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.
One of the best – if not the best – things about music is the power it has to change the way you feel, both in the sound of the instrumentals and in the meaning of the lyrics. Glasgow newcomers Bearers are a perfect example of this, and it’s safe to say that their powerful yet engagingly melodic metal sound takes you through a cycle of emotions and feelings.
Glasgow newcomers Quotes of the Dead offer up a diverse rock sound that, if it were a person, would be a candidate for being locked up in a madhouse.
In addition to an exciting alt-rock meets post-rock sound Glasgow’s Atlas : Empire have deepened the intrigue with a concept album focusing on the human race’s growing reliance on technology.
Glasgow rockers Tenements are set to unleash their distinctive 2000s post-hardcore throwback sound upon the world with the launch of their debut EP at the end of this month (31 … Continue reading EP Review: Tenements – What Hasn’t Killed You Is Only Getting Stronger
If you ever find yourself craving a return to the glory days of early 2000s post-hardcore then Glasgow’s Tenements are the band to fill that particular void in your life. … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Tenements
Time for something completely new to us on this Bank Holiday Monday. Fresh out of Glasgow we bring you an intriguing new project that’ll bring noisy trauma to your ears … Continue reading Introducing: The Eagertongue
The first time I checked out Glasgow’s Donnie Willow I was instantly hooked by their fusion of hooky guitar riffs and vocals, and alt-rock meets hardcore sound. Then, having found … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Donnie Willow
This week’s New Band of the Week is something very different to what we’ve covered so far on this site, in the form of Newcastle’s post-punk indie duo Lost On … Continue reading Introducing: Lost On Me
We’ve got something a little bit different for this week’s New Band of the Week in the form of Glasgow’s instrumental progressive rockers Dialects. This is probably the first band … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Dialects
You can’t beat a bit of raw, energetic punk rock and that’s what Glasgow’s Miami Monroe deliver in an abundance – it’s loud, fast, big and hugely entertaining. The five-piece of … Continue reading Introducing: Miami Monroe
London bid a fond farewell to one of the finest rock and metal bands the UK has produced in the last decade as Yashin played their final show in the capital … Continue reading Gig Review: Yashin say farewell to London with The Vigil and With One Last Breath