Fusing post-hardcore with the catchiness of punk is always going to be a winning combination, and Swedish newcomers Yellow Pages only confirm this assumption.
All-out, full-on melodic hardcore at its finest is tinged with sadness and reflection upon the release of the debut EP of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, band Northern Remains.
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.”
Toronto band The Ocean Cure have a diverse have honed a diverse sound that takes you by surprise with hardcore elements intersecting the catchy lead vocals.
Newcastle quartet Holding Out have honed an exciting punk fuelled rock sound that they describe as “unpredictable, shouty and fun” – which should have you hooked already.
Hull newcomers 99% COBRA pack a venomous bite with their intriguing ‘party metal’ combination of big riffs and angry lyrics. Or, in their words: “Angry music disguised as Oasis.” But, … Continue reading New Band of the Week: 99% COBRA
Newcastle’s Dayshifter offer up that most intriguing of combinations, a seriously heavy, dark melodic hardcore sound accompanied by passionate, heartfelt vocals. In fact, we were first introduced to the band … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Dayshifter
There’s an element of diversity in the sound of hardcore Plymouth newcomers Carrier that even the most open-minded metal fan would be surprised by. Their hard-hitting metalcore is offset by … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Carrier
Bristol’s Backroads have honed a lyrically charged hard-hitting metalcore sound that packs an intriguing punch with a newly found more melodic contrast. The quintet began with college course pals Eddie Craven … Continue reading Introducing: Backroads