Swedish band Awake The Dreamer burst onto the scene with a post-hardcore meets metalcore sound they describe as “energetic, keen and heavy,” but offer us an intriguing curveball with their latest release.
Cardiff-based Death Cult Electric take us on a chaotic, loud and wild futuristic rock’n’roll adventure with a thrilling sound that they describe as “delusional apocalyptic fuzz.”
Finnish melodic death metal band Voidfallen have honed an epic sound that will “slap your socks off” and is equally dark and crushing as it is engaging and melodic.
Canadian metal solo artist Billie Rogue aims to “break the norms of metal and look cute while doing it” with an intriguing, diverse sound that Billie describes as “anti-elitist, genre-fluid, BadBitch.”
Middlesbrough band SWEARS offer up a dark and brooding rock sound fused with elements of grunge, doom and pop, which they describe as “hot n’ heavy.”
Swedish quintet Those Without have honed a catchy but edgy pop-punk sound that draws influence from everything from pop, jazz and funk to metalcore, thrash and deathcore.
Some of the most exciting discoveries we’ve made during the last five years of running GigRadar have been from the Hungarian metal and hardcore scene. And we’ve got another monster of a heavy Hungarian band to add to the list in Nest of Plagues.
If you like your rock music fused with elements of 80s post-punk, goth and electronica, then north-western England band ANTEES tick all the boxes with a sound they describe as “energetic, gritty and loud.”
New York band Peroxide Blonde offer up an intriguing concoction of 90s indie, 80s post-punk and early 2000s revival.
We love a good one-man metal band and that’s exactly what we have from Florida newcomers Raven Tooth. The Orlando-based outfit offers us a no-nonsense, hard-hitting metal sound that also provides elements of hard rock, punk and hardcore.
Finnish newcomers Deltrem offer up an intriguing brand of groove metal that fuses intense vocals, pounding riffs and delicious guitar solos in a sound they describe as “groovy party metal.”
Washington band Darkenside joke that they sound like “a stadium rock band that plays breakdowns.” But it’s an apt description of a riff-heavy yet melodic modern metalcore approach that they describe as “powerful, energetic, and emotional.”