Brazilian band Invisible Control came kicking and screaming out of the pandemic in 2020 with an electrifying technical death metal sound that they describe as “heavy, technical and versatile.”
Finnish melodic death metal band Voidfallen have honed an epic sound that will “slap your socks off” and is equally dark and crushing as it is engaging and melodic.
Some of the most exciting discoveries we’ve made during the last five years of running GigRadar have been from the Hungarian metal and hardcore scene. And we’ve got another monster of a heavy Hungarian band to add to the list in Nest of Plagues.
Canadian group Every Hour Kills aims to challenge the notion of what we consider to define a “band.” Instead of your standard band format, the musical collective features various members and guest appearances that constantly reshapes the group’s intense progressive sound and futuristic approach.
Prepare to taken on a journey through the murky waters of deathcore brutality with intense French band Hurakan.
When you think of Saudi Arabia, we’re fairly sure that crushing metal music probably isn’t one of the first things that comes to mind. But melodic death metal act Wasted Land are hoping to change all of that.
Australian duo Beleth have crafted a concoction of absolutely filthy riffs, guttural vocals and powerful rythyms in an intense death meets groove metal sound they describe as “dark, catchy and brutal.”
Transport yourself back into the days of 80s thrash and death metal and strap in for an exploration into outer space with Danish/American collective Terminalist.
German death thrash metal band Bloodbeat bring us thrashing aggression through savage death metal riffs and crushing rhythms in a sound they summarize as “raw, old-school and mosh-friendly.”
Like many new music projects, West Coast band Dig The Grave is the product of necessity formed during the pandemic.
Emerging Minneapolis band Cardijum offer up a crushing deathcore meets death metal sound that’s packed with powerful riffs, intense rhythms and savage vocals.
The last year or so has given us a glimpse into the darker sides of human existence, which London newcomers Human Hell address with their chaotic death metal meets deathcore soundtrack for turmoil, suffering, misery and panic.