 8 to 10. Playing two albums in their entirety, Rage For Order and Empire, this is an experience fans won’twant to […] …Continue Reading

Photo credit: Justin Gittins Gold Coast-based noise merchants Snake Mountain have been a little quiet for the last couple of years. Or to be more precise, since the band’s last single The Hunted back in 2019. While there are many (valid) excuses for the time elapsed between releases, all that people need to know is […] …Continue Reading