Guitar enthusiasts rejoice! Here’s a demo version of DragonForce’s new track “Defenders”. ‘Maximum Overload’ is out August 15 via 3Wise.
Wrap your ears around a brand new tune from post-hardcore sextet Chiodos! Their fourth LP Devil is out April 4 through Faction/Sony Music.
Here’s the final video in the three-part series on the making of I Am The Avalanche’s latest banger, Wolverines, out March 21 via Rude Records/Rocket.
We sent budding journo Lachlan Young and on-the-rise photographer Billy Zammit along to Shorefest 2014 to capture Dream On Dreamer, Hand Of Mercy and more while repping Team BLUNT.
After 10 years in the game tonight was the perfect setting for the long-standing four-piece to rub their talents in the faces of any cynics.
Hayley Williams may be one of the tiniest women in existence but that voice filled the cavernous surrounds with ease, Paramore tearing through a large chunk of their latest record in a compelling fashion.
Win a copy of The Used’s Imaginary Enemy on vinyl, a signed copy of the CD, and a personal video message from the band addressed to you!
To celebrate the launch of Impericon’s new Aussie online store, we’ve managed to snare 2x $50 vouchers to give away!
The seamlessly-blended influences of the band’s favourite sounds from each of their records come together to create an Architects best-of.
The sharpened songwriting and successful risk taking supremely sets up Behemoth to continue their reign of doing whatever the fuck they want in the realms of extremity.
“Honorary Australians” Pennywise are back for Soundwave 2014. From beers and beaches to crazy antics, they tell us why they love it here so much.
Right hand yellow! Wales’ Funeral For A Friend indulge in a game of Twister before their headline show at Manning Bar in Sydney. Game on!
Stone Sour and Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor chats to us in Sydney’s Kings Comics about his favourite comic books ahead of the release of his own graphic novel, The House Of Gold Bones.
Along with the traditional rooftop running and clandestine knife wielding the series is famous for, Black Flag perfects what its predecessor started on the water.
Crazy stretches of road, jumps, breakables, weapons, police road blocks and even helicopters combine with the dynamic weather to make Rivals one of the craziest thrill rides out.
It’s Criminally Deranged Multiple Personality Disorder: The Video Game, but they went with calling it Grand Theft Auto V, which has a snappier ring to it, and it’s nothing short of amazing.