Interviews

INTERVIEW: Woes (26/05/2018)

After their killer set at the North date of the festival in Leeds, we sat down with Woes bassist Sean Duddy and drummer Ryan Neish from the band to discuss Slam Dunk, touring with some of the best in the genre, progress on their debut album, and being more than just your typical pop-punk band. Read More

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INTERVIEW: Polaris (08/05/2018)

Whilst over on the other side of the world, touring the UK alongside of host of other genre contemporaries including We Came As Romans, we caught up with Polaris vocalist Jamie Hails backstage before their show in London to talk touring, recording, and unusual drinking games… Read More

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INTERVIEW: Skindred (22/04/2018)

Since their beginnings back in Newport, Wales a couple of decades ago, not only do Skindred remain the pioneers and forerunners of the “ragga metal” sound (a genre that blends and meshes the sounds of metal, reggae, and rock music into its own life form), but no band has even dared to follow in their footsteps to mimic and replicate it. Read More

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INTERVIEW: Download Festival (17/04/2018)

e headed on over to Donington Park and had a natter with the bookers to talk about finally securing Guns N’ Roses on the bill, what it’s like booking festivals now compared to a few years ago, future headliner material, how this year’s line-up came together, gender balance on festival bills, and more. Read More

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INTERVIEW: Casey (13/04/2018)

Last month, Welsh emotive hardcore crew Casey released their incredible sophomore album, ‘Where I Go When I Am Sleeping’, and it’s generating some serious hype. With their debut ‘Love Is Not Enough’ revolving predominantly around the subject of love in many contexts and forms, ‘Where I Go…’ is something else. Read More

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INTERVIEW: Endless Heights (13/04/2018)

Sydney five-piece Endless Heights released their sophomore album, ‘Vicious Pleasure’, back in February – a whopping four YEARS after their debut, even if there were a few EPs scattered in the middle. The thing is, a large part of that lengthy stopgap lay in whether or not Endless Heights were going to no longer be endless. Read More

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INTERVIEW: The Faim (07/04/2018)

You’d be forgiven if you’ve never heard of The Faim before now. They only have two songs to their name and, up until now, they’ve only played shows in their native Australia. When, however, you add into the mix the fact that they’ve just recently signed a worldwide record deal and have been in the studio with John Feldmann, Pete Wentz, and Mark Hoppus, you get an idea of where the band could be ending up in the near future. Read More