Belgian band King’s Rage offer up a hard rock sound with plenty of healthy metal riffing all while retaining a catchy, melodic edge.
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Wind your musical clock back a few decades and gear yourself up for a fast, high energy 90s rock throwback with Kansas City quartet All From Nothing.
Washington singer BrandiWyne has honed a catchy bluesy pop-rock sound with which she strives to tell a story while being “melodic and evolving.”
Get your fix of blues-infused rock while saving the planet and going carbon neutral with Spanish-born, London-based solo artist ALBA. Alba, who describes her music as “classic yet fresh,” started … Continue reading Introducing: ALBA
Expect a progressive yet heavy metal sound from Phoenix, Arizona band Echoes In Ashes, who describe their sound as “complex, intense and imaginative.”
When a band describes their music as “transcendent, hybrid and elevational” our interest is immediately piqued. And that was only fuelled by the intriguingly named The iBand telling us they are also aiming to become “the first all-internet super-group.”
A fusion of thrash metal with metalcore and deathcore means you’re right to expect something beautifully heavy and wild from Pennsylvania quintet Traverse The Abyss.
Emerging London band Solar Strides offer up a fun and punchy brand of 60s blues-infused alternative rock with tinges of indie.
From throwing bottles at the police to performing alongside Biggie Smalls and Cypress Hill and opening up an infamous concert on the night that GG Allin died of a drug overdose, Spike Polite & Sewage have been on one hell of a journey.
Having played together in cover bands for years, Buffalo, NY’s Hearts & Hand Grenades’ decision to start making their own music owes much to the Goo Goo Dolls.
New Hampshire metalcore quartet TrueShot are a band in the midst of an evolution. Having released their debut EP last year within 12 months of forming, they’ve since switched things up with an even heavier, lower-tuned sound and a brand new drummer to boot.
Kenya might not be the first country that jumps to mind when you think about countries with a thriving rock and metal scene. But, according to young Nairobi-based band REFUGE, they are part of growing rock revolution in the East African country.