South Wales band Grand Collapse offer up a hard-hitting sound that fuses hardcore punk with thrash metal elements and addresses political and social issues.
Exciting newcomers Cage Fight offer up an aggressive concoction of thrash metal and hardcore punk, which fuses vicious vocals and powerful riffs and rhythms loaded with visceral rage.
In the west end of Toronto, a congealed mess of discordant sound, disparate musical influences and disturbed ramblings is lurking, waiting for its opportunity to corrupt innocent minds. This thrashing punk-laced cut of the rarest hardcore is more commonly known as The Slime.
Nothing quite shakes off the Monday morning blues than a fix of energetic, frenetic, fast-paced hardcore punk. So expect fun, energetic, enthusiastic punk laced with metal influences from the exciting sound of Northwich’s Kicked In The Teeth.
Make the mistake of Googling “Panic Attack! On The Train” and you’ll join us in being put off going within 100 yards of any public transport service again for the rest of your life. However, listening to Norwegian band Panic Attack!’s latest track On The Train is a far more pleasurable experience.
The latest episode of our GigRadio podcast features an interview with exciting electro-rock band Cosmic Ninja and loads of new music from great new British bands.
There’s not many things that we love more than some good, fast-paced hardcore punk and that’s what we get in spades from London’s COPE, who’ve honed a sound that they aptly summarise as “heavy fucking punk.”
The thrilling sound of Norwegian band Oberst is epitomised by drummer Johan Fredrik Bolli’s summary of “proggy metal music, infused with hardcore attitude and post-metal emotion.” In short, there’s a hell of a lot going on, and there’s a hell of a lot to get excited about.
We don’t recall writing about too many bands that have three guitarists but, when one lavishes in such a luxury, it’s only right to expect something pretty darn heavy. And Australian metal-meets-punk-meets-hardcore newcomers DIEFM do not disappoint on this expectation.
Fusing post-hardcore with the catchiness of punk is always going to be a winning combination, and Swedish newcomers Yellow Pages only confirm this assumption.
Canadian rockers Sights & Sounds came into being when frontman Andrew Neufeld switched up playing guitar for Comeback Kid to focus his attention on singing.
Prepare to be blown away by a new force in UK hardcore music that, in their own words, is set to become “a powerhouse that will send shockwaves through the music industry.”