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.
Brace yourself for some fast-paced, raucous, screechy, fun-packed post-hardcore goodness from Madison, Wisconsin quarter Meat Jelly.
Summoning the spirit of 2000s hardcore, Texas band Nygma have established a reputation for surrealistic lyrics, unorthodox guitar melodies and unpredictable shifts in tempo and rhythm.
We’ve featured a few pretty young bands over the last few years but Tennessee band Indigo Zebras have to be the youngest, given their lead singer is just 14-years-old.
With a name like Kick Up The Fire, you expect a band to have a bit about them – and the London garage punk trio that assumed this moniker most certainly do.
In addition to an exciting alt-rock meets post-rock sound Glasgow’s Atlas : Empire have deepened the intrigue with a concept album focusing on the human race’s growing reliance on technology.
If you thought grunge died with Kurt Cobain in Seattle back in 1994 then how very wrong you were. The concept is very much alive and kicking, particularly up in … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Pet Virus
London rockers Black Palms are an intriguing proposition. The unique mix of Greek, Jamaican and Iraqi heritages have combined to create an intriguingly dynamic brand of dark rock that sounds about as … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Black Palms
South London rockers Hey Gigantic are a great example of making music for the fun of jamming with your mates. Their catchy alternative rock sound harnesses their love for contrasting … Continue reading Introducing: Hey Gigantic
It seems this is a week for writing about bands making long overdue albums, as following in the footsteps of Texan legends At The Drive In are Sheffield rockers Order … Continue reading Album Review: Order Of Voices – Constancy
They may not be a new band as such, but after 16 years away the re-emergence of Texas’ At The Drive In almost feels like discovering a new band. Having … Continue reading Album Review: At The Drive In – in•ter a•li•a
We’ve got something a little bit different for this week’s New Band of the Week in the form of Glasgow’s instrumental progressive rockers Dialects. This is probably the first band … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Dialects