As we’ve mentioned several times in previous blogs, the various music discovery tools available through the likes of Spotify are great for finding new bands. And that’s exactly how we discovered exciting new Norwegian rockers Fixation.
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We love a good one man band and we love Finnish metal. So by combining those two things in Finnish doom meets dark metal solo artist Infirmum, we think we’ve found something pretty special.
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.
Fusing post-hardcore with the catchiness of punk is always going to be a winning combination, and Swedish newcomers Yellow Pages only confirm this assumption.
It’s been a while since we featured any Finnish rock bands, but that’s all changing now with rising Helsinki quartet Primal Maze.
Danish project Heathe is far from your ‘usual’ rock band. For starters, it’s not a band as such, more a collective of liquid band members built around one constant, Martin Pale.
Swedish trio Allergic To Humans bring us a rough and ready, raw, energetic garage punk sound that’s laced with funky riffs and catchy vocals.
Fusing the energy and power of punk and thrash is always to be a winning combination, and the intense sound of Swedish rockers Germ Bomb proves that sweeping statement.
Built on a synth-rock foundation, Finnish band Skinjobs offer up a fascinating combination of dark and brooding indie goodness that they describe as “dark and mischievous, light and earnest.”
Brighten up your weekend with the pop-punk sound of Norwegian band Beach of Diamonds.
Imagine my delight when we discovered a band from Finland, who just so happen to be absolutely awesome and claim to be an “angrier Royal Blood.”
Nokia-based Atlas’ description of their self-monikered brand of ‘Northcore’ as “cold, raw and dark” seems like the perfect place to rectify our lack of focus on Finnish metal