Canadian trio TEETH offer up a seething cacophony of “unapologetically pissed off noise,” which provides perfect catharsis for the absurd times we currently find ourselves enduring.
Exciting Birmingham band The SchytëHawkës take the heaviness of hardcore and thrash and supplement them with hip-hop vocals.
Belgian band Titans have honed a heavy yet melodic hardcore sound that aims to bring positive reflections on some of the darker aspects of life.
“Unfiltered, Primal, Invigorating.” These are the words that new London band After Smoke Clears use to summarise their sound, swiftly followed by “relentless, energising and unapologetic.” So you’d be right in thinking they offer up something pretty damn heavy.
Get your fix of fast-paced, no frills metal with the deliciously frantic thrash meets hardcore sound of Belgian band Basement Critters.
With the entire world on lockdown amid unprecedented times, we thought we’d try to do our bit to bring some entertainment to your lives. With that in mind, we have a brand new podcast filled with new music from a whole host of exciting new bands.
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.
Having started as an escape from playing cover versions of wide-ranging musical influences, it comes as no surprise that the music of São Paolo band 3 Pipe Problem is pretty diverse. … Continue reading Discover This: 3 Pipe Problem
Expect the unexpected with Arizona band After The Calm, whose fusion of pop-punk, rock and post-hardcore conjures up something different from track to track.
Having come from heavier backgrounds, the four members of Cleveland band Brave Bones have joined up to hone a lively, catchy sound that sits somewhere between hard rock and punk. … Continue reading Discover This: Brave Bones
Belfast trio THVS are purveyors of their very own self-defined genre that they intriguingly describe as “heavy pop.”
The sound of Manchester, New Hampshire, band SEPSISS is deliciously eclectic, fusing big metal guitars, shredding solos and a bit of synth with engaging vocals.