ASKARI, led by the distinctive vocals of frontman Asher Baker, are a band that pulls no punches and are on a mission to throw, in their words, “walls of sound around any size venue and spitting vitriolic lyrics squarely in the face of absolutely every fucker ever.”
Our New Band of the Week is strictly for exciting new British bands only. We interview new bands from across the rock and metal spectrum, take a listen to their music and find out what makes them tick. Check out our interviews with emerging UK rock and metal talent below.
The thrilling sound of Chiasmata walks the tightrope between atmospheric and cinematic metal and the complexity of modern technical metal, and the result is pretty special.
This week’s New Band of the Week is a little unusual given that we’d already featured the band after they’d changed their name and now they’ve changed their name back to the old name.
Newcastle newcomers No Time For Reason have honed a lively, hooky melodic punk-laced rock sound that reflects their pop, rock and EDM influences. The band started out one year ago, … Continue reading New Band of the Week: No Time For Reason
With 2019 drawing to a close it’s time for one final New Band of the Week. And we’ve got a very exciting final band to round the year out that we think are one to keep an eye on in the New Year in Fast Blood.
Get your fix of infectiously catchy singalong rock with Newcastle and Sheffield-based newcomers Ten Eighty Trees.
Suffolk quartet Back To The Point describe their sound as taking 90s pop-punk and dropping it into the modern music world. It offers nostalgia to those of us who grew up with the classic punk bands accompanied by an element of something new.
This week’s New Band of the Week is a band I’ve been aware of from a distance for some time. The band have been through some thrills and spills, including even a spell where there wasn’t a band, but I’m delighted they are back together and better than ever.
We’re unashamedly aware of the fact that we always bang on about how great the British metal scene is at the moment. But we only do so because there are so many great new metal bands out there to fuel it. The latest reminder of this is Manchester metalcore newcomers Clashmute.
London-based singer Christina Rotondo has teamed up with the guitar and production qualities of Ali Marshall to form an exciting new project in Adelyn, who specialise in powerful, anthemic rock.
When asked how to describe their sound London-based newcomers Addison Lane bluntly retort “this will destroy you.” So don’t let their claim that their second single is their “slow and heavy” effort fool you into thinking that this is anything other than brilliantly brutal progressive metalcore.
With their debut EP ready to keep our ears warmly entertained, it’s finally time to give what we believe is Britain’s most exciting new rock band the love they deserve.