We’re doing something a little different today as we introduce you to intriguing Canadian metalcore meets emocore band Wthcnvctn.
Emerging from the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Calgary band Greybeard offer up a delicious fusion of metal influences, from black metal and death metal to atmospheric and progressive elements.
Canadian trio TEETH offer up a seething cacophony of “unapologetically pissed off noise,” which provides perfect catharsis for the absurd times we currently find ourselves enduring.
Canadian band SuckerTrap offer up an exciting heavy rock’n’roll sound laced with punky energy that will “sink its teeth into you and won’t let go.”
We’ve spoken to a few solo artists in our time but Canadian thrash project Sorting Infinity is one of the coolest so far.
Canadian electronic rock duo Normal Machine are the perfect band for the crazy times we’re living in, as they refuse to prescribe to the modern, happy-go-lucky songwriting culture of popular music.
We guarantee you’ll instantly be hooked on the super-catchy, hard-hitting rock sound of Canadian quartet Secondhand Habit.
Indian musician Kartik Baisoya has picked up the remnants of his high school band and, over a decade later, taken it upon himself to bring the old school music (literally) to life.
Hard rock trio Stands on Sapphires serve as a reminder that anyone can write, record and publish great music. Roll back a few months ago, the band didn’t even exist, now they have two singles out there for the world to enjoy.
Having a music video banned by YouTube for containing too many naked men and playing a gig while a member was high on morphine (for medical reasons) means Canadian newcomers Dish Pit sound pretty rock’n’roll to us.
Canadian singer/songwriter Jeff Sanna has made an impressive mark on the metal scene with the launch of his debut EP.
We don’t know what sheep did wrong to wreak the wrath of this new Canadian metal band but what we do know is that we love the name of The Sheep Destroyer Crew.