They may have the longest band name we’ve ever featured on the site but rock meets melodic metal newcomers Jason Payne & The Black Leather Riders are giving us plenty more to get excited about.
If you’re looking for indie meets punk rock that’s upbeat, hard-hitting and generally a lot of fun then exciting Glasgow rockers The Riot Vans are just the band for you.
London duo CRASHFACE slap you round the face with their vicious riffs then deliver a couple of knockout punches with intense industrial elements and wild vocals.
he Poconos region in Pennsylvania is better known for heart-shaped tubs at honeymoon resorts, relaxing vacations and skiing than producing raucous punk bands. But pop-punk quartet Don’t Panic are addressing the balance with a catchy power pop punk sound.
Norwich rockers Jora the Fortuneteller have honed a wild sound that flirts with various sounds and genres. However, they very much retain a heavy focus on big riffs and engaging vocals, which they describe as “heavy, dark and melodic.”
Finnish band Heroes Don’t Ask Why have honed an engaging rock meets metal sound that merges various influences into a self-created genre of Divorce Rock, which they describe as “original, emotional and melodic.”
When you think of Saudi Arabia, we’re fairly sure that crushing metal music probably isn’t one of the first things that comes to mind. But melodic death metal act Wasted Land are hoping to change all of that.
British metalcore meets djent newcomers InRetrospect aim to provide a thought-provoking sound that not only satisfies metalheads but also appeals to listeners of all musical genres.
French metal band Dukkha offer up a diverse combination of brutal heavy-polyrhythmic and djent guitars with melodic ambiences, which they describe as “raw, powerful and meaningful.” The Lyon band was … Continue reading Introducing: Dukkha
Experimental London band TAYNE initially started out as a satire on contemporary pop music that aimed to test the limits of the genre’s ideologies.
Tuck into a feast of Dutch punk rock as we introduce you to not one but two new bands. That’s because Nijmegen punk bands Ink Bomb and No Breakfast Goodbye are taking the unusual step of releasing a split EP, so we thought we’d write a split article.
New Jersey trio latewaves have honed a somewhat schizophrenic but highly engaging sound that fuses late 90s rock and pop-punk, 2000s emo, hair metal choruses and modern songwriting, which they describe as “fun, energetic and introspective.”