Emerging from the Arizona desert comes a fiery blast of engaging rock infused with pop-punk, alt-rock and metal influences courtesy of exciting new trio Fire By Night.
If, like us, you regularly find yourself pining after the infectiously catchy days of 2000s post-hardcore and pop-punk then Los Angeles rockers Give In will be just the ticket.
New York newcomers Half Dizzy offer up a fun and catchy punk sound that transports us back to the good old 90s skate punk with a fresh twist.
California newcomers Summer Years have honed a catchy pop-punk meets punk rock sound, which they describe as “catchy, pensive and cathartic.” The Oceanside, San Diego band began with Nick Lanari … Continue reading Introducing: Summer Years
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.
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.”
If you’re craving a little 2000s-esque intense emo nostalgia in your life, then Wyoming post-emo meets post-hardcore quintet getbent. may be just the band for you.
Minnesota metalcore meets hardcore band Common Choir have honed an intense sound that offers something for all listeners to connect with and they describe as “honest, aggressive and energetic.”
Boston duo Sounds & Scenarios have honed a catchy rock meets punk, alternative and emo sound that they describe as “accessible punk music.”
New York-based rockers The Phoenix Within have honed an engaging rock sound that they describe as “raw, honest and poignant music.”
Texas quartet Up For Corruption offer up a fusion of old school metal instrumentals and ‘new school’ vocals in sound they describe as “heavy, enlightening and controversial.”