The same week as we recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of the greatest album of all time (Nevermind, obviously), we were introduced to a Manchester band being referred to as “Britain’s answer to Nirvana.” So we knew we had to see what the fuss was all about.
Tennessee rockers Rough Dreams have honed an infectious brand of grunge-infused punk that transports us back to the good old days of the 90s with a little early 2000s emo thrown in for good measure.
In more than five years of running GigRadar, we’ve never previously covered any band from Greece. But exciting Crete rock outfit Prince of Lilies are an impressive way to buck … Continue reading Introducing: Prince of Lilies
Middlesbrough band SWEARS offer up a dark and brooding rock sound fused with elements of grunge, doom and pop, which they describe as “hot n’ heavy.”
Dutch newcomers Rockford offer up a slice of raw, intoxicating grunge rock that sounds like it could have feasibly stepped right out of the genre’s 1990s heyday.
Let us take you on a nostalgic trip back to the early 1990s with the raw, grungy rock sound of Brazilian band Please Use Right Excuses, who describe themselves as “the ones that express feelings, emotions.”
Leeds-based band When They Riot have honed a grungey sound that offers a nod to 90s alternative rock fused with a new, raw flavour.
Out of the midst of a national lockdown a mysterious new beast has emerged in the form of Surrey grunge rockers Dude Safari.
One country we’ve been sadly lacking new bands from is Spain, having not featured a Spanish band in over a year and only five in the four years of running the site. However, we’re putting that right with potentially the best Spanish band we’ve discovered so far in grunge rockers Automatic Kafka.
If a band name could aptly summarise the current events in the world then that would surely be Sadness & Complete Disappointment.
When Djunah frontwoman Donna Diane tells us she simultaneously plays both the guitar and bass, as well as singing, we presumed she was joking. But it turns out to be absolutely 100% true.
Amid a Danish music scene dominated by pop music comes a bright new hope in the form of exciting emerging grunge rock quartet Some Kind Of Liberty.