It’s difficult not to be hooked into the thrilling, epic horror sound of Swedish technical metal band Mister Misery. The band fuses fast, angry metal with grandiose orchestral elements, which … Continue reading Introducing: Mister Misery
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Part-time Norwegian indie-punks as they are known, The Modern Times hosts a hybrid of original and jagged post-punk with a garage-band aura.
There’s something special about symphonic metal that has me instantly hooked and fascinated. And brand new Swedish band Vengeant achieve exactly that with their epic, intensely intriguing brand of cinematic, symphonic metal.
Danish hard rockers FooN are on a mission to play their part in the future of the rock scene as they showcase a new, more defined sound they describe as “explosive, energetic and ebullient.”
After composing music for countless Norwegian films and TV shows and even winning a Norwegian Emmy, a love for extreme metal genres sees solo project ILLT unleashed on the world.
Finnish solo project Rioghan has honed a rock sound that draws on gothic and progressive metal influences.
We’re kicking off the weekend with a brutal assault of intense progressive metal that fuses low-tuned guitars, funky melodies, powerful vocals and intriguing lyrics from Sweden’s Limbo.
We love a Scandinavian band here at GigRadar, but Norwegian band Frostbite offer up something they describe as “significantly different” to most new bands from their homeland.
Finnish metal six-piece Archares have honed a fascinating sound that’s “very Nordic” with big catchy melodies and engaging vocals supported by a cello, synths and orchestral elements.
There are few things we love more than discovering an exciting new Swedish rock band, and we’ve got a cracker for you in Gothenburg newcomers Banned In G.B.G.
Exciting Norwegian newcomers King Romeo have honed an infectious brand of anthemic, big riffing rock that we’re immediately hooked on.
Swedish rock and metal always has a special appeal for me, so I was thrilled to discover exciting new Gothenburg band Orochen. The band have honed a dark, atmospheric sound that has a real 2000s post-rock feel alongside folky elements with a post-metal and sludgy edge. Or, as they put it, “apocalyptic post-industrial neofolk.”