It didn’t seem possible, but with album #6, Bring Me The Horizon have once again taken their game-changing brand of metalcore mania to the next level (or, like, the next three). Ahead of the band’s Australian tour in support of it, guitarist Lee Malia gives us a first-hand look into the weird and wonderful world of Amo.
An attempt at reconciling my love of art that's created by a person with a problematic past.
The local shredders were just announced as the main support for Sevendust's 2019 Australian tour!
A bonafide supergroup of Sydney’s most dynamic DIY idols, Sports Bra mesh themes of platonic love and queer liberation into monolithic post‑punk anthems for emo kids seeking a slither of wholesomeness.
An exclusive look at our powerful interview with Gary Clark Jr, only available in Australian Guitar #132.
A quick chat with one of the most magical minds in Australian music.
With their career-defining forth album, Larkin Poe cement themselves as two of blues-rock’s future hall-of-famers.
"As the band smiled, bowed, and wandered off stage, it became clear that we had just witnessed a stunning performance from a band that has managed to captivate hearts and souls worldwide over the past two decades."
Despite the headliner being pent up in a British hospital, Download Down Under #2 was a wicked success!
In the five years since his optimistic debut, Hozier has lived a fair bit of life.
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