Italian band Where Stars Collide have honed a thrilling sound that they intriguingly summarise as being “chaotic in terms of emotions.”
We’re kicking off the weekend with a brutal assault of intense progressive metal that fuses low-tuned guitars, funky melodies, powerful vocals and intriguing lyrics from Sweden’s Limbo.
Prepare to cast aside any preconceptions you might have of what ‘Christian music’ sounds like by exploring Australian Christian metalcore duo A Sight In Veracity.
The Descent of the Archangel sounds like the kind of warning that should have us all locking our doors, sealing the windows and hiding away below ground for as long as possible.
Lincoln newcomers DLVRR summarise their latest single Caution to us as: “An absolute jamboree of cleans, screams, chugs, chords, harmonies and melodies.”
Nokia-based Atlas’ description of their self-monikered brand of ‘Northcore’ as “cold, raw and dark” seems like the perfect place to rectify our lack of focus on Finnish metal
London quartet Khaidian was born out of a vision to meld fury with technology and create something special that would push the boundaries of both metal and electronica to bring the world something different.
We’re starting 2019 with a bang by making Lancaster rockers Passengers our first New Band of the Week of the year
Combining elements of djent and metal with electro, Parisian one-man band Heptaedium has created an eclectic sound that he has interestingly termed “Baguettecore.” The tech-metal project is the brainchild of … Continue reading Introducing: Heptaedium
Brutal metal riffs and poetic vocals may not be the most obvious things to place side by side one another, but that’s exactly what Scottish five-piece Serenity Came Calling are … Continue reading Introducing: Serenity Came Calling
Our New Band of the Week feature has been away for a little while, so to mark its return with a bang it’s time for something awesomely heavy in the … Continue reading New Band of the Week: The Cartographer