Today, we have reached the milestone of the 1,000th article to be published on GigRadar. Since setting the site up from scratch in August 2016, we’ve covered new bands from all over the world and I’m pleased to say that numbers are only on the rise.
We’re always suckers for a bit of old-school emo, but when a band goes full-on emo and covers our favourite Taking Back Sunday song well… we felt obliged to find out more about Ohio trio I Fight Fail.
Prepare yourself for an assault on your musical senses with diverse Los Angeles via Arizona quintet Remember The Monsters, who summarise their electronic heavy pop-rock sound as “fierce, energetic and catchy.”
Creating music that’s not only heavy but also relatable and engaging can be a pretty tough task, but it’s one that Ohio’s Silent Hearts are well and truly nailing.
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.
Imagine our excitement when Guildford rockers Follower describe their sound as “Imagine old school Funeral for a Friend and new age Bring Me The Horizon having a baby and calling … Continue reading Introducing: Follower
Match big metal guitars with searing, sultry female vocals and you’re almost always going to be onto a pretty special combination.
New York duo Travelers have taken an interesting musical change of direction, moving from seriously riff-heavy rock to more of an electro-rock approach.
The Portuguese surf haven Ericeira of may not be the most obvious place to unearth an exciting new metal band, but that’s exactly the case with Nowhere To Be Found.
Oxfordshire rockers I Cried Wolf made quite the impression with their debut EP back in 2015, only to see a three-year hiatus brought to an end in fine fashion at the end of last year.
Glasgow rockers Divide are an exciting work in progress. The band’s fusion of heavy riffs and delicious melodies has honed an approachable rock sound that offers something for everyone due … Continue reading Divide: Glasgow rockers talk ‘approachable rock’ and the importance of supporting new bands
Never ones to be constrained to musical norms, Hampshire quartet Reventure have perfectly fused elements of electronica, rock, rap and metal to form a sound that reinvents itself from song … Continue reading Introducing: Reventure