Author: Genevieve Gao

 

About Genevieve Gao

Interviewing bands and getting to know the people behind them is what I do best. Lover of all things heavy, Italian food, beaches & coffee. FInd me on Twitter @Genna1_1

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Sharing a Vision in Different Spaces With All Time Low’s Jack Barakat

We chat with the guitarist about being a Baltimore kid, having his life changed by being in Sydney and Tokyo, and making the dream ATL recor

 

Sticking to the Principles with DragonForce’s Herman Li

I sat down with Li to chat about the new record, the Megadeth classic that got him through school, and why being a perfectionist both rocks

 

Three Lessons We Learnt From I Prevail on Their First Aussie Tour

We spoke about their Aussie fan base, the compromises you need to make for touring, and their love of Toto

 

Pushing Through Metal’s Darkest Era with Overkill’s ‘Blitz’ Ellsworth

In 1980, the seeds were sown for one of the most enduring bands in metal history, and the frontman sheds light on just how that came to be.

 

The Living End’s Twilight at Taronga Set had just a bit of Everything

You wouldn't put The Living End, Taronga Zoo and bevs in the same sentence. But chuck in a mini acoustic session and some great covers, and

 

Killswitch Engage’s 15th Anniversary Gig Shows Just why Fans Love Their Second Record

Last Friday night was a pretty damn sweet one for old-school Killswitch fans, when we got to experience the whole release in its entirety...

 

Enjoying the Simple Things in Life With Periphery’s Misha Mansoor

Simplicity, Devin Townsend and coffee. The founder of Periphery delves into just how the three have shaped his life.

 

Regaining the Hunger to Create with Jimmy Eat World’s Rick Burch

Scene trailblazers. Alt-rock icons. Four guys who started out jamming in the East Valley city of Mesa, Arizona. Whatever you see Jimmy Eat W

 

Feeling Unashamed With As It Is’ Patty Walters

The British pop-punks only came together in 2012, but they’re already making waves. Formed by Minnesota-born vocalist Patty Walters,

 

Jimmy Eat World Unite Audiences Both Young & Old at the Enmore

For some, Newcastle punk rockers Trophy Eyes seemed like an odd choice to open up for the iconic Jimmy Eat World last night. Yet on a mem

 

Q&A With Brighton’s High Tyde

Able to hit the speeds of Foals and balance it out with the grace of The 1975, young guns High Tyde are making waves in Brighton and beyond.

 

Staying Unpredictable With Trivium’s Matt Heafy

The vocalist opens up about the band's early days and why they love moving into unfamiliar territory