Having started his musical career in several metal bands, the recording process fuelled Timmy Nawman’s passion for recording his own more punky, pop-punk, alternative rock flavoured brand of music.
What better way to welcome in the weekend than with a seriously heavy new metal band that aims to bring a bit of good to the world and “break the mold of a digital age where the music industry seems to be becoming increasingly formulaic.”
If you’re looking for a little musical diversity then French rockers Earthstate will be just the ticket with their fusion of pop-punk, rock and metalcore – and a bit of hip-hop thrown in for good measure.
Our first Christmas New Band of the Week is London pop-punk meets alternative-rock quintet Two Year Break
Emerging Sheffield rockers Steal The City fuse infectious heavy rock with punk-infused influences in a sound that’s just been crowned with the release of their fantastic debut EP. The band began … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Steal The City
Canadian rockers Sound Drown are on a mission to rejuvenate the pop-punk genre, which they feel is being killed off by mainstream media. The quartet, from the port city of … Continue reading Introducing: Sound Drown
Having gigged relentlessly across their home city of Nottingham, Say The Word are bringing their catchy rock meets punk sound to a wider audience with Saturday’s launch of new single … Continue reading Introducing: Say The Word
The words ‘Vans Warped Tour’ will be forever sacred to emo, punk and rock fans of a certain age. Some of the most popular bands of our generation and formative … Continue reading End of an era: Vans Warped Tour announces 2018 will be its last cross-country tour
Kingston rockers Harbour Sharks have mastered the art of blending big heavy metalcore with moments of deliciously catchy melody. This ability has, inevitably, led to comparisons to certain bands and, … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Harbour Sharks
Our focus has been well and truly on female-fronted rock bands in the last week, following Wednesday night’s antics at Camden Underworld. And it just so happens we’ve found another … Continue reading Introducing: The Beautiful Monument
Scottish rockers Yashin have opened up on their decision to split after 10 years as a band, laying the blame on record label Sony for “changing” songs the band recorded for … Continue reading Yashin reveal why they split and reflect on the good times
When you think of Switzerland, awesome rock bands probably aren’t the first thing that pop into your mind. However, Barbie Sailers, from the region of Ticino, near the Italian border … Continue reading Introducing: Barbie Sailers fly the flag for Swiss rock music