Buffalo, NY, band West Ferry have honed an intriguing sound that flits between upbeat punk and more laid-back emotional indie.
Imagine, if you will, the complete antithesis of much of the modern mainstream rock market. A band that fuses raw rock instrumentals and intense grungey vocals that have you immediately … Continue reading Discover This: Javelina
It may be hard to remember the day at the moment, but we know for sure that it’s Friday. And to celebrate that fact we’re bringing you some delicious heavy-riffing metal from New York band Nepenthe to get the weekend started.
California band Treble Down have honed a lively brand of hard rock that you can’t help but shout along to at the top of your lungs.
From throwing bottles at the police to performing alongside Biggie Smalls and Cypress Hill and opening up an infamous concert on the night that GG Allin died of a drug overdose, Spike Polite & Sewage have been on one hell of a journey.
Melbourne band Cold Tide have honed an infectious brand of rock that’s big on melody and will have their songs stuck in your head for days.
Having played together in cover bands for years, Buffalo, NY’s Hearts & Hand Grenades’ decision to start making their own music owes much to the Goo Goo Dolls.
New Hampshire metalcore quartet TrueShot are a band in the midst of an evolution. Having released their debut EP last year within 12 months of forming, they’ve since switched things up with an even heavier, lower-tuned sound and a brand new drummer to boot.
Fusing elements of black metal, noise rock and grunge with Eurodance and 90s R’n’B is probably about eclectic and random as music gets. But somehow, Norwegian band Deathcrush make it work in a way that is loud, brash and angsty yet beautiful.
We guarantee you’ll instantly be hooked on the super-catchy, hard-hitting rock sound of Canadian quartet Secondhand Habit.
The Descent of the Archangel sounds like the kind of warning that should have us all locking our doors, sealing the windows and hiding away below ground for as long as possible.
Pittsburgh band Second To Safety make an interesting observation that their home city, famed historically for steel and blast furnaces is now a booming health and medical centre.