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.
The tag of unique is thrown around far too easily not just in music but in all areas of our lives. But in South Auckland’s Shepherds Reign we think we’ve found a band that absolutely fits that moniker.
Telling us that your brand new metal band is “as metal as metal gets” is a surefire way to get our musical antennae to full attention.
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.
Italian symphonic death metal quartet Genus Ordinis Dei are a fascinating proposition, having honed an exciting sound that fuses heavy metal with more delicate, often haunting orchestral instrumentals. Furthermore, their … Continue reading Introducing: Genus Ordinis Dei
When Xyhon describe their music to us as “heavy, dirty and chuggy,” we’re instantly hooked. The Milton Keynes heavy metal newcomers like to mix things up, but one common theme … Continue reading Introducing: Xyhon
French metal isn’t a genre we’ve delved too far into, but if Parisian metalcore quintet DVWKINS are anything to go by then perhaps we all really should. The five-piece have … Continue reading Introducing: DVWKINS
There’s not many things I love more than an awesome Scandinavian rock band, so it brings me great pleasure to introduce Sweden’s Orbit Culture. The quartet of Niklas Karlsson (guitar … Continue reading Introducing: Orbit Culture