After composing music for countless Norwegian films and TV shows and even winning a Norwegian Emmy, a love for extreme metal genres sees solo project ILLT unleashed on the world.
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Allow your musical senses to soar with the bouncy, thrilling sound of Bristol band Kite Thief. The band describe their brand of alternative rock meets prog metal Gutter Candy Metal – “sweet and full of grit, like dropping your favourite candy in the gutter and still wanting to put it in your mouth.”
Finnish solo project Rioghan has honed a rock sound that draws on gothic and progressive metal influences.
Despite being the world’s second-most populated country – with only the 1.3 billion people – until this point we’d never met a band from India. However, we’re delighted to introduce our first-ever Indian band in Assam-based Arogya.
There aren’t too many bands that can claim to have been crowned “the world’s best new band” but that’s the case for Sinoptik, who can now also add the honour of being the first Ukrainian band to feature on GigRadar.
Blending classic heavy metal with influences of grunge and progressive rock, Nottingham’s Cottonmouth are very much onto a winning formula. The quartet have honed an engaging sound that they describe as “thunderous metal riffage,” which we love.
Obviously, we don’t condone people killing people but, if there was such a thing as the sound of killing, then maybe this could be it.
Glasgow band The Rhubarb have honed an intoxicating dark and doomy stoner rock sound that fuses dual vocals with deliciously heavy fuzzy riffs.
Blending the elements of hardcore and deathcore is only going to result in a pretty damn heavy concoction, and that’s exactly the case with Swindon band TYRANTS who offer up what they describe as “stupidly heavy slams.”
Irish quintet Crown The King were raised on early 2000s pop-punk, and bring all the energy of that classic time period into their own brand of engaging punk rock sound.
We may have a little GigRadar first today as we introduce a first intergenerational band in Berwick-upon-Tweed rockers Not Now Norman. The Northumberland band have honed a feisty rock sound that’s gained them a reputation for in-your-face lyrics and direct delivery.
Hail, a Southampton-based, Swindon-born solo artist, offers up a gothic rock sound she describes as “emotional, dramatic and dark.”