Dutch rockers Phrasing began life as a cover band playing everything from Metallica and Queen through to Britney Spears and Spice Girls. Thankfully, they got the last two out of their system and branched out into writing their own original material in late 2018.
London band Empty Friend’s approach of “doing things the old way, the hard way,” has fuelled a raw, grungey hard rock sound dominated by big melodic vocals and heavy riffing.
Experience the duality of classic analog rock’n’roll meets hard rock fused with electronic grooves from Indianapolis band Starve The Beast, who describe their sound as “groove, power and grit.”
New Jersey band Harvest Falls refuse to be held back by a set sound or genre labels and intriguingly describe themselves as being inspired by passion, nostalgia and the unpredictable.
The engaging sound of New York hard rock solo artist Alyxx is the perfect release for the hard times we find ourselves in. You’ll want to turn it up loud and sing along with her powerful vocals at the top of your voice.
Brilliantly named Minneapolis band Hot Pink Hangover fuse a wide range of genres from punk and hard rock through to alternative and country, which lead singer Mercy Danger describes as “comical, energetic, and loud.”
Belgian band King’s Rage offer up a hard rock sound with plenty of healthy metal riffing all while retaining a catchy, melodic edge.
California band Treble Down have honed a lively brand of hard rock that you can’t help but shout along to at the top of your lungs.
Having played together in cover bands for years, Buffalo, NY’s Hearts & Hand Grenades’ decision to start making their own music owes much to the Goo Goo Dolls.
We guarantee you’ll instantly be hooked on the super-catchy, hard-hitting rock sound of Canadian quartet Secondhand Habit.
If you like your rock old school and riff heavy then Swiss band Snakedeath are going to be just the ticket with a sound dripping in filthy guitar goodness. The … Continue reading Discover This: Snakedeath
Hard rock trio Stands on Sapphires serve as a reminder that anyone can write, record and publish great music. Roll back a few months ago, the band didn’t even exist, now they have two singles out there for the world to enjoy.