YOU ME AT SIX, Lostprophets, Pure Love, Your Demise, Feeder, The Used, Andrew WK, All-American Rejects, Job For A Cowboy, Cancer Bats, Rammstein, The Skints
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Destined to sit on top of the world and still riding high on the back of 2011's mighty 'Sinners Never Sleep', Big Cheese catches up with the irrepressible You Me At Six in Australia to talk changing fanbases, the new album and being Olympic hopefuls.
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Dropping fifth album 'Weapons', Lostprophets frontman Ian Watkins leads his battalion into the fray once more, talking dubstep, legacy and keeping it real. Following a recent gig that raised more than a few eyebrows, Pure Love talk to Big Cheese about their debut album, happiness and life after Gallows. Scene stalwarts Your Demise are back with 'The Golden Age' and we talk to them about how they're rewriting the hardcore rulebook. We catch up with The Used frontman Bert McCracken at Australia's Soundwave to talk 'Vulnerable' and find out why he's wearing a bridesmaid's dress and talk to the All-American Rejects' Tyson Ritter about his year of excess in LA and returning with new album 'Kids In The Street'. When it's time to party... well, there's Andrew WK! We talk to the ultimate party rocker about his classic album 'I Get Wet'. Then there's also more interviews with Job For A Cowboy, Ceremony, Feeder, Fighting Fiction, Shinedown, Halestorm and Black Breath.
Also, Blink-182/Angels & Airwaves vocalist/guitarist Tom Delonge tells us the albums that changed his life and we pay homage to seminal punk rock journalist Kris Needs. There's album reviews of Cancer Bats, The Skints, Emmure, Hawk Eyes, Mars Volta, Municipal Waste and many more, as well as live reviews of Rammstein, The Devil Wears Prada, Touche Amore and more!