With lyrics inspired by classical poetry and fusing seriously heavy progressive metal, huge proggy rock sounds and moments of melodic calm, it’s safe to say that German Dr. Baer are an intriguing proposition.
New music from German rock and metal bands
The intriguingly named Bipolar Architecture hail from Berlin and Istanbul, which technically makes them only our second ever Turkish band. But they also come from an intriguing place musically, with three of their members having been a major part of the European death metal scene with previous band Heretic Soul.
Exciting new German band Blossom Cult are on a mission to provide a safe retreat for those who feel trapped in the torn society we find ourselves inhabiting. They’ve honed an intriguing sound that’s rooted in metalcore with elements of progressive rock and more.
German rockers Chaosbay have evolved from a standard rock band to a thrillingly heavy progressive metal band filled with complexity.
Like many a good band throughout history, the story of German heavy metal act Premortal Breath begins with beer and in a pub. As frontman Tommy Greulich puts it: “It all began with beer. We met at a pub, had some beers and at the end of the evening Premortal Breath was born.”
Emerging from the Ruhr area in the south of Germany is brand new sextet All Miles Gone, who combine heavy male vocals and clean female vocals alongside a backdrop of brutal guitars and atmospheric melodies.
German band CHIOPS have honed a catchy punk-fused pop-rock sound that they describe to us as “alternativ poprock.”
Having briefly dabbled in the dark arts of electronic music the brotherly duo of Zwo Eins Risiko wisely headed back to their roots of “dirty rock music.” The Hamburg duo … Continue reading Discover This: Zwo Eins Risiko
Fusing rock and metal backgrounds with vocals honed in more of a traditional, stage musical environment sees German rockers Invisible Joe & The Mushroom Gorilla offer up a sound that’s … Continue reading Discover This: Invisible Joe & The Mushroom Gorilla
We’re going to chance our arm here and guess that you’ve not heard of too many German punk-rock bands, and almost certainly none as good as Munich five-piece Things That Need To Be Fixed.