It’s difficult not to be hooked into the thrilling, epic horror sound of Swedish technical metal band Mister Misery. The band fuses fast, angry metal with grandiose orchestral elements, which … Continue reading Introducing: Mister Misery
Leicester trio Switchdown offer up a fun and bouncy punk-infused alternative rock sound that’s big on energy and feisty riffs.
Part-time Norwegian indie-punks as they are known, The Modern Times hosts a hybrid of original and jagged post-punk with a garage-band aura.
Emerging Minneapolis band Cardijum offer up a crushing deathcore meets death metal sound that’s packed with powerful riffs, intense rhythms and savage vocals.
Brazilian horror metal collective Alchemia have honed a fascinatingly dark sound that fuses heavy black and death metal influences with dramatic symphonic elements, classical orchestration and gothic synths.
Dead Romantic offer up an intriguing combination of hooky, loud, energetic yet aggressive music that’ll have you singing along one moment and kick you in the face the next.
Throughout the current pandemic, life as we know it has drastically changed, and we’ve all had to adapt to a new ‘normal’. Consequently, the music industry is suffering badly, affecting artists and bands worldwide, alongside teams working behind the scenes, and many other areas of support.
New music podcast GigRadio Episode 13 features an interview with British metal band Defences and great new music from all around the world.
Long Island trio Stoke The Fire have honed an engaging rock sound that aims to take the listener on a musical journey they describe as “passionate, innovative and emotion.”
It’s been a while since we featured any instrumental music but in Brazilian trio Autoclismo we’ve discovered a band that fuses heavy riffs and groove in a fun atmospheric rock sound.
If you happened to be on the lookout for the heaviest new UK metal band then Monasteries would probably be a good place to start.
Deathcore sextet Majin will cast a spell over you with their punishing, brutal cyberpunk influenced sound that they describe as “forward thinking groove” and “deathcore in technicolour.”
Hungarian band Before We Fall offer up an intriguing modern metal sound that fuses metal with classical music influences and orchestral instruments.