Two decades into their tenure, Thrice are still the undefeated kings of post-hardcore. Ahead of their 2019 Australian tour, Matt Doria sits down with guitarist Teppei Teranishi to figure out just what their secret is.
From Sydney’s underground to the international spotlight: the dramacore deviants in Hellions are making catastrophically huge waves in the rock scene, and with Rue, those are only getting bigger. Matt Doria dives deep. Photo by Alex Jay.
Though only two EPs deep in their tenure, Moaning Lisa have cemented themselves as a driving force in the future of Australian rock.
Abendigo proves once more that Nolan and Sapone are a true post-hardcore power couple.
For the first time in years our loud, riff-laden, hard-rocking festival scene felt whole again.
Running just shy of a half-hour, the debut album from Sydney’s newest emo upstarts is packed from wall to wall with distorted juts, crystal‑clear noodling and vocals that pierce through the heart like doughy, scuzzily produced shotgun blasts.
Sarah Comey calls Basement axeman Alex Henery with the question on everyone’s lips: how did the Suffolk emos make their fourth album so. damn. good!?
A promising return to his former glory, No Past. No Future. No Sun. scratches an itch that Corgan hasn’t been able to reach since the turn of the 21st century.
By self-titling their fourth album, Dead Letter Circus have made a poignant statement. Sarah Comey noodles through its importance with axemen Luke Palmer and Clint Vincent.
With the experimental (and aptly titled) VI, British pop-rock trailblazers You Me At Six have reached their strongest point in 14 years. Matt Doria gets to the bottom of how they managed to do it with lead guitarist Chris Miller.
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