If you like your metal dark, fierce, intense and unrelentingly heavy then we think you’re going to love the sound of Russian newcomers Renunciation.
New bands from Eastern Europe
We’re extending the GigRadar compass out to Slovakia with the discovery of exciting post-hardcore band Jamming With The Devil.
In this scary time of global confusion, chaos and panic, music and the Internet have a vital role to play in bringing people together – even when they’re confined to their homes, as we are in the UK. Through the power of these two mediums we’re able to spread the GigRadar musical discovery compass into Turkey, with Izmir progressive metal band Dawnfall.
Ukrainian newcomers Why So Silent? are an intriguing proposition, fusing full-on instrumental metal synthy spaciness.
We love to tick new countries off the new music map and today we’re able to add Romania to this fairly lengthy list. Our first taste of Romanian music is the intriguingly dark and heavy yet deliciously catchy sound of Cluj-Napoca band Lurker In Light.
We’ve received a steady stream of strong new rock music out of Russia recently, but exciting new band Apache Rose may well eclipse the lot of them.
We love finding great new music from all over the world, so the discovery of Ukrainian rock solo artist Amaria has gotten us really excited. The Kiev-based singer has honed a gothic-tinged pop-rock sound that she describes to us as “unframed, powerful and melodic.”
The term blackened sludge alone told us to expect something dark and dirty from Polish band Mary and the Highwalkers. But what we encountered was something beyond our wildest dreams.
Given we’re a blog about new bands, this article may seem a little – wait, very – random. As Palat formed 32 years ago in 1987. However, they only very recently released their debut album, which they originally recorded back in 1992.
A Russian singer/songwriter and Icelandic singer and instrumentalist probably isn’t your usual indie-rock vibe.
Confused? We’ve just discovered a really cool Russian punk band, who become our second artist featured in our new Discover This feature.
Belarussian rockers Weesp first caught our attention when we learned they first formed back in 2008 despite not being able to play music. They’ve since formed an exciting combination of … Continue reading Single Review: Belarus rockers Weesp show off their heavy side with ‘Not Over’