As far as eye-catching band names go, Broken Girls From Affluent Backgrounds is right up there with our favourites. And our intrigue was only deepened by the first words out of their mouths being “We’re the four horsemen of the sonic apocalypse – bringing beautiful chaos to the musical landscape.”
Satisfy your urge for riff-driven guitar music with the heavy rock meets alternative metal sound of brand new San Francisco trio intentiontremor..
Having eased people into their alternative-rock meets metal sound with their debut EP, Merseyside/Chesire rockers Salt Hill have ripped the lid off their experimental edge with their superb new single Summit.
Tip-toeing along the tightrope between hard rock and metal, Hartford, CT, newcomers Avaunt have made a strong impression with their first two singles.
We’re going to chance our arm here and guess that you’ve not heard of too many German punk-rock bands, and almost certainly none as good as Munich five-piece Things That Need To Be Fixed.
If you’ve been pining after a bit of classic 2000s pop-punk in your life then New York City quartet All In Due Time are here to fill the void.
Manchester newcomers House of Wolvxs have honed a catchy alternative rock sound that fuses beautifully cathartic vocals with big riffs and delicious melodies.
Manchester’s Kaiber Koi are far from your run-of-the-mill progressive metal band, promising an ethos of ‘breaking down the boundaries that lie between the generic and oversaturated.’
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.
HARMED fuse brutally heavy, low-tuned guitar riffs with furiously savage vocals in their wild and wonderful hardcore sound, which they describe as “angry, chaotic, noisy” – and who are we to disagree.
What better way to kick off your Monday morning than with the ‘return’ of Nu-Metal. Meet Bristol newcomers Profiler
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