New Jersey trio latewaves have honed a somewhat schizophrenic but highly engaging sound that fuses late 90s rock and pop-punk, 2000s emo, hair metal choruses and modern songwriting, which they describe as “fun, energetic and introspective.”
Exciting newcomers Cage Fight offer up an aggressive concoction of thrash metal and hardcore punk, which fuses vicious vocals and powerful riffs and rhythms loaded with visceral rage.
Australian duo Beleth have crafted a concoction of absolutely filthy riffs, guttural vocals and powerful rythyms in an intense death meets groove metal sound they describe as “dark, catchy and brutal.”
Colorado band innerspace have honed an intoxicating post-hardcore meets progressive rock meets post-rock sound that fuses heavy riffs and engaging vocals with atmospheric electronic elements.
Chicago’s Sixty Lumens fuse anthemic rock and elements of pop punk and metal with splashes of synth in an intoxicating sound that they describe as “theatrical, engaging and catchy.”
Leeds-based band When They Riot have honed a grungey sound that offers a nod to 90s alternative rock fused with a new, raw flavour.
South Wales band Finding Aurora offer up a grungy, engaging garage rock sound that began as a bedroom project and has retained its raw but powerful edge by keeping things simple.
German rockers All Nine Yards have honed a diverse and engaging sound that’s built on hard rock but introduces elements of metal, pop and electro. The Bielefeld band started out … Continue reading Introducing: All Nine Yards
Transport yourself back into the days of 80s thrash and death metal and strap in for an exploration into outer space with Danish/American collective Terminalist.
Indie rockers Alex James are aiming to inspire other people with disabilities and improve accessibility in the music scene.
London band Centuries have conjured up a brutally heavy post-metalcore sound that swiftly pushes them into the higher echelons of the exciting British metal scene.
In the west end of Toronto, a congealed mess of discordant sound, disparate musical influences and disturbed ramblings is lurking, waiting for its opportunity to corrupt innocent minds. This thrashing punk-laced cut of the rarest hardcore is more commonly known as The Slime.
RedHook have honed a lively punk-laced rock sound that deliciously blends heavy riffs and feisty vocals with catchy pop elements – and a saxophone solo – that they describe as “hectic, emotional and fun.”