Virginia Beach rockers Dead Friends aren’t ones to pussyfoot around their music with grandiose claims. As they tell us: “We just say ‘rock.’ If people ask us to elaborate we say ‘heavy rock.’ If that’s still not enough, we explain how heavy our rock is.”
Sheffield band Sobriquet have honed a thrilling post-hardcore sound that fuses moments of melody with eccentric, hard-hitting aggression and huge amounts of energy.
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.’
Hull newcomers 99% COBRA pack a venomous bite with their intriguing ‘party metal’ combination of big riffs and angry lyrics. Or, in their words: “Angry music disguised as Oasis.” But, … Continue reading New Band of the Week: 99% COBRA
The number of amazing rock festivals taking place this year is frankly staggering. And one of the best lineups, even in the face of such strong competition, is ArcTanGent Festival … Continue reading ArcTanGent Festival adds 21 bands to stellar line-up
Windsor rockers You Win Again Gravity freely admit they are something ‘a little different to the norm,’ combining technical, almost mathy post-hardcore with heavy rock and delicious melodies. The notion of ‘new … Continue reading New Band of the Week: You Win Again Gravity
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
A few weeks ago we saw punk rockers Our Lives In Cinema open up proceedings for Nightlife in London. We loved their fast-paced, energetic brand of punk, so we thought … Continue reading Introducing: Our Lives in Cinema