Exciting Swedish melodic death metal duo Hour of Anguish have an intense sound that they descibe as “channelling the godfathers of the Gothenburg scene.”
We love ticking new countries off the GigRadar band map, and the latest – which I believe takes us to 44 countries – is Puerto Rico with death metal band Omnifariam.
Melbourne metal newcomers HooF offer up a thrilling sound that oozes intensity, unrelenting riffs and pounding drums. It’s monstrously heavy yet, somehow, strangely catchy.
The intriguingly named Bipolar Architecture hail from Berlin and Istanbul, which technically makes them only our second ever Turkish band. But they also come from an intriguing place musically, with three of their members having been a major part of the European death metal scene with previous band Heretic Soul.
We love nothing more than finding new bands from new countries, so when the savage sound of Kazakh death metal meets thrash band Zarraza popped into our inbox we were keen to find out more.
The intense sound of Austrian band Demonicera is as terrifying as the band’s name suggests it ought to be. And it’s the realisation of the band’s attempts to hone their own unique death metal sound over the last few years.
Exciting Glasgow hard-hitters Godeater are a technical death metal band with melody at their core and the biggest issues facing modern society at their soul.
Wisconsin band Casket Robbery‘s name alone has us excited, but taking a listen to their intensely heavy yet strangely catchy killer death metal riffs and pounding drums has us hooked. The … Continue reading Introducing: Casket Robbery
“Heavy, apocalyptic, crushing.” These are the three words that Brad Hanson, drummer of death metal band End of Salvation, plucks out of the air when summarising the band’s bonecrushingly brutal … Continue reading Introducing: End Of Salvation
It’s pretty unusual for us to be writing about a band that’s been going for two decades but in the case of Methedras we love their sound so much that we felt … Continue reading Introducing: Methedras